Punjab beat the Delhi Daredevils by a firm six wickets in Mohali and yet if you want to bet on the IPL this week from the comfort of that casino in India you’ll still find them getting longer odds than their opponents the Royal Challengers Bangalore who managed a loss against the Knight Riders from Kolkata. Are the bookies simply getting it wrong or is there more to this than meets the eye? We take a look before you take advantage of Indian gambling laws to bet on the IPL.
- April 13th
- M Chinnaswamy Stadium
- Royal Challengers Bangalore – 4/7
- Kings XI Punjab – 11/8
K L Rahul got 51, Daniel Christian got 1 for 12 in just two overs, and all in all the Kings XI Punjab should perhaps rightly feel that people who want to back them and bet on the IPL should perhaps be offered slightly better odds than they’re getting at the moment. After all their opponents, the Royal Challengers Bangalore fared poorly against the Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens, and sat in a poker room in India there seems no good reason for them to be so heavily favored by the bookies.
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Those apt to do some online gambling in India and place a bet on the IPL this week will discover that Bangalore are getting 2/7 whilst Punjab just 11/8, which almost seems to wrong way round after AB de Villiers only got 44. Perhaps then they’re counting on Nitish Rana getting another 2/11 in just a single over, but somehow I’m not entirely sure he will and just perhaps if you want to make a little for your bank roll and insist on placing a bet on the IPL you should back the Kings IX Punjab on Friday.