Welcome To Cricket Betting Blog
Welcome to Cricket Betting Blog, the home of cricket betting, where the aim is to give you all information, help, and tips required to make betting on cricket as easy as is possible, with help about bookmakers, currencies, and depositing methods, etc.
With Cricket now commanding massive world wide TV audiences, Online and Mobile cricket betting is also becoming huge and there are now dozens of bookmakers vying for our custom.
Here at Cricket Betting Blog we will only recommend bookmakers that give cricket betting punters good value for money. Here is our list of recommended bookmakers…….
Cricket Spread Betting
For example, if your preference is Cricket Spread Betting, you will need a Spread Betting firm like Sporting Index. If you are a trader, then Betfair have a betting exchange that is very popular with cricket traders from all around the world.
Paddy Power have regular money back specials on Top Batsman and Top Bowler bets on all the major cricket betting events. While the likes of 10Bet, Betfair, and 888Sport offer a wide range of cricket betting markets, and also have excellent sign up offers.
If you are betting on cricket in Australia, we have a dedicated page for Australian Bookmakers to help you. Australia has their own selection of bookmakers to choose from, meaning you don’t have issues with currencies, etc.
While if you are in India, and looking to do some online betting on cricket, you will be pleased to know we have plenty of information on e-wallets, which is helpful if you are looking to open accounts with bookmakers, who don’t have Rupees as an accepted currency – which is pretty much all of the European based bookmakers.
Not everybody’s needs are suited by one bookmaker, which is why we have a variation of the best cricket betting sites to choose from.
Once you have selected your bookmaker to bet on cricket, you are ready to go. And just to shove that all your cricket betting needs are catered for here, we are even linking to a list of all upcoming International cricket fixtures here.
Depositing To Bookmakers
Depending on what country you live in, depositing to bookmakers can vary from being very simple, to being very complicated. If you live in the same country, and use the same currency as the bookmaker, it is generally a fairly simple process.
For example, most of the bookmakers listed on here are UK based, and trade in Sterling and Euros. So if you live in the UK or Republic of Ireland, and certain parts of Europe, it’s a fairly straight forward process.
Bookmakers don’t always cater for differing currencies though. The best way around the currency problem is to use an e-wallet. Using an e-wallet allows you to deposit money in your own currency, and then automatically exchange it for the desired currency you require.
So for example, if you live in Japan, and use the Japanese Yen, and you wish to deposit to a bookmakers that uses Sterling in the UK, then you would simply deposit an amount of Japanese Yen, into your e-wallet, and then that exchange that to UK Pounds Sterling within your e-wallet, and then deposit it into your UK bookmakers account.
Online Cricket Betting
Online cricket betting has been growing for years, and there are now loads of different bookmakers to choose from to bet on cricket with. They offer markets on just about everything, including top run scorers, most sixes, completed match, etc. You can also bet pre match or in-running, or on Test matches, ODIs, T20s, almost anything.
Mobile Cricket Betting
Betting on cricket by mobile or tablet has just exploded over the past few years, and any bookmaker not mobile enabled will be left behind. As a result, the bookmakers have all made their sites mobile friendly, with most offering you the chance to bet on their mobile website, or to download their app and use that instead. The choice is yours, it is whatever your preference is.
As a result of this, Cricket Betting Blog is also now mobile enabled. Meaning you can find all the resources you need to bet on cricket on this website, both online and on your mobile device.