India have been cut to 6/4 for the Cricket World Cup by Ladbrokes.
With the tournament now at the semi-final stage only Pakistan stand in their way of a berth in the final and it's 4/7 that they win that match (Pakistan 11/8).
Tournament favourites South Africa have once again choked at a Cricket World Cup â€“ with bookies reporting it one of the biggest chokes in Cricket World Cup history, after they collapsed from 108 for two to be bowled out for 172 by New Zealand.
Sri Lanka's odds of beating England on Saturday morning have been cut by Ladbrokes.
The bookmakers have trimmed a Sri Lankan victory to 4/9 (from 8/15) pushing England out to 7/4 despite the anticipated 'patriotic punt' this weekend.
British Sports fans are getting ready to place in excess of a million pounds worth of bets on the action this weekend according to Ladbrokes.
The spread of action across the time zones means that fans are spoilt for choice with England starting proceedings as 6/4 underdogs against Sri Lanka in the Cricket World Cup. Later that afternoon the Three Lions are hot 2/5 favourites to beat Wales in Cardiff with the Welsh 7/1 to win.
England backers are pinning their hopes on Graeme Swann producing a match-winning performance tomorrow morning. He is 4/1 to take a wicket in his first over and over 87% of bets on top England bowler market are for Swann.
The first of the Cricket World Cup Quarter Finals kicks off on Wednesday morning, with the West Indies taking on Pakistan. Pakistan are 8/15 to defeat the Windies who are 6/4. All of the early money is for Pakistan with bets of up to four figures being taken on Afridiâ€™s men to progress to the semi finals.
As the Cricket World Cup approaches the knockout stages Paddy Power make England one of the outsiders to eventually lift the trophy after Andrew Straussâ€™ team limped through the group stages. England are now 9/1 to win the World Cup, having been 6/1 when the tournament started.
South Africa have been cut to 7/2 by Ladbrokes for the Cricket World Cup.
In response to the knockout stage draw the firm have cut the Proteas to 7/2 (from 4/1), shifting England out to 9/1 in the process. India remain the 3/1 market leaders and take on Australia with the co-hosts the 8/13 favourites to win the tie. It's 5/4 the Australians progress to the semi-finals.
England are 9/1 with Ladbrokes to fail to qualify from their group at the Cricket World Cup.
A Bangladesh and West Indies double would be enough to knock them out of the tournament but thankfully for cricket fans and the bookies alike it's just 1/33 they make it through to the next stage.
In a match that all England cricket fans will be watching with crossed fingers, South Africa are 2/9 with William Hill to defeat Bangladesh (who are 10/3). Hills are offering top price on South Africa until the match starts. Hashim Amla is 11/4 to be South Africaâ€™s top batsman...
England need to beat the West Indies to have any chance of progressing from their group and are 4/6 with William Hill to do so. England are 6/5 to be eliminated at the group stage and 6/4 to be a losing semi finalist.
South Africa's surprise defeat to England in the World Cup helped Ladbrokes enjoy their most lucrative day of the cricket World Cup so far.
With India stuttering to victory over a spirited Irish side, the in-play markets went the way of the bookies.
Ireland are 10/1 with Ladbrokes to follow their epic win over England with a victory over hosts and tournament favourites India on Sunday. National hero Kevin Oâ€™Brien is 5/1 to be his sideâ€™s top scorer again, with Ireland 7/2 to qualify for the quarter finals.
Kevin O'Brien is 4/1 with Ladbrokes to win an IPL contract in 2011 or 2012 following his heroics for Ireland against England.
The latest cricket odds show Ireland at 2/5 to win another match in the tournament and 3/1 to be playing Test cricket by 2015.
Ireland have defied in-running cricket odds of 25-1 to stun England in the Cricket World Cup and cost Ladbrokes £100,000.
The bookies pulled down the market after Ireland lost their captain presuming the game was all over but as the Irish fightback resumed in running 3punters piled on at odds of up to 25-1 to win £100,000.
Paddy Power have pledged to refund all pre-match bets on England today following their shock defeat to Ireland in the Cricket World Cup.
Irish eyes were certainly smiling as they pulled off what bookies have hailed as the biggest upset in Englandâ€™s cricket history with the 10/1 Ireland turning over an England team who were 33/1 ON to win the match.
England are 1/25 with Ladbrokes to beat Ireland in the Cricket World Cup accoring to the latest cricket betting odds.
Andrew Strauss is the joint 5/2 favourite with Kevin Pietersen to score the most runs for England with Ian Bell a 5/1 chance. Ed Joyce is the 3/1 market leader to be Ireland's leading runscorer with William Porterfield just behind at 4/1.