Decent cricket betting sites should provide a good wide range and scope of helpful information.
This should include information on depositing from various countries, which bookmakers offer value, and bookmakers offering money back specials.
Best Cricket Betting Sites
Cricket Betting Tips
- Melbourne Stars Vs Sydney Sixers Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview
- Melbourne Renegades Vs Hobart Hurricanes Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview
- Brisbane Heat Vs Perth Scorchers Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview
More free tips like these can be found on our Cricket Betting Tips page.
If you like trading cricket, you may wish to get yourself a Betfair account.
Betfair offers punters two cricket betting options, you can just bet on cricket in the conventional way using their Sportsbook (like the other bookmakers), or you can use their Betting Exchange for trading cricket.
One Betfair login works for both the Sportsbook and Betting Exchange. If you just like betting on cricket in the conventional method, you can also do this using their Sportsbook.
I find that the Betting Exchange has far more markets available to bet on than the Sportsbook. Which gives you more options if you like betting on more obscure cricket betting markets.
Using E-Wallets for Cricket Betting
With an e-wallet you can just simply deposit Indian or Pakistani Rupees (for example) into an account. And then convert the money to the relevant currency you are looking to open the betting account with.
Best websites for Cricket Stats
Before you place any bets on cricket, you may wish to do some homework by checking statistics. It can be handy to check statistics so you can give yourself an idea of how a particular with might play.
For example you may wish to place a bet on a spin bowler to be top bowler. So you could check the recent history of matches played on that ground to establish if a lot of wickets have been taken by spinners there.
A good site I use for checking statistics like these is Cricinfo. They have an archive selection of all international matches played, with full results. Allowing you to see who took what wickets on what grounds, etc.
You can then click on the player’s name who took the wickets to see what type of bowler he is, seam bowler, or spinner, etc.
Cricinfo is also handy for following live scores. As they have (written) commentary of all major international matches as they are played.