Like all sports betting, cricket is a game of percentages. Favourites are favourites for a reason: because bookmakers are pretty sure they’ll win. Likewise, underdogs are not statistically likely to come out on top, so they get longer odds. Betting sites can afford the risk, as those bets are almost guaranteed not to win. Sometimes, however, an underdog will pull off a glorious upset. This leaves bookies glum but delights lucky punters.
Let’s discuss cricket formats. Cricket is one of the west’s oldest sports. Quintessentially English, it is known as a gentleman’s game and progresses at a leisurely pace over a number of days with tea breaks and big white floppy hats. Not anymore, however. Cricket, like many other things, has been radically modernised to fit in with our current need for fast, immediate action. Enter the T20 format T20 Cricket – Today’s Answer to Long, Boring Matches T20 cricket is basically a whole cricket match condensed into an afternoon. Each team has only 20 overs in which to score as many… Read more >