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India Favoured for ODI Victory


After a tough-fought opening fixture in the One-Day International Series between England and India, it looks like the host side are getting the benefit of the doubt form the bookmakers in their bid to level the series 1-1. 


This, of course, comes on the back of one of the most significant test series in years - a series that saw England topple the Indians on home turf for the first time in a generation. Alastair Cook’s men have gone from strength-to-strength, barring the t20 series, 

Heading in the match, it looks like India will open at a price of 4/6 while England trade at  6/5. As usual, this match looks ripe for in-play wagering and you can bank on England punters backing this one heavily if they get off to another good start. England put together some quality overs early on in their last fixture but were pushed very far by India’s players on a wicket that favoured big-swinging batsmen. 

The big story from the last fixture was England’s incredible 49th and 50th over. Putting together 38 runs from 12 balls made absolutely all the difference as England managed to hang on by a total of nine runs. India’s lackluster bowling has left them exposed at times during England’s tour, nowhere was that more obvious than in the last ODI fixture. 

A century to be scored at any time during this match rewards at 11/8. The over/under on match sixes is set at 7.5 with each option paying out at 5/6.

It probably won’t come as an enormous shock that Alastair Cook and Ian Bell are trading as the co-favourites for the top away batsman market with a 3/1 price for either of them. Kevin Pietersen is trading at 10/3 while Eoin Morgan, who has been quieter than usual, is priced at 5/1. 

Steven Finn is getting the edge as England’s top bowler with a solid 5/2 price to headline the attack. James Tredwell, in solid form last time out, can be backed at 3/1 while Tim Bresnan is always worth a look - he’s priced at 4/1. 


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