Ashes Series Correct Score Betting

Ashes Series Correct Score Betting

For those not familiar with cricket betting, the Ashes is a Test series played every two years between Australia and England, that is always played over the best of 5 Test matches.

Ashes series correct score betting could see the series result being anything from a rain effected 0-0 drawn series, to a 5-0 whitewash to one side (usually Australia).

Not only can the result depend on the strengths and/or weaknesses of the two teams, it can also depend on the conditions and weather.

With the Ashes being such a long drawn out series (the 5 Test matches generally last about 7 weeks), there is always the possibility of weather playing its part, and a drawn Test match (or more) sneaking into the scoreline – especially when the biennial series is held in England.

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2015 Ashes Series Correct Score Betting

The last Ashes in Australia back in 2013/14, resulted in no draws and a 5-0 whitewash for Australia.

The 2015 series in England currently sees a 3-1 or 4-0 win for Australia, and a 2-2 drawn series, as the three favourites in the Correct Score Betting markets. All three of these are a best price of 7/1 with Paddy Power (you can open a Paddy Power account here and claim £30.00 in free bets).

Other popular results on the 2015 Ashes series, sees an Australia 5-0 whitewash coming in at 11/1 with Stan James, and a 4-1 win for Australia is 12/1 with bet365 (£200 welcome bonus here)

The shortest price on an English victory this summer is 16/1 on a 2-1 scoreline. You can pretty much name your price on any other England series win.