Jason Holder

Ben Stokes did for the West Indies in the 2nd Test. His performance with the bat was superb, his bowling just right. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t bet on the West Indies to win the 3rd Test. After all, Ben doesn’t respond all that well to pressure when away from the crease (see the 1st Test). He’ll have plenty of time to think about how much hangs on him. This could well be to the Windies’ benefit. It could so make hitting up Bet365 or other online sportsbook in the UK to back them well worthwhile. ... read more

In the aftermath of their defeat in Southampton England face an uphill struggle to save the series. The West Indies are a far better side than Ben Stokes seemed to believe. Likewise, the bookies odds on the West Indies last time round were a bit parsimonious. This time the 2nd Test odds on England are more realistic. Even if their chances aren’t. Online sportsbook sites in the UK give the hosts 2/5 and the tourists 7/2 right now. Question is; Has this series already slipped out of grasp? ... read more

They may be doing everything by the book in light of current circumstances but this might not stop the Windies. They won quite convincingly the last time these two sides met in a three Test series. So why is it online betting sites in the UK like Bet365 have them so far adrift? Could it be they’re really so much worse off due to their three major absentees? Are England going to be that much better? In 2020 the West Indies 1st Test betting odds seem now to beg for a speculative punt. ... read more

Summer just wouldn’t be summer without the sound of leather on willow. Fortunately cricket soon returns after its enforced sojourn. The headline fixture being the tour of England by the West Indies. The England West Indies 2020 Test series odds are, by and large, what you’d expect. Online betting sites in the UK, like Bet365, giving the hosts quite the edge. However, with so many England players having no winter play abroad, is that entirely fair on the visitors? ... read more