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Every tour has it’s own atmosphere. The dynamic of the team, the mood of the hosts, and even the weather, create a different vibe each time. This year, however, is probably going to be unique. Empty stadiums, bio security and the overshadowing situation in America will all combine to make for a wholly unique 3 match series. And unique always means less than predictable. So, does that mean those who like to bet on sports in the UK should hit up Bet365 to bet on the Windies to win the first test? We take a look. ... read more

They’re heavily favored to win. Which only makes it more likely they’ll lose. England return to Test cricket with a series against the visiting West Indies. The three games will be played under extraordinary circumstances but will the cricket match them? Normally the first Test odds on England would suggest not. However, “normal” doesn’t really apply right now. This won’t be like any other series. So, taking advantage of UK gambling laws to back England could be an error.  ... read more

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has announced that Hampshire’s Ageas Bowl and Lancashire’s Emirates Old Trafford will host England Men’s Test series against West Indies. The West Indies squad will arrive in the UK on Tuesday 9 June, travelling to Emirates Old Trafford for quarantining and training. This will be their base for a three-week period before moving to the Ageas Bowl for the start of the first Test. As the test series is just round the corner, England vs West Indies betting predictions are all up.  ... read more

Surely everyone can remember a few games, when the winner was decided after the extra-time with penalties. At that moment it doesn’t matter who is playing and which stars shoot the penalties as anyone can miss them, even the biggest footballers. In the best penalty shoot-outs in history we find some really memorable moments from World Cups to Champions League games.  ... read more

The beginning of the new decade has once again brought us the season of the T20 World Cup. T20 being the most thrilling version of cricket is certainly everyone is talking about. The tournament takes place every 2 years, however this time around, the tournament is coming back after 4 years; making it as special as the ICC World Cup itself. The Big Dance will take place in Australia starting from October 2020. T20 World Cup odds are always unpredictable which makes betting all the more fun. ... read more