Which Is The Best Bet On Players In The IPL You Can Make?

Posted: May 9, 2018

Updated: May 22, 2018

Best Bet On Players In The IPL: Batsmen

  • Shane Watson – 25/1
  • Shreyas Iyer – 25/1
  • MS Dhoni – 25/1
  • Rishabh Pant – 18/1
  • Jos Buttler – 15/1
  • Virat Kohli – 8/1
  • Suryakumar Yadav – 15/2
  • Kane Williamson – 7/2
  • Ambati Rayudu – 7/2
  • Lokesh Rahul – 6/4

We’re ten games into the 2018 Indian Premier League season now so it’s starting to become clear who is on form and who is just phoning it in and that means it’s time to bet on players in the IPL as the bookies showcase the opportunities they’re offering on both the tournament’s best batsman and its best bowler, but from among the star studded teams that have been battling it out who are the names to look out for if you’re doing some online gambling in India? We take a look

If you take advantage of Indian gambling laws to bet on players in the IPL the best batsman odds begin realistically with Shane Watson, MS Dhoni and Shreyas Iyer at 25/1, Rishabh Pant at 18/1, Jos Buttler at 15/1 and Virat Kohli 8/1 but it’ll be bets like Suryakumar Yadav at 15/2, Kane Williamson or Ambati Rayudu both at 7/2 are likely to attract those in a poker room in India who are tired of backing two pair, although Lokesh Rahul is the clear favorite at 6/4 to take the best batsman title.

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Best Bet On Players In The IPL: Bowlers

  • Mayank Markande – 10/1
  • Siddarth Kaul – 10/1
  • Sunil Narine – 9/1
  • Trent Boult – 9/1
  • Umesh Yadav – 8/1
  • Hardik Pandya – 13/2
  • Rashid Khan – 6/1
  • Murjeeb Ur Rahman – 5/1
  • Andrew Tye – 5/2

Meanwhile anyone in a casino in India will tell you the bowler to back if you’re going to bet on players in the IPL is probably Andrew Tye who garners a short 5/2 ahead of Murjeeb Ur Rahman on 5/1, Rashid Khan at 6/1, and Hardik Pandya around 13/2. Of course you can back Umesh Yadav at 8/1 and Trent Boult or Sunil Narine at 9/1 but that seems to be stretching a point when the seasons stats don’t really give them enough time to make up the difference with those already running way ahead.

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