Top Offers on Australia v New Zealand at the Cricket World Cup
February 25, 2015
Two titans of Pool A collide in the Cricket World Cup on Saturday when Trans Tasman rivals Australia and New Zealand do go head to head across the ditch. Both are unbeaten; with the Kiwis cruising after 3 wins from 3 games while Australia hasn’t played since pummelling the Poms on the opening day, due to the weather cancelling their battle with Bangladesh. If you fancy a big bet on the big game the big bookmakers have plenty of big offers with big value.
The Aussies are favourites in the head to head market though New Zealand’s odds have shortened since recording 2 victories while their opponents have had their feet up. Luxbet don’t care who you back to win but they will give you a bonus if New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum or Australia’s Dave Warner wacks the most runs. Simply select who you think will win on Luxbet’s Match Result market and if your team wins and Warner or McCullum make the highest score you’ll get a bonus bet up to $50. Not a bad bet considering Warner’s one of the best one day batsman going around and McCullum’s averaging 52 runs in the competition so far.
Top Team Batsman Bets
On the topic of top scorers you can back which player will top score for his team with Sportsbet and as long as your selection hits a 6, you’ll get your money back up to 100 bucks if he isn’t his side’s top batsman. This unreal offer gives you two refund opportunities in the one game. Maybe Michael Clarke may return with a bang? The skipper’s around $4.50 with Sportsbet to be Australia’s best bat. TopBetta will give you an extra 50% of your winnings if you do manage to pick the top runscorer for his team. You can wager up to $25 on Australia’s and New Zealand’s highest runs getter. Black Caps all-rounder Corey Anderson’s at $7.50 with Topbetta; He made the most runs for the Kiwis in their opening match.
BetEasy are little more patriotic offering a special on just Australia’s best batsman; but they’ll give you an automatic bonus bet just for placing the wager. Back who’ll hit the most runs in Australia’s innings and instantly earn a bet up to $25 to place on which Aussie will take the most New Zealand wickets. This offer will keep punters in the game whether Australia is batting or bowling. Perhaps punters will choose someone like all-rounder Mitch Marsh for both bets, then hope he has a blinder.
Centrebet, Tom Waterhouse and William Hill are all doing Daily World Cup Specials so you can be assured those bookmakers will have offers up when the match rolls around. Head to their sites after Friday’s game between South Africa and West Indies has begun to see what promotions are provided for Saturday’s fixture.
So can the Kiwis keep winning or will the World Cup Favourites power past their co-hosts? The bigger question is will you be winning? And what offers are you going to take up?