Betting Tips Archive
You have to pick the player who makes the most runs. It pays out on whomever makes the most runs for their country in the innings. Similar to top runscorer, but for the bowlers instead of the batsmen. You will usually get a pick of five or six men in this one and you have to decide who will take the most wickets. It is the same as the top runscorer market in that it is decided on for each nation and again, centres on the first innings.
To score a half century: The odds you will see will list the players name and then the yes or no answer and you have to decide whether or not they will make 50 runs or more in the innings. To score a century: Who can be a hero on Boxing Day?
Will your favourite batsman ton up? Can you cash in too and make it one of the great moments in your punting career? Bet within your means: We cannot stress this enough. Punting is meant to be fun and affordable. If you are betting with money that was meant for the dinner table, the school fees, or paying the bills at home, you are not doing it right. You are definitely hurting yourself, but you may be hurting your family as well. So make sure all your obligations are met and the Christmas presents have been paid for before you go out and have a couple of punts on the cricket.
Trust us, it is a bad idea to wake up with a hangover from too much beer and too much food on Christmas Day and just start thinking about what bets you are going to have on the Boxing Day Test.
Bet with a clear head, do your research and study up well before the day. Obviously there will be some extenuating circumstances, given the team is not always named before the day, but you can make some educated guesses, look at the form of the teams or players you want to target and figure out who excels on the MCG. This is the Test that Australia tends to lift for. While there has been the odd stinking loss, the Aussies, for the most part, have dominated this tilt.
The stars come out to play: There have been some remarkable performances on the MCG in Boxing Day Tests and the greatest players tend to save their best for the theatre of cricket. Check the weather forecast: It might be the only place where you can leave home in the morning covered from head to toe in a warm beanie, jacket, scarf, gloves and pants, and by the afternoon wish you had brought shorts, a T-shirt and thongs.
And that, by nature, creates uncertainty in the Boxing Day Test. Punters should scope out the forecast beforehand and bet accordingly. The draw always feels like it is in play, even though it is not a common occurrence. He is pictured here claiming his th Test wicket against England on Boxing Day. December 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30 Where: Australia and whichever Test team is touring the country at Christmas time THE Boxing Day Test is without doubt the number one cricket event on the Australian summer calendar.
Australia and whichever Test team is touring the country at Christmas time. Bet Now Read Review. Graham Yallop Australia — v Pakistan, Most runs in Boxing Day Tests. They have won their last 5 matches in a row at home, 3 of which have come by margins. Brighton are 12 th on the table after a home win over Watford on the weekend and that broke a run of 7 matches without a victory.
They have lost their last 3 on the road without scoring. For this bet to arrive I need Chelsea to win by 2 goals exactly which is the margin that Brighton have lost their last 2 games on the road including away to Spurs last time out. This is something of a speculative play on a game where I struggled to find a betting angle.
Liverpool v Swansea — click here to bet. Liverpool are 5 th on the table following a away draw at Arsenal on the weekend, a game in which they led and then had to come from behind to rescue a point. They are now unbeaten in their last 10 in the League and they are unbeaten at home this season but have drawn their last 3 matches including a disappointing goalless draw to West Brom last time they played at Anfield.
Swansea drew at home with Palace on the weekend but they remain rooted to the bottom of the table on 13 points from their 19 games. Their away form has been terrible and they have lost their last 6 in a row on their travels, all be it that they have not lost any of these matches by more than 2 goals. For this bet to arrive I need Liverpool to win by more than 2 goals something which they have achieved regularly on the road this season but not at home.
The struggling Swansea side offers them the perfect chance to chalk up a big win ahead of the New Year fixtures. Monday, September 17, Sports Betting News Soccer. PSL Preview, 15 and 16 September International Friendly Preview, Tuesday 11th September.