Cricket betting tips
The Cricket betting tips, cricket circus arrives in Adelaide on Thursday, when England and Australia begin a three-match One-Day International series – Richard Mann previews the action.
One suspects that there were a few sore heads in the England camp on Monday, following their T20 World Cup final victory over Pakistan at the MCG the day before, and that this could have a significant impact on the outcome of the three-match ODI series with Australia, which begins on Thursday morning in Adelaide at the Cricket betting tips.
England have been the standard in white-ball cricket for some years now, as Aaron Finch noted after the T20 World Cup final, and other else being equal, I’d anticipate them to be too strong for Australia at the Cricket betting tips.
The oddsmakers disagree, with the hosts around the 4/6 mark to win the series – maybe with an England hangover in mind. I wouldn’t be shocked if England loses on Thursday but wins the series at the Cricket betting tips.
Head and Billings are interesting
For the time being the Cricket betting tips, the side and specials markets are more interesting, and I’m sure there will be many of bettors eager to support both sides to score huge runs in Adelaide, even if 300+ is just 11/4 with Sky Bet. Adelaide might be a fantastic place to run. We witnessed this when England cruised to a 169-run victory over India in the T20 World Cup semi-finals, with the genuine character of the pitch and short square boundaries both enticing batters.
In terms of readiness, I’m wary about England in this match, while Dawid Malan’s health and Jason Roy’s form are other unknowns at this point. TRAVIS HEAD, on the other hand, justifies major attention in the top Australia batsman market, having been granted first shoot at replacing the recently retiring Finch at the top of the order.
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Prices around 7/2 are reasonable, however sharing bets with Head to be top match batsman at 15/2 also makes sense, particularly if England fails to fire as they attempt to re-establish themselves following Sunday’s victory at the Cricket betting tips. For England, don’t overlook Sam Billings, who has a decent record in this format and would have played a lot more international cricket if England’s white-ball batting stocks weren’t so deep.
Billings has enough of experience playing in these circumstances in the Big Bash, so he should be OK on that front. Keep an eye out for team announcements and likely batting orders as game day approaches. For the time being, I’ll stay with Head to make home advantage count in a game that England could definitely do without.