CricketDiaries.com is a website on Cricket Betting Tips, Previews & Predictions.
Cricket tipping & betting is often a hobby for many and till it remains a hobby, it’s a fun thing. CricketDiaries.com is a cricket website that gives out cricket tips and allows users to give their own tips for domestic and international cricket series and tournaments.
While at CricketDiaries we think the best market to bet on is the Outright Match winner or even a top batsman/top bowler for a game or for a series, there are other, less-heard of markets you can look to try as well. You can, as users of this website, also comment with your cricket tips for any of the markets you want to.
Test Cricket is the epitome of cricket as a sport and the toughest form of the game. It also gives a lot of opportunities to bet and try and rake in the moolah if you know your sport thanks to the often changing fortunes of a team during the Test match. The Ashes are the biggest series played between Australia and England while other series like Australia-South Africa Tests, England-South Africa Tests and India-Australia Tests have also attracted a lot of eyeballs.
ODI cricket, a format that has been in existence for more than four decades, also gives a few opportunities but the worry for a lot of purists is that it could cease to remain in existence thanks to the largely changing needs of the cricket-feeding fans. That said, World Cup cricket, Champions Trophy and Asia Cup are still some of the hugely followed tournaments in the cricketing world.
With the advent of Twenty20 International Cricket, things have become tougher for the other formats but it has also allowed punters a gamut of markets to put their bucks on. The 2007 World T20 kick-started a revolution and that has not only resulted in a lot of following for the international version of the Twenty20 format but also the domestic one.
While England were at the forefront of the T20 revolution with their own domestic T20 tournament way back in 2003 with the Twenty20 Cup – what is now known as the NatWest T20 Blast – it did not take too long for others to pick up the gauntlet and leave England behind.
The Indian Premier League has become the world’s biggest T20 tournament by a distance and the likes of the Big Bash League, Caribbean Premier League and now even the Pakistan Super League are threatening to change the landscape of the game of cricket. England are busy contemplating their own inter-city T20 tournament which will run in parallel with the NatWest T20 Blast but it might take its own time before it kick-starts.
Some of the other T20 tournaments include the Ram Slam T20, McDonald’s Super Smash T20, Bangladesh Premier League and the now-defunct Sri Lanka Premier League to go with the international Champions League T20 which was suspended after a few unsuccessful years.
Get the latest odds for all the cricket happening around the world on this site.
Copyright © 2016 | MH Magazine WordPress Theme by MH Themes