It’s the great Australian summer past time. Our nation wouldn’t quite be the same without a game of Cricket happening. And now with, punters have a range of betting options to select from.

Nowadays, there are many formats of Cricket being played. It’s not just the tried and true international test series and one-day formats, but there are various cricket leagues around the world, most now concentrating on the 20/20 format, as evidenced by the hugely popular and successful IPL series over in India, as well as the Big Bash League (BBL) right here in Australia.

The 20/20 format is extremely successful, due to its shorter duration; the game only taking a few hours to complete, much like a football or rugby match. For spectators, this is ideal, as the games can be pitched for evening audiences without taking all day, like a one-day match.

The Ashes test series always proves to be a huge draw-card whenever England and Australia get together, notwithstanding the evergreen Boxing Day test match between Australia and whoever happens to be touring down under at the time.

In 2015, the Cricket World Cup (one day format) will be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, and no doubt there will be a lot of betting interest from across the globe for this event. will be right there in the thick of the action.

There are many other matches on offer from around the world, including County Cricket from England.


Cricket Betting Options

Match Betting

You can now bet with, taking up a variety of options. This includes betting on head-to-head results (win or a draw), first innings lead, batting partnerships, highest batting scores and most wickets taken.


Depending on the match, series or league, futures will include a raft of options for your betting enjoyment. Typically these would be: overall winner of the match, series, or league, predicted highest run-scorer and/or highest wicket taker.