England 8/1 To Go Unbeaten Remaining 10 Tests Of Year
After cruising to victory against New Zealand, William Hill make England 8/1 to go unbeaten in test match cricket for the remainder of this calendar year.
Going into the second test at Headingley, England are 4/7 to win, while New Zealand are 8/1 with the draw 2/1.
Stuart Broad and James Anderson grabbed 15 of New Zealand's wickets between them and William Hill are offering 50/1 that they manage to take all 20 of them in the next test starting Friday. Anderson is 8/11 to take more wickets in the next test than Braod (who is Evens).
"Braod and Anderson were the fulcrum of a quite remarkable England victory and they will be expected to be at point again in Yorkshire and if they can recreate their form of the last few days then they could feasibly bag a full house between them," said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
Second test: 4/7 England; 2/1 draw; 8/1 New Zealand
Who will take more wickets: 8/11 James Anderson; 1/1 Stuart Broad
50/1 James Anderson and Stuart Broad to take all 20 of New Zealand's wickets in second test