What run-related cricket markets are available?
Given the importance of runs in matches, cricket spread betting markets related to them make up the majority of bets placed by our customers.
As a result, we offer spreads on the number of runs a batsman will score, either in one innings or over a full match if it lasts more than one day. You can also bet on the runs his team score, session runs or fall of next wicket.
The most popular run-related cricket markets are:
The predicted amount of runs to be scored by a team either over a full match or one innings of a Test, ODI, or other competition.
First 6/15 Over Runs
The total number of runs a team will score in a nominated number of overs. For example, if a team scored 45 runs in the first 15 overs of a One Day International, the market would make-up at 45.
The total number of runs scored by a team in a particular session of play in a match. For example, if a team scores 95 runs in the first session of a Test match, the market would settle at 95.
Fall of Next Wicket
The number of runs a team will score before the next batsman is given out during a particular innings.
For example, if after a wicket falls a team is on 120 for three and the next batting partnership lasts for just 10 runs, the market will make-up at 130. But if the two batsmen put on a stand of 90 before the next wicket falls, the market will settle at 210.