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The 2013 Ashes Betting Tips Part 2
The favoured correct score margin looks to be England to take the series by a 3-1 margin and that’s paying out at 11/2 at this point. Look for that price to take some serious volume and get clipped down to 5/1 or even 9/2 as we get closer to the first test.  CLICK HERE FOR YOUR FREE BET... Read More
Allan Pederson
Friday, June 28, 2013 - 15:38
The 2013 Ashes Betting Tips Part 1
It has certainly been a while since England pulled off two of the most impressive Ashes series victories in quite some time. The 2008 Ashes saw England not perform at their absolute best, but still winning the key moments (Panesar and Anderson batting out to save the 1st test as a draw is a great... Read More
Allan Pederson
Friday, June 28, 2013 - 15:37
Ashes 2013 Top Batsmen Betting Tips
With a very interesting iteration of the Ashes developing, there is going to be some real value up for grabs in the top series batsman market. A number of young players have been given places for the Ashes this year and there is absolutely every opportunity that at least one of them is going to... Read More
A.J. Ryder
Wednesday, June 26, 2013 - 14:42
England are 1/7 Favourites to Retain The Ashes
A slew of UK-based bookmakers have priced Alastair Cook’s men as the distinct 1/7 favourites to secure the Ashes during the upcoming cricket series. The Australians are on British soil and are tangling with some county teams as they look to build up their momentum and stroll home with an... Read More
A.J. Ryder
Wednesday, June 26, 2013 - 14:41
England Three Wickets From History
England are on the verge of a crushing 3-1 Ashes victory, and with it the first series win down under in 24 years. At stumps on day four in Sydney, Australia were 213/7- an imposing 151 runs behind and staring at a third defeat by an innings in the current series. James Anderson displayed an... Read More
Adam Currie
Thursday, January 6, 2011 - 15:25
England Two Days Away From Historic Series Win
Centuries by both Alastair Cook and Ian Bell put England within sight of their first series victory in Australia for 24 years, after a dominant third day at the final Ashes test on Wednesday. A record-breaking Alastair Cook led the way with 189, his third hundred of the series, while Ian Bell... Read More
Adam Currie
Wednesday, January 5, 2011 - 15:35
England Maintain Momentum
England closed to within 113 runs of an innings lead over a fighting Australia on the second day at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Mitchell Johnson did his best to keep Australia alive in the final Ashes Test with a vital half-century and two key wickets, but England were handily placed on 3/167 in... Read More
Adam Currie
Tuesday, January 4, 2011 - 15:24
England Take The Spoils On Final Test Opening Day
The hard work of Australia's top order was beginning to unravel at the SCG, on a rain-interrupted opening day of the final Ashes Test. Australia slid from 105/1 to 134/4 as England took the ascendancy once again for what has been an historic Test series down under. The hosts could not display... Read More
Adam Currie
Monday, January 3, 2011 - 15:33
England Seek Historic Ashes Win
England will carry an air of unfinished business into the final test at Sydney today, despite having already ensured that they retain the coveted urn. The visitors cannot lose the series after their emphatic win in the fourth test at Melbourne, but the Sydney test offers the enticing prospect of... Read More
Adam Currie
Saturday, January 1, 2011 - 19:19
Anybody’s Series- Ashes Fourth Test Preview
It just does not get any bigger than this. A Boxing Day Test at the MCG in front of a potential crowd of 90,000, the Ashes up for grabs, the series level at 1-1 with two Tests to play. Simply put- this is a cricket fan’s dream. England will be under pressure awaiting the news on whether of... Read More
Adam Currie
Saturday, December 25, 2010 - 19:17
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