Who Will Likely Win This Year's Big Cricket Tournaments
Post on 20,June 2020   11:57 AM
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A few cricket tournaments haven’t taken place this year due to extenuating circumstances, but several others are still coming.

While the Everest Premier League, Indian Premier League and a handful of others have not gone ahead, the Caribbean Premier League, T20 World Cup and India’s tour of Australia will likely be hosted. 

And cricket predictions for this year don’t necessarily have to be limited to the competitions happening in 2020. They can extend to 2021 and beyond, too. The Ashes series in 2021-22 and Cricket World Cup in 2023 are such examples. 

Let’s take a look at what’s on the table cricket tournament-wise.

Indian Premier League

It wasn’t played earlier this year, as per the original schedule, but will likely take place in November, as the Board of Control for Cricket in India work toward finalising the dates. The Mumbai Indians are the reigning champions and have won the tournament four times – the most by any franchise. The Chennai Super Kings, who have three IPL titles, will be among Mumbai’s stiffest competition this year. 10Cric have Mumbai priced at 5.00 for an outright win and Chennai are offered at 5.50. 

Here are the other contenders:

  • Sunrisers Hyderabad – 5.50
  • Delhi Capitals – 7.00
  • Kolkata Knight Riders – 7.50
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore – 8.00
  • Rajasthan Royals. 9.50
  • Kings XI Punjab – 10.00

The Sunrisers Hyderabad will certainly offer favourites Mumbai and Chennai a challenge. They have Australian batsman David Warner back as captain, with former skipper Kane Williamson still in the ranks and a host of other fresh talents to the squad.

Long-odds favourites Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab will be hard-pressed. The Royals won the very first IPL title in 2008, but nothing since. Punjab have never reached a final, let alone claimed a trophy.

Bangalore, as always, will do their best to justify their wealth of talent – such as Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers – in their quest for a first title. They’ve played in a few finals but never made it to the top of the podium.

T20 World Cup

The IPL could prove an intriguing precursor to the T20 World Cup when several players who were team-mates for their franchises in India return as country rivals. 

Andre Russell and Pat Cummins would typify this scenario. Team-mates at the Kolkata Knight Riders, Russell and Cummins, will come up against each other for the West Indies and Australia, respectively, at the T20 World Cup. The Windies are the reigning champions and are priced at 9.00 by bet365 to win the upcoming T20 World Cup. Australia are offered at 3.50.

There is also:

  • India – 4.50
  • England – 5.00
  • New Zealand – 8.50
  • South Africa – 9.00
  • Pakistan – 12.00
  • Sri Lanka – 34.00
  • Cricket World Cup

Thinking back to the 2019 World Cup final, it was a rollercoaster of a ride. Ben Stokes really performed well that great day. He was undoubtedly helped by some peculiar circumstances like ricochets and overthrows, but in the end, England took the title on a technicality. The next time they head into a Cricket World Cup, in 2023, they will be among the favourites. Very early odds on the next limited-overs showpiece have the English and 2019 runners-up New Zealand priced short odds for the title by Unibet and others.

You can also get:

  • India – 2.00
  • South Africa – 10.00
  • West Indies – 16.00
  • Bangladesh – 18.00
  • Afghanistan – 33.00

The Ashes

The age-old Test cricket rivalry between England and Australia will be at it again soon enough. It’ll be Australia’s turn to host the battle for the coveted title – and tiny urn. 888sport have the Aussies at 1.50 for the overall series win, which makes a lot of sense as they are the reigning champions and will have the home-ground advantage. England are at 3.75, and a series draw is offered at 7.50. If the five-Test series is drawn, the Australians will retain the title regardless, according to Ashes cricket rules.

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