One Day International Cricket Betting Tips

One Day International cricket, also known in short as ODI cricket is played between international sides only. The first ODI was played on 5 January 1971 between Australia and England and the MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground).

That match was played to give spectators some action after three days of a Test match was rained out. It consisted of 40 eight-ball overs, however much has changed since then and the popularity of the sport has grown tremendously.

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ODI Cricket Betting Odds


You can find ODI betting odds on any reputable online bookmaker website. South Africa have consistently been one of the best sides in the world since their return from sporting isolation in 1992.

There are plenty of markets to focus on. Outright victory as well as best batsman, over/under runs, team to hit the most sixes being among the most popular.

ODI Cricket Fixtures


ODI cricket is played all around the globe with many more teams that Test cricket. When a country tours another there are generally three or five ODI matches included on the tour along with Test matches and T20’s.

How many teams play ODI cricket?


All countries that play cricket can play ODI cricket. It has always been used as the introduction to the game with only the best sides getting Test status.

ODI Cricket Results


ODI results are key to all bettors. Historic results are as important as recent ones while it is always good to know who performs well at certain grounds. Because cricket is largely determined by the pitch produced often certain grounds favour certain teams.

ODI Cricket Free Bets


When you open a new account with some online bookmakers you will invariably get a free bet or welcome bonus. Use this wisely as it can help you greatly in building your betting bankroll. Free bets are often extended to existing customers too.

ODI Cricket Highlights


ODI highlights are available all over the place. Sports TV channels as well as many YouTube pages which you can get everything you need, including highlights of older matches.

ODI Cricket News


Cricket is a global sport and there is no shortage of places to get good and accurate news. ESPN Cricinfo is the best of the lot with opinion pieces, stats and regular contributions from former and current players.

ODI Cricket FAQ

What is ODI cricket?

ODI cricket is the second oldest form of cricket after Test cricket. The match lasts a total of 100 overs with each team batting and bowling 50 overs. The team who bats first sets the target which the second team needs to chase down. Often the match doesn't go the full 100 overs as one team can be bowled out within their 50 overs or the team chasing can win before the last ball of the innings.

Is ODI cricket very popular?

Over the years ODI cricket has brought the biggest supporter numbers to the game. That is now challenged by T20 cricket but ODI cricket is still exceptionally popular among cricket lovers.

Is that an ODI Cricket World Cup?

Yes there is an ODI Cricket World Cup. It takes place every four years.

Where is ODI cricket played?

ODI cricket is played all over the world and is run by the ICC (International Cricket Committee).

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