Cricket Betting with Live Odds
For those whose idea of sporting bliss is the sound of leather on willow, then join BetVictor today for a multitude of opportunities to bet on cricket. We bring you a full-length delivery of cricket odds throughout the year, from county cricket betting to Twenty20, World Cup and Ashes betting.
County Championship and Twenty20 Cricket Betting
Whether you prefer the traditional gentle pace of the weekly four-day action in the County Championship, or if you’re a cricketing convert to the modern frenzy that is the Twenty20 Blast competition, featuring the likes of Nottinghamshire Outlaws, Northants Steelbacks and Lancashire Lightning, we’ll bring you cricket betting odds for every domestic competition.
Australian Big Bash and IPL Cricket Betting
We’ll also provide all the top markets for the best domestic club matches abroad too, including Australia’s Big Bash and India’s IPL. Howzat for coverage?
Best Test Cricket Betting Markets
Of course, for many fans Test cricket remains the pinnacle of the sport, and we’ll have extensive coverage and a range of markets, before matches and In-Play, for all Test matches between the ICC’s 12 Test-playing nations.
Bet on The Ashes
While Twenty20 and One-Day cricket have their respective World Cups to crown the globe’s best limited-over teams, in the absence of an equivalent Test trophy to hold aloft it leaves England and Australia’s best five-day players yearning for the famous Ashes urn.
Every two years cricket’s old enemies do battle over five passion-fuelled Test matches and you’ll find the latest ashes betting here at BetVictor, with our Ashes series markets offering everything from top scoring batsman, leading bowler, Series Correct Score and even Venue With Most Runs.
Cash Out early on your Cricket bets with BetVictor
Along with outright betting available on all of cricket’s biggest competitions, we’ll provide Bet Boosts offering enhanced prices on selected matches, not to mention a host of In-Play markets, allowing you to Cash Out should your bet be on the wrong side of a batting collapse.