General guide to betting on Cricket (Part 2)

4. BET TYPES

4.1. Money Line

Predict the winner. Bets will be open for two teams.

4.2. 1 x 2 (Full time)

Predict the winner. This bet involves predicting whether either team will win or draw.

4.3. Handicap Bets

Predict the team to win the match/period with the given handicap.

4.4. Over / Under (Number of Runs)

Predict the total number of runs that will be over or below a given number.

If a match is postponed, then Over/Under bets will be settled in the event that the match is unconditionally determined when subsequent runs that have the potential to score thereafter will not affect the outcome of the match. In other situations, all bets will be void.

4.5. Bets For Match Series

If the specified number of matches does not occur, bets will be considered void.

The dealer reserves the right to void special types of bets related to a series of matches (such as Corresponding Match Series), unless the result has already been declared.

4.6. Best Hitting/Pitching Player (Match Series)

Predict the best Player or Pitcher in a given series of matches.

Bets placed on selected players who do not play or serve will be considered lost.

If the players equally knock down the same number of pillars, the winner will be the serve with the least number of runs, regardless of the number of serves per player.

Dead-Heat rules apply if there is no winner.

4.7. Best Hitting/Pitching Player (Match)

Predict the best Player or Pitcher in a given match.

Bets will be considered void if placed on a player who is not on the original list of 11 players or is the 12th substitute.

In a match consisting of two matches (county match or county championship), this bet is only for the first game, unless otherwise stated.

Bets placed on selected players who do not play or serve will be considered lost.

If the players equally knock down the same number of pillars, the winner will be the serve with the least number of runs, regardless of the number of serves per player.

Dead-Heat rules apply if there is no winner.