Rules for Cricket Betting


Millions of dollars change hands with each shot in cricket, which is a game that bettors and gamblers love to play.


Compared to other games, cricket has easier betting rules. But it's always a good idea to familiarize yourself with the guidelines first.


Bet Guidelines

With the exception of a coin toss or a bowl out, the team that progresses to the next round is considered the victor of the game, according to the official regulations.


The match bets are settled as a dead heat if the competition regulations cannot select a winner and if there is a tie. With the exception of a coin toss or a bowl out, matches that are impacted by inclement weather are controlled by the competition's official regulations. There is no action taken on the bets if the winner is not determined according to the official regulations.


The only discretion to refuse wagers rests with the bettors in the event that a game is called off due to outside influence.


For Series and Competitions

The official tournament results are typically used to settle wagers. One has the ability to cancel the bets if the tournament, series, or participants change. No action is taken on the wagers if the specified number of matches in a two-team series differs.


Wicket markets throughout a game

Except when the innings naturally comes to an end, about 90% of the scheduled overs at the time the bet is placed must be bowled on wicket.


If at least one ball is bowled during a match that is influenced by the weather, wagers are still valid for the final score. In the event of a tie, the wagers are decided as a tie between the two teams. Losing a wager would invariably follow a draw.


There would be no reaction to the outcome of the game if there was no price placed for a draw and it ended in a tie.

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