This week sees the start of the 2013 Friends Life t20, 10 years on from the first competition getting underway.
Have a look at the following statistics, courtesy of Opta and see if you can beat the bookies.
David Warner's altercation with Joe Root has made an impression on the latest Ashes cricket betting odds with Ladbrokes.
With Australia's opening batsman facing the possibility of being sent home the firm have trimmed England to 2/5 (from 4/9), leaving the visitors on the drift to 7/2 (from 10/3) with a drawn series now quoted at 11/2.
A mid-week warm-up to a summer of sport sees England take on New Zealand in their final ODI and the Lions take on Western Force in their first game down under with a double win for the British cricket and rugby sides priced at 4/6 with Paddy Power.
The eagerly anticipated ICC Champions Trophy starts on Thursday with India meeting South Africa in Cardiff and BetVictor have given punters the insurance of having a free bet up to Â£25 on the semi-finals or final if their pre-event outright selection fails to make it out of the Group stages in this most competitive eight-country event.
Round eight of the LV= County Championship gets underway this week with a seven fixtures as Sussex (Division One) and Northamptonshire (Division Two) look to stay at the top.
Meanwhile, Somerset, Surrey, and Kent are still waiting for their first win. Using the stats in this article, can you beat the bookies by placing your cricket bets with bet365?
Using the latest statistics and trends highlighted in this article, can you beat the bookies ahead of this weekend's Yorkshire Bank 40 matches?
There are 10 matches over the next four days which will go a long towards deciding which teams will finish on top of the three groups. Can Nottinghamshire, Hampshire and Gloucestershire hold on at the top?
Check out the information in this article to help you decide the right bet to beat the bookies. The County Cricket season is well underway now and the next round of matches will no doubt throw up a few surprises as well.
After cruising to victory against New Zealand, William Hill make England 8/1 to go unbeaten in Test match cricket for the remainder of this calendar year.
Going into the second test at Headingley, England are 4/7 to win, while New Zealand are 8/1 with the draw 2/1.
England are on the drift in The Ashes cricket betting according to Ladbrokes.
Following England's less than impressive start to the 1st Test against New Zealand, the firm are still favouring a home win this summer at 1/2 (from 4/9), with Australia's odds cut to 3/1 (from 7/2).
England will be very happy to hear that Graeme Swann & Tim Bresnan have been passed fit for the first test against New Zealand.
As a result England are 1/2 red hot favourites to deliver victory in the first test, with New Zealand 8/1 outsiders. England can be backed at 5/4 to win the series 2-0.
Chris Gayle's 175 not out in the IPL is possibly the greatest ever T20 innings there is ever likely to be. 175 from 66 balls with 17 sixes and, had he not by his own admission "slowed down" in the middle of his innings, it could have been 200!
The West Indies has given the cricket world batsmen like Gary Sobers, Brian Lara, Viv Richards and now Chris Gayle joins the greats of West Indian cricket.
Following his astonishing feat of scoring 100 in just 30 balls, William Hill are offering cricket odds of 25/1 that any professional cricketer manages a faster 100 this year.
"Chris Gayle was simply stunning and it will be some feat if anyone manages to beat the 30 ball hundred this year,â€ said William Hill cricket betting spokesman Rupert Adams.
William Hill are looking forward to the return of the Indian Premier League, which is now the biggest cricket event of the year.
Despite the absence of Kevin Pietersen and Shane Warne, the bookies are predicting a huge betting event. As it stands Chennai Super Kings are the 4/1 favourites, followed by Kolkata, Mumbai & Bangalore at 5/1.
New Zealand have been cut to win the third test according to Ladbrokes.
Following the news that Kevin Pietersen is to miss the match the bookmakers report an upturn in stakes for the home side to defy the cricket betting odds, resulting in their price shortening to 11/2 from 6/1.
The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have finalised Targeted Assistance and Performance Programme (TAPP) agreements with the ICC this week, guaranteeing a significant boost to the high performance programmes of both cricket boards.
At some point, professional cricket players have to face the reality of retirement. Retirement can be a scary time for some as the game of cricket is all they have known. However, as the players below have proven, there is definitely life after retirement from cricket.
William Hill make England their red hot 4/9 favourites to win the 1st Test, with New Zealand offered at 11/2. England go into the first Test with two key batsmen out of form.
Kevin Pietersen is 5/6 to score 35 or more but 5/6 to score 34 or less, whilst Nick Compton is 5/6 to manage 25 or more and 5/6 to score 24 or less. Alastair Cook is 7/1 to be man of the match for which Brendon McCullum is a 12/1 shot.
England are friendless with punters ahead of the first Test in New Zealand according to Ladbrokes.
The visitors will begin the Test as the odds-on 4/7 favourites but have been shunned in the betting in favour of the bigger price on offer for a home win, with New Zealand being backed into 7/1 from 8/1.
Just a few months to go until the start of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 players and fans are turning their attention towards the tournament, featuring the eight best one day international teams in the world.
The ICC Champions Trophy 2013 will feature Australia, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and West Indies and be played out across three grounds - Cardiff Wales Stadium, The Oval and Edgbaston - over eighteen days from the 6th to 23rd June 2013.