Cricket Betting - Live tips & guide



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Cricket Betting - Live tips & guide

What is live cricket betting?

Live cricket betting is placing bets on cricket once the match has started. These are bets placed while the match is being played. This is sometimes referred to as “In play cricket betting”.

Cricket is well covered by the betting sites and one of the most popular ways to place bets is whilst the games and matches are being played live. This is referred to as in-play cricket betting or live betting. The bookmakers offer betting markets in real-time, so as the action unfolds the odds and ways to bet follow.

Get to know the game

If you are a cricket fan looking to place any sort of bet, we recommend that you start to follow the game closely. To increase your chances of placing successful bets, it goes without saying that the more knowledge a punter has on cricket the better the value can be found on the markets that are offered.

Within live betting watching the match is essential, or at least keeping up with the action. This means we can see how the game is going and be accordingly using our knowledge.

The larger events have more options. If you are wathing the IPL you ill find the most options. If you wer watching a game from New Zelands Super Smash then there may only be 3 or 4 markets live. 

Stick to the major events like the IPL

Once the tournament starts the bookmakers that offer IPL betting markets will update to include in-play markets. This will be available as soon as the first ball is bowled. 

Live betting will cover all of the matches from the roll of the bat, the final ball of the match. With the pace of the IPL, you will need to be quick and ready to bet! 

Live betting on cricket, in India, is also available for many of the biggest and best cricket tournaments from around the world, including the Big Bash in Australia, the T20 Blast in England as well as test matches, the Ashes and many of the ODI’s we all love to watch. All India’s international matches will have this form of betting available too. 

Remember odds move

Due to the nature of cricket matches, especially T20s, the odds will change on every ball depending on what happens. Runs will be scored, wickets will fall, catches will be made and boundaries will be reached. As this happens the betting markets will follow to run alongside the live game. This means that the odds on offer will change.

They will sometimes increase sharply and then fall away again. Understanding this will allow you; the punter, to judge where the best value is. Before placing your first bet it is a good idea to watch the odds o a couple of matches from your betting account in order to gain an understanding of what is happening and how this changes the odds.