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Latest T20 Predictions & Betting Tips

India vs West Indies (2nd T20, Tuesday, 13:30 GMT)

India and the West Indies meet for the second T20 of their three-match series with the home side looking to continue their impressive run of form against their struggling opponents. Backing India and their players is the way to go in this one after the side won the Test series 2-0, before clinching the five match ODI series 3-1. Currently 1-0 up in the T20 clashes, India look in inspired form and with the West Indies on an awful run recently, we are backing India’s Rohit Sharma, who notched two hundreds in the ODI series, top top score, especially with Virat Kohli not playing. Against a weak West Indies bowling attack, runs are very much on offer in this one.

Pakistan vs New Zealand (1st ODI, Wednesday, 11:30 GMT)

Pakistan absolutely dominated New Zealand in their three T20’s as they clinched a 3-0 series whitewash over their opponents. All of the games bar the final match were close, and it is credit to Pakistan that they have been able to beat their opponents, who are highly thought of in the cricketing world, without a defeat. With the series defeat in mind, backing Pakistan offers no value, while New Zealand’s dented confidence could see them slump to yet another defeat. Therefore, we are instead recommending utilising the top batsman market for New Zealand. Captain Kane Williamson is one of the best batsman in the world right now, and he excels in the shorter format of the game. Scores of 37 and 60 in the last two T20’s shows he comes into this one in good form, and we feel he will lead from the front yet again.

Australia vs South Africa (2nd ODI, Friday, 03:50 GMT)

South Africa hammered Australia in the first ODI as the two great cricketing nations showed that there is currently a huge gulf in class between them. Without the likes of Steve Smith and David Warner, Australia have struggled, with by far and away their two best batsmen banned from playing for the side. South Africa on the other hand continue to grow as they easily chased down Australia’s paltry 152 within 30 overs. With the form of the two in mind, which recently saw Australia lose 3-0 to Pakistan in conjunction with South Africa beating Zimbabwe 2-0, along with the ease of their last win, we feel backing South Africa is the way to go in this one. 

Match Winner - South Africa - odds to come

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What Is T20 (Twenty20) Cricket?

T20 cricket is the most explosive and exciting form of the game, with matches short and sweet. The format sees both teams given a maximum of 2 overs (120 balls) to bat, and 20 overs to bowl. With so little time out in the middle, batsmen are rarely given the chance to take a few overs to get their eye in, which culminates in big shots, cartwheeling wickets, and outrageous catches. While Test and ODI cricket have its merits, T20 games are the most exciting.

Many of the most exciting and watched tournaments in the game are played in the T20 format, with the IPL (Indian Premier League) perhaps the biggest club competition, drawing in the best players and huge crowds both in the stadium and at home. 

This excitement can be enhanced when in conjunction with placing some bets on the game, with the pre-match and In-Play options massive. 

T20 Match Betting Tips

There are so many potential markets that can be used when it comes to betting on T20 internationals. This glut of markets can make it quite confusing to know where you should be looking at what the markets offer, but we here at Bettingpro provide a guide to each of the markets that appear most in our Cricket and T20 previews.

Match Winner 

The easiest market to understand. You will simply back the team you think will win, or if the match will end in a draw. This market can offer good value if it is a game the bookmakers perceive to be a close run thing, with both sides evenly matched, while there will be little value in backing the overwhelming favourites to come through against a side that supposedly has no chance. 

Top Team Batsman and Top Team Bowler

While these are two separate markets, they work under the same basic idea. For both markets you simply back the batsman or bowler from one of the teams to outplay their teammates. This market tends to offer good value even on the players most likely to score the most runs or take the most wickets, meaning it can provide a decent pay-out.

Highest Opening Partnership

This market will see you back which of the two opening partnerships you think will top score in the game. It is always worth taking a look at the openers though, as some are specialists in simply getting their team going with a quick-fire 30 before being dismissed, while others look to get in and stay in, scoring runs quickly but taking fewer risks.

Top Batsman

Like the Team Top Batsman market, but with a lot more danger. The Top Batsman market allows you to get more attractive odds on the batsman you think will top score, but this is because he must out-score his own teammates and the opposition too. Therefore, if Jos Buttler scores 63, more than his teammates, but Virat Kohli notches 71, then you would lose your stake. 

Highest First 6 Overs

In Test Cricket this is a market that will generally see only a few runs between the two sides, with the pace of the game far slower. In T20 cricket this can also be the case with the two sides very close in the scoring, but they will have scored a lot more runs in that time as it is more than a quarter of their entire innings. If you are backing a team with explosive player in the top order to outscore their opponents you should be careful, as many a player has been stung by trying to go big too early, seeing their wicket tumble, and forcing their team to go on the defensive for a while, thus seeing the runs dry up.

Man Of The Match 

This market allows you to bet on who you think will win the Man of the Match award. This could be given to a batsman that scores a huge century, a bowler that takes a five-for, or for an all-rounder that takes three wickets and scores 60 runs. With so many potential winners in this market, a bit of luck is vital.

First Wicket Method

With the batsman looking to go big from the off, wickets are usually something that fall regularly. The First Wicket Method market lets you bet on how it will fall, be it bowled, caught, stumped, run-out, LBW or caught. 

ICC Twenty20 Cricket Rankings

5New Zealand116
6South Africa 110
7West Indies106
9Sri Lanka 88

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