Get the lowdown on some of the most interesting stakes you can place in Cricket games. If you’re new to the whole thing, take time to work through this whole list and you may find something that’s a perfect fit, and it’s even worth a shot if you’re more experienced, since we may cover something you’ve missed.
The Man of the Match
This bet can also be adapted to fit Player of the Series and works because it’s a common event, singling out one of the players for special notice thanks to their excellent performance.
These two wagers allow you to choose who you think will earn the title and are usually only possible in major markets.
The Method of Dismissal
This stake is great for live betting. You try to predict how a batsman in the crease will end up being discharged. The most common potential outcomes include getting bowled out, caught, LBW, run out, or stumped. Simply choose the one you think is most likely to occur and hold thumbs you’re right!
The Most Run Outs
This is another fantastically uncomplicated Cricket bet. Here you will need to decide which of the two teams taking part will have the most run outs in the match or the series.
For this type of Cricket stake, you will be laying money on whether or not the total runs a team scores for a match will be an odd number or an even one. Bear in mind that a score of 0 is considered an even number. Thanks to their being only two possible outcomes, and a 50/50 chance for each to happen, it’s a great bet to begin with if you’re still gaining some experience with wagering online.
The Series Score
Another option when you’re wagering on a Cricket series is staking on what the exact score will be when it comes to an end. The options from the bookmaker will be around how many matches each team will win in the series, so just choose which one you think will most likely be the result and wait to see if you’re right.
The Toss Combination
This wager is popular with bettors that enjoy the thrill of the Win Toss stake. For this one, you will begin by selecting which team you think will win the coin toss. Then there is the second component to decide, namely who you think the squad will select to bat or bowl first. To win this bet you need to choose both sections of the combination correctly.
The Win Toss
For a Cricket wager that isn’t tied to the performance of any participating players or team, the Win Toss comes up trumps. This stake is a great option when you’re dealing with a game that is very evenly matched. All you need to do is choose which of the two teams you think will win the coin toss at the beginning of the game. It’s a great way to literally bet on a coin flip!