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5-9th January 2022, 4th Ashes Test Betting Tips – Australia vs England 2021/22. This is the fourth of the five match Test series. Here we bring you all the latest cricket betting info, along with our Aus vs Eng betting tips and who we think will win in our match prediction.
Australia vs England 4th Test Match Betting Odds
- 10Cric >>AUS @ 3.80 – DRAW @ 1.42 – ENG @ 15.00
- Casumo >>> AUS @ 3.60 – DRAW @ 1.42 – ENG @ 13.00
- Betfair >>> AUS @ 3.50 – DRAW @ 1.40 – ENG @ 13.00
Australia vs England – 4th Ashes Test Match Summary
- Test Match
- AUS vs ENG 4th Test Venue – SCG, Sydney, Australia
- Date – 5th-9th January 2022
- Time – 11.00am (Local) – 11.30pm (4th Jan) UK
The 2021/22 Ashes series takes place from 8th December 2021, to 18th January 2022.
Australia are the current holders of the Urn. The Aussies retained the trophy by drawing (2-2) the 2019 series held in England.
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Australia vs England 4th Ashes Test Betting Tips 2022
The Aussies have already won the series after they destroyed England inside 3 days at the MCG in the Boxing Day Test match.
There are still points in the World Test Championship to play for, and the Aussies will also be keen to inflict a 5-0 whitewash on the old enemy.
Aus v Eng Who Will Win?
Even though rain is forecast for the majority of the 5 days and the surface is expected to be flat, I can’t see any value in backing the draw at odds on.
England are a hopeless mess at the moment, and if the ball is doing a bit when they do get some play in, I suspect the tourists batting will crumble yet again.
At odds of 5/2 to win the Test match, the value has to be on an Aussie win.