One Day Cricket Betting
One Day cricket, also known as ODI cricket, is a popular and approachable version of the game representing the preferred format at the Cricket World Cup. One Day Cricket fixtures are also referred to as a fifty overs matches as each team faces at least 300 deliveries. Relative to the history of the sport, One Day cricket is still in its infancy, with the first ODI being played between England and Australia at the MCC back in 1971.
Live betting is popular on ODI cricket, with top batsmen/top bowler wagers also prominent. Many bookmakers offer up ball-by-ball or over-by-over betting. Fans generally prefer to wager on limited overs cricket, as the payouts come a lot faster with bigger hits and more tenuous moments than the unlimited overs format of the game.
International sides with ODI Status include all test playing nations as well as Kenya, Canada, Ireland, Netherlands, Scotland and Afghanistan until the 2013 ICC World Cup Qualifier.
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