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Jon Riley 17th Feb 2011 - 12:02

World Cup Cricket: 89% Say India To Get Off To A Flyer!

India are all the rage with William Hill customers as 89% say they will beat Bangladesh in the opening match of the World Cup. Hills rate India at 1/7 to beat Bangladesh, with India 4/9 to score more sixes than their opponents. Hills offer 6/5 that a century will be scored in the match and Tendulkar is 11/4 to be top bat.

"Punters see India as a Banker in the first match and are using the game to bankroll their tournament bets," said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.
1/7 India, 9/2 Bangladesh

Most Sixes: 4/9 India, 11/4 Bangladesh

Century Scored In Match: 6/5 Yes, 8/13 No

Top Bat vs Bangladesh: 11/4 Tendulkar, 11/4 Sehwag, 7/2 Gambhir, 5/1 Kohli, 13/2 Yuvraj Singh, 7/1 Suresh Raina, 8/1 MS Dhoni, 12/1 Pathan, 40/1 H Singh, 66/1 Bar

England Opening Match: 1/20 England, 9/1 Holland

To Qualify From Group B: 1/25 Yes, 9/1 No

To Top Group B: 7/4 India, 5/2 South Africa, 5/2 England, 6/1 West Indies, 14/1 Bangladesh, 100/1 Ireland, 200/1 Holland

Top England Tournament Batsman: 3/1 Trott, 10/3 Strauss, 7/2 Pietersen, 5/1 Bell, 11/2 Prior, 8/1 Bopara, 10/1 Collingwood, 50/1 Yardy, 50/1 Wright, 80/1 Bresnan, 125/1 Bar

Top England Bowler: 9/4 Swann, 3/1 Broad, 10/3 Anderson, 11/2 Shahzad, 11/2 Bresnan, 7/1 Yardy, 12/1 Tredwell, 33/1 Wright, 50/1 Collingwood

Team To Score Most Sixes: 13/8 India, 5/1 Australia, 11/2 Pakistan, 11/2 South Africa, 8/1 West Indies,10/1 Sri Lanka, 12/1 New Zealand, 16/1 England, 33/1 Bangladesh, 66/1 Zimbabwe, 150/1 Bar

William Hill Fastest Fifty Of The Tournament: 16/1 Chris Gayle, 16/1 Virender Sehwag, 16/1 Yusuf Pathan, 16/1 Ahahid Afridi, 20/1 Kieron Pollard, 22/1 Shane Watson, 25/1 Jesse Ryder, 25/1 Tamim Iqbal, 25/1 A B de Villiers, 25/1 Tillekeratne Dilshan, 25/1 Yuvraj Singh, 28/1 Hashim Amala, 28/1 Ross Taylor, 33/1 Kevin Pietersen, 33/1 Suresh Raina, 33/1 Sachin Tendulkar, 33/1 Brad Haddin, 33/1 Graeme Smith, 33/1 Kumar Sangakkara, 33/1 Maheka Jayawaredene, 33/1 Brendon McCullum, 33/1 Matt Prior, 33/1 MS Doni, 33/1 Cameron White, 40/1 Bar

Friendless England Out To 9/1 For Cricket World Cup!

William Hill have pushed out the price of England winning the World Cup from 7/1 to 9/1 as they remain largely friendless. "Moving Pietersen up the batting order has convinced us that England are desperate and we are happy to take England on," said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.

William Hill Cricket World Cup: 11/4 India, 7/2 Sri Lanka, 9/2 South Africa, 11/2 Australia, 9/1 England, 8/1 Pakistan, 20/1 New Zealand, 22/1 West Indies, 33/1 Bangladesh, 250/1 Zimbabwe, 500/1 Ireland, 1000/1 Canada, 1000/1 Holland, 1000/1 Kenya

 

 

 
 
 

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