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Welcome to Cricket Betting Blog, where it is our aim is to give you all information, help, and tips required to make betting on cricket, and cricket trading, as easy as possible for you.

We have help and advice on selecting the right bookmakers, betting exchanges, currencies, and depositing methods, etc.

Cricket Betting

Cricket now commands massive world wide TV audiences, meaning more and more people want to place bets on the sport.

As a result, there are now dozens of bookmakers vying for our custom.

We will only recommend bookmakers that give punters who like to bet on cricket good value for money.

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Cricket Betting In India

For fans of cricket in India looking to bet online will be pleased to know we have plenty of information on the best cricket betting sites who accept Rupees.

We also have information on how to use bookmakers who don’t accept Rupees, with information on e-wallets, etc.

This is particularly helpful if you are looking to open accounts with most European bookmakers, where the majority don’t accept Rupees.

Cricket Betting In UK

Cricket Betting In Australia

Australia has their own selection of bookmakers to choose from, meaning you don’t have issues with currencies, etc.

Cricket Spread Betting

If cricket spread betting is your preference, then our cricket spread betting page has all the information you need.

The main spread betting company in the UK is Sporting Index, you can visit their website below and check out their latest new customers offer…….

Cricket Spread Betting
Sporting Index are one of the UK’s best Cricket spread betting sites

Cricket Trading

Trading cricket on the exchanges is also a very popular method used by both traders and gamblers alike. There are numerous trading exchanges around, such as Smarkets, Betdaq, and Betfair.

At the moment we would recommend going with Betfair, as they have the most liquidity across their markets, making it far easier to get your bets matched.

Betfair Exchange
Risk Free £20 – New customers only, bet up to £20 on the Exchange and if your first bet loses, we’ll refund you £20 in cash. Bet must be placed in first 7 days of account opening. T&C’s apply.

Cricket Free Bets & Money Back Specials

During huge betting events such as the World T20, ICC Cricket World Cup, or the IPL, etc, there are plenty of money back special offers.

These offers come in all sorts of forms. Recent examples have seen bookmakers such as Paddy Power offering your money back as a free bet, if you back a team to win, and they score over 175 (in a T20), and still lose.

While they are not get rich quick from betting schemes, they are handy, and certainly worth keeping an eye out for. Using these offers gives you a third possible outcome.

Instead of just win or lose, you are looking at three possible outcomes, win, lose, or money back.

Betting on cricket is huge, and so are cricket tips and predictions. Here we will bring you cricket tips, and point you in the direction of good tipsters, and good tipping sites.

We will also bring you our own cricket betting tips in our regular blog posts.

Betfair Cricket Trading

One of our favourite betting tools here is trading matches before they start on the Betfair Betting Exchange.

It’s quite easy to trade price movements on any international cricket match. Whether it be Test, ODI, or T20, pre match, the price movements available are incredible.

This also applies to the majority of the franchise and domestic T20 league around the world. Especially the Indian Premier League (IPL), Big Bash League (BBL), the T20 Blast, and women’s T20 leagues.

The opportunities are endless here, and with upwards of 50 matches played in some T20 leagues, just a small amount of profit a match can soon add up. We firmly believe that this is the best way forward.

Ashes Betting

One of the most popular series is the Ashes, contested biannually between old foes England and Australia.

The series is played over 5 Test matches, and alternates between the two countries. It is one of the most eagerly awaited sporting events in the calendars of both nations.

The Urn (metaphorically) currently resides with the Australians, having retained it after drawing the latest series 2-2 in England, back in 2019.

Ashes Urn
The 2 Teams will be play for the Ashes Urn

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