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Cricket betting odds at Coral
Cricket is played primarily across three different formats which means there is plenty of variety to suit all sporting tastes and cricket betting needs.
Whether you prefer Test matches, One Day Internationals (ODIs) or Twenty20 (T20) games, cricket offers plenty of variety to suit all sporting tastes.
Test matches are the longest, lasting up to five days, while ODIs and T20s have limited overs per side, with each team batting a maximum of 50 overs in ODIs and 20 each in T20s.
At Coral, you can find some of the best cricket odds on every format and every tournament.
Whether you want to bet on the score after a number of overs, the number of boundaries scored by a player or team, the top wicket taker in each innings or how each batsman will be dismissed, you’ll never be stumped with our comprehensive range of pre-match and In-Play markets.
Which competitions do we cover in our cricket odds?
The inaugural World Test Championship final, held in England in June 2021, saw New Zealand triumph over India and there is always plenty of action to look forward to across all three formats.
If you fancy making your pick, you can have your say on the run scorers, wicket takers, match winners, trophy lifters and more.
Cricket is played in various parts of the globe so there are always online cricket betting opportunities, whether the action is taking place in the UK, Asia, South Africa, Australia or the Caribbean.
On the international stage, the Cricket World Cup and the T20 World Cup attract plenty of interest while arguably the highlight of the Test calendar is the Ashes as England and Australia renew their famous rivalry.
Don’t forget domestic tournaments too.
The Indian Premier League (IPL) is the biggest of the lot while competitions such as England’s The Hundred, the Pakistan Super League and Australia’s Big Bash mean the action rarely stops.
T20 World Cup odds
The T20 World Cup is a tournament known for intense action and dramatic finishes, notably during the 2016 edition when the West Indies’ Carlos Braithwaite crashed Ben Stokes for four consecutive sixes to defeat England in the final.
The momentum of a match can quickly change as wickets tumble or the boundaries flow and that makes T20 World Cup betting so much fun.
The shorter format of the game also means more chance for the minnows to cause an upset and that adds to the enjoyment of cricket betting when the global event takes place.
However you want to bet, find a range of T20 World Cup betting options and outright cricket betting markets at Coral.
The Hundred odds
The Hundred began in England in the summer of 2021 to much fanfare as the ECB launched a new 100-ball tournament aimed at attracting an even wider audience to cricket.
This is the shortest format of the game and the first to not count balls bowled by overs.
Bowlers instead bowl for five or 10 balls in a row, with each bowler changing ends after every 10 balls. Each innings contains a Powerplay for the first 25 balls too, where only two fielders can be placed outside the inner circle.
As well as a new format, there are also eight new city-based teams competing for the title, with double-headers of men’s and women’s matches in the same venue on the same day for most fixtures which means more opportunities for The Hundred betting.
The eight teams competing in the inaugural season were Birmingham Phoenix, London Spirit, Manchester Originals, Northern Superchargers, Oval Invincibles, Southern Brave, Trent Rockets and Welsh Fire.
Each squad is made up of 15 players, with a maximum of three overseas players.
Every squad features one England contracted player, such as Ben Stokes at the Northern Superchargers or Jofra Archer with Southern Brave, as well as plenty of big international names.
Coral is there for every ball throughout the tournament, with all the latest The Hundred betting odds as the action unfolds.
World Test Championship odds
Launched in 2019 to shake up the format, this league competition is the premier championship for Test match cricket.
It features the nine top-ranked teams playing series and claiming points over two years, with the top two teams facing off in the World Test Championship final.
The first final was held in Southampton in 2021, with New Zealand coming out on top against India.
The 2021-23 edition is well under way which means lots of opportunities to take your pick from our cricket betting odds and we’ll have WTC final odds once the top two teams are known.