England are the 10/11 favourites to win the three Test Series verus Pakistan according to Ladbrokes.
The world number ones are odds-on for the series in the United Arab Emirates with Pakistan and a drawn series both priced at 5/2.
Sachin Tendulkar won't hit his record breaking century of centuries against the West Indies according to Ladbrokes.
The India batsman is 8/11 to fail to notch the ton this series which India are now just 1/50 to win. It's 12/1 the West Indies can salvage the draw.
Shane Warne has officially come out of retirement to turn out for Melbourne in the Big Bash and William Hill make him 10/1 to come out of his international exile and represent Australia in any form of the game.
He is 14/1 to take a wicket with his first ball of the Big Bash and 8/1 to be top wicket taker in the tournament. English cricket fans could well be forgiven for quaking in their boots as he is an outside chance, at 33/1, to play in the next Ashes series.
Mark Cavendish is the 11/10 favourite to win the SJA Sportsman of the Year Award according to Ladbrokes.
Golfers Darren Clarke (3/1) and Rory McIlroy (6/1) are next in the market along with Mo Farah (also 6/1).
Victor Chandler bet 11/8 that England lose the India ODI series 5-0 after their latest defeat in Mohali.
VC Spokesperson and cricket betting expert Charlie McCann said: "An improved display with the bat but the bowling and fielding left much to be desired and it is hard to see past a series clean sweep."
Shane Warne has revealed that he has been inundated with offers to return to the cricketing fold and partake in Australia's Big Bash. William Hill are offering 2/1 that he takes up one of these offers and plays during Australia's premiere T20 tournament.
Having hung up his googlies after Rajasthan Royals' last IPL match, Warne is 10/1 to dust them off and take to the field in India once more and is 33/1 to play for Australia at any form of the game again.
Shane Warne is heavily odds-on (1/6) to play in the Big Bash T20 League according to Ladbrokes.
Warne claims to have fully returned to match fitness and whilst the bookies expect him to turn out in the T20 tournament a sensational international cricket comeback doesn't look likely at 100/1.
England are the shortest price they have been to win an India tour in the last ten years according to Ladbrokes.
The tourists currently trade as 11/8 outsiders as the bookies prepare a barrage of patriotic money to follow up their successful summer series against India who are 4/7 to level things up on home soil.
Tim Nielson has stepped down as Australia coach and William Hill are offering odds on who will take over the reins.
Interim coach, Steve Rixon is the 11/8 favourite to take over as the next permanent coach, while Justin Langer is 3/1 second favourite.
England are expected to wrap up a fine summer of cricket against India in the ODI series according to Ladbrokes.
The bookies rate england as 8/13 chances to take the ODI series (India 5/4) and they're 4/6 to win the first ODI. Every England batsman can be backed at a top price to score the most runs and it's Cook who leads the way at 7/2. Trott is the joint 4/1 second favourite with Morgan and Kieswetter also enters the frame at 5/1.
Every England batsmen will be top price* with Ladbrokes to be top run scorer against India in the T20 at Old Trafford.
Kevin Pietersen is the 7/2 market leader to be top bat from Craig Kieswetter and Alex Hales at 4/1. Sachin Tendulkar is the 5/2 favourites to score the most runs for India from Gambhir at 3/1.
Lanky the Giraffe is the hot favourite to win the Mascot race on T20 finals day according to Ladbrokes.
The bookies have chalked up the Lancashire mascot and two time previous winner as their clear 3/1 favourite in the big race. Harry the Hawk is the next of the teams represented at the final at 9/1 from Leicestershire's Charlie the Fox at 9/1.
Hampshire are the 2/1 favourites with Ladbrokes to win the Friends Life T20 final at Edgbaston.
The bookies are cheering the market leaders on against southern rivals Somerset in the opening pick 'em game (10/11 each of two) as a resut of considerable ante-post support for The Sabres.
Ireland 11/4 with Ladbrokes for a repeat of their shock World Cup win.
The last time the sides met Ireland defied odds of 10/1 to pull off one of the biggest shocks of the tournament turning over 1/33 chances England.
Victor Chandler make Alistair Cook their 6/4 favourite to be the first English batsman to make 23 Test centuries after the Oval tons of Kevin Pietersen and Ian Bell brought them right into the equation on 19 and 16 respectively.
The first day's play at the Oval was dominated by rain and bet365 are 4/9 about the 4th Test ending in a draw.
bet365 spokesman Steve Freeth said: "We were out to lay the draw earlier in the week (opened 6/4) and the early signs are that we could regret that move as it was punted down to 4/7 before a ball was bowled."
England are 11/8 with Ladbrokes to win the fourth and final test against India.
In keeping with this series the draw has been well backed and India are 5/1 outsiders to salvage something from the series. England are 1/12 to still be the number one test ranked side when they next take to the field in January against Pakistan in the UAE early next year (6/1 they aren't).