Cricket betting in different matches and tournaments[ 31.08.16 ]
Cricket is a team sport where each of the two competing teams is attempting to score as may runs as possible and beat the opponent.
Bettors can choose among multiple cricket events – both local and international – that are taking place worldwide. The major cricket competitions include the ICC World Cup, the ICC Champions Trophy (international cricket competition, second important after the World Cricket Championship), the Ashes (cricket series played between the best teams of England and Australia), and a number of other interesting sports events you can bet online on.
Cricket betting on test matches
All bets placed on a test cricket match are considered void if the total number of overs completed during the game is less than 20. This rule does not apply to bets whose results are already known despite an insufficient number of overs.
Cricket betting in limited overs matches
All bet types ‘Highest 10 over Total’ and ‘Opening Partnership’ are cancelled if the Duckworth–Lewis method is used to calculate the score of an interrupted cricket match.
Furthermore, all bets ‘Highest 10 over Total’ and ‘Opening Partnership’ are considered void if the market cannot be identified.
All other cricket bets are calculated by using the Duckworth–Lewis method.
If additional overs are scheduled for another day, then all bets placed 45 minutes before the game on the 1st day will be cancelled. This does not apply to bets whose results can be identified without additional overs.
Bowler cricket betting
All ‘Best Bowler’ bets are cancelled if your selected cricket player has not been included in the starting lineup or been appointed a reserve player.
For all ‘Individual Batsman Runs’ bets to be considered valid, at least one ball must be bowled during the game. If your selected cricket player leaves the game and fails to return to the field till their turn to deliver, all bets placed on such a player remain valid.
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