Monday 24 September 2012 

Cricket Betting: England 16/1 For A Repeat

Cricket Betting: England 16/1 For A Repeat
Cricket Betting: England 16/1 For A Repeat
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England were all out for 80 as India beat them with ease in the ICC World Twenty20 on Sunday and William Hill go 16/1 that England will be all out for 80 or less in any stage of what is left of the competition.
 
South Africa are 4/1 favourites to win the tournament with England’s tamers India 5/1. Despite the shocking result on Sunday England are 6/1 to win the World T20. Saeed Ajmaal is the 7/2 favourite to be crowned top bowler, Graeme Swann is England’s best chance at 18/1. Brendon McCollum is 2/1 favourite to be the top scoring batsman with Luke Wright 8/1.
 
"England were thoroughly disappointing on Sunday as they laboured against India," said William Hill cricket betting spokesman Mark Young.

"The pessimistic members of the Barmy Army may well fancy a piece of the 16/1 for another shocker to ease the pain of more disappointment."
 
16/1 England to be all out for 80 or less in any game for the rest of the competition
 
ICC World Twenty20 2012 Winner: 4/1 South Africa, 5/1 India, 11/2 Pakistan, 11/2 Sri Lanka, 6/1 Australia, 6/1 England, 6/1 West Indies, 14/1 New Zealand, 250/1 Bangledesh, 500/1 Ireland
 
ICC World Twenty 20 2012 Top Tournament Batsman: 2/1 Brendon McCollum, 11/2 Virat Kohli, 6/1 Chris Gayle, 7/1 Shane Watson, 8/1 Luke Wright, 12/1 Hashim Amla, 16/1 Nasir Jamshed, 18/1 David Warner, 18/1 Marlon Samuels, 20/1 Gautam Gambhir, 20/1 Kumar Sangakkara, 20/1 Mohammad Hafeez, 20/1 Richard Levi, 25/1 BAR
 
ICC World Twenty 20 2012 Top Tournament Bowler: 7/2 Saeed Ajmal, 5/1 Ajantha Mendis, 9/1 Dale Steyn, 12/1 Mitchell Starc, 12/1 Jacques Kallis, 12/1 Lasith Malinga, 12/1 Shane Watson, 14/1 Harbhajan Singh, 14/1 Morne Morkel, 14/1 Tim Southee, 16/1 Jeevan Mendis, 16/1 Sunil Narine, 18/1 Graeme Swann, 20/1 BAR

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