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If you bet on India, you can do so at the odds of 1.66. This means that if you bet 1,000 rupees on India to win, you would receive 1,660 rupees if India beats Australia – you get back your wager of 1,000 rupees plus 660 rupees which is your winnings. Wager amount x betting odds = Payout. 1,000 x 1.66 = 1,660
A a ₹2,000 bet on India at 1.20 would return ₹2,400 (2,000 x 1.2). If you are using fractional odds, you would find your winning returns and then add your stake - so the sum for the same wager would be ₹2,000 x 1/5 = 400 + 2,000 = 2,400. That's it - you now know how odds work!
Cricket Odds. BettingOdds.com has the latest cricket odds for matches or outrights, both domestically and internationally. With our unique probability percentage we simplify our odds grids so you can see what percentage chance the teams have based on the online bookmakers' odds. The T20 World Cup is underway in the UAE and Oman and you can get your match odds and outright betting for the tournament here.
Cricket World Cup Odds: The ‘Mid Favourites’ New Zealand +650. They have good spin options and a fine captain in Kane Williamson. Williamson is also one of the most... Pakistan +650. They know these conditions better than any other team in the tournament given this is their home away... West Indies ...
Types of cricket odds. Odds are generally put in formats such as American, Fractional, and Decimal. Fractional odds are mostly used in the UK and even then, they’re not so popular anymore. That’s because slightly less experienced cricket bettors struggle to immediately realize what 7/4, 11/8 or 2/5 actually mean.