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Cricket World Cup Spread Betting Preview 2011

Spread buyers of their outright index at 22 (winner = 60 points; runner-up = 40 points; lose semi-final = 20 points; lose in quarter-final = 10 points; group stage = 0 points) will, on the one hand, still be reflecting on the back-to-back Ashes victories the Test team attained, including the decisive victory Down Under this winter. There is also last year's victory in the World Twenty20 to raise the hopes of the same spread buyers, even though it is not as recent in the memory banks. According to all-arounder Paul Collingwood, the team's experience in taking home a first-ever big international trophy was a huge weight off their shoulders.The 6-1 loss the team suffered to Australia in their most recent ODI series, with this competition using the same 50-over format, will be blocked out by spread sellers of the Three Lions' outright index.


Spread buyers at 30 of the joint-hosts (Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are the other two) will be expecting a partisan backing will carry the ICC's top-ranked Test side through at least the final in order to yield a profit. Sporting Index puts India its outright favorite. Spread bettors backing the 1983 champions in the spread betting company's Group B Index (winner receives 60 points, runner-up receives 40 points, third receives 30 points, fourth receives 20 points, fifth receives 10 points, sixth receives 5 points, and seventh receives 0 points) will only make money if they finish first. The combination of South Africa, England, West Indies, Bangladesh, Ireland, or Netherlands will be relied upon by spread sellers of India's position in this market at 42 to defeat MS Dhoni's team.


In the opposite pool, Sri Lanka's Group A index spread is set at 41-44, and cricket spread betting buyers are projecting that the 1996 tournament champions, who romped home with a 100 percent record, can repeat the achievement. The only prior host nation to have won the trophy must finish ahead of Australia to accomplish it, precisely as it did 15 years ago. Spread bettors will be issued a spread of 39-42 for the Australians' Group A index because the Michael Clarke-led one-day team is currently ranked first in the ICC standings for this style of play. Spread sellers for Australia in this market and in the tournament outright index at 23 (spread 23–26) will be crossing their fingers that the Baggy Greens' hat-trick from winning the West Indies title four years ago would coincide with the end of Australia's tournament winning streak.


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