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Twenty20 World Cup Betting Odds

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Best Bookmaker For Betting On ICC World Twenty20

With the greatest talents in the shortest format of cricket coming together for a battle to be named the number one side in the world, there is no shortage of bookmakers that offer a huge range of markets on every single game in the tournament. With so much choice it can often be difficult to know which bookmaker you should go with.

However, we here at Bettingpro do not only offer you tips on what bets to make in the tournament, we also have in-depth reviews which will give you all the information you need before choosing which bookie you should go with.

Is there an incentive to sign up at the website - ie. free bets, risk-free bets etc? Are their odds competitive? Do they offer much variety in the way of markets? Can I bet In-Play? What special promotions can I use to insure my bet or boost my pay-out if it is a winner? What standard of customer service can I expect?

All of those questions, and more, are answered in our reviews that you can access HERE.

Free Bet And Sign-Up Offers

The sign-up incentive has become a staple of the betting industry with bookmakers now offering new customers the chance to claim free bets, risk-free bets and more when they register for a new online account.

But what offers are available to you right now? Below is's favourite bookmaker welcome offers at this time...

What is the Twenty20 World Cup?

The second edition of the ICC World T20 will be played in England from the 5th of June. The format is exciting, fast-paced and there is always an element of surprise; there are no real favourites in this game.
India will defend its title and has the team to pull it off  again, the only difference is that this time around they will not be the underdogs. The major issue is that most Indian players may face is fatigue due to constant travel and cricket. Runners-up in the 2007 version, Pakistan will be grateful to be finally playing some cricket, after security issues had cut short their home games to next to nothing.
Australia is never a team that can be discounted, but the T20 hasn't quite been their favourite format yet, while New Zealand could upset a few ap

How To Bet On T20 Match Betting Markets

Betting on any form of cricket has never been easier with the mass array of market that are available to potentially make a profit on. 

Bettingpro offers Cricket betting tips for all manner of games from Twenty20 matches to Test Matches and, of course, the World Cup, and the following markets are prominent in our previews:

Match Winner

This market is the most straight-forward one in the game. If England are playing Pakistan in a Test Series, you can bet on either England to win the match, Pakistan to win the match, or for the match to end in a draw. If you are to back the result you think will happen, you will get better odds if you put money on, for example, England earlier. Whereas if money is put on with England 400/2 at the start of the second day, the odds will not be as attractive. Equally, you may be watching Pakistan teetering on 160/5 at Tea on the final day needing to bat out the final season to survive, which will then offer good value if you back a draw.

Man of the Match

In this market, you will look to back the player you think will be man of the match. Perhaps you have watched Joe Root hit five consecutive centuries on the County circuit, meaning he is in good form and a good bet to shine in the game, while you could also back Hashim Amla to emerge from a slump to dominate the match with the bat. The beauty of In-Play betting is that you can wait to see how your tip does in the opening few overs before placing your bet. While you may holding off on your bet for 20 minutes may only validate you gut feeling on Root, it may also saving you losing money on the batsman if he is skittled for a Golden Duck. 

To Win the Toss

This isn't really one that you can study the form book for, although some people are superstitious when it comes to certain captains trying to call the coin toss. As the market itself alludes to, this is as simple as calling which team will win the toss on the day. 

Highest First 15 Overs

This market is one that can often be very difficult to call due to the nature of the game. The first 15 overs consists of 90 balls, and this market lets you bet on which team will score the most runs in that time. However, backing South Africa to out-score Pakistan in the first 15 overs may be a good idea on paper, but if the Proteas lose three wickets inside the first five overs, they will then have to look and consolidating their position and re-building, which could see just 50 runs scored in that time.

Top Team Batsman

Here you will back which batsman from a certain team will top score, it is as simple as that. If New Zealand are playing India, but you are not sure whether New Zealand's Kane Williamson will outscore India's Virat Kohli, you can instead back Williamson to top score for New Zealand. This market may see the odds of your pick shorten, but it means he only has to outscore 10 other teammates, rather than 21 other players.

Top Batsman

So backing Buttler to top score for England in the game isn't quite offering good enough odds for you? Well, you can invariably see those odds stretch by backing him to be the top scorer on either side. This market brings added risk as if Buttler top scores with 20 as England collapse to 95 all out, then you could see the opposition's openers easily cruise past his score to the win.

Highest Opening Partnership

Here, you will back the opening batsman that you think will score the most runs for either side. You may feel that Pakistan's openers have the edge over Sri Lanka's and you would therefore back their openers to outscore their counterparts. 

First Wicket Method 

This is a market in which you need some real knowledge, and a lot of luck! The available options for how the first wickets will fall are caught, bowled, LBW (Leg Before Wicket), run out, stumped and others. With so many options you are best to do some research on the bowlers for the side you are backing. For example, you may feel that Stuart Broad will get a lot of joy when it comes to swinging the ball away from the batsman, therefore, backing the first wicket to fall as 'caught' would make sense. Although, sometimes batsmen can have moments of utter madness, with a lack of communication seeing them run out, which means all of your careful research was for nought. That's where the element of luck comes in. 

Total 6's

This is a market I would say is best utilised in the  limited overs format of cricket. You simply bet on how may 6's will be scored in the game. You will usually be given an option such as 'under 7.5' or 'over 7.5' so, simply put, you bet on whether you think there will be more or less that 7.5 6's.

ICC World Twenty20

2007South Africa India 
157/5 (20 overs)
India won by 5 runs Pakistan 
152 (19.4 overs)
139/2 (18.4 overs)
Pakistan won by 8 wickets Sri Lanka 
138/6 (20 overs)
2010West IndiesEngland
148/3 (17 overs)
England won by 7 wickets Australia 
147/6 (20 overs)
2012Sri Lanka West Indies
137/6 (20 overs)
West Indies won by 36 runs Sri Lanka 
101 (18.4)
2014BangladeshSri Lanka 
134/4 (17.5 overs)
Sri Lanka win by 6 wickets India 
130/4 (20 overs)
2106IndiaWest Indies 
161/6 (19.4 overs)
West Indies won by 4 wickets England
155/9 (20 overs) 

ICC Twenty20 Cricket Rankings

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

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