October 2015 Blog Posts (1)

Match Scores

Match Scores means rather than predicting for a particular number, choosing a range like a team will score between 190-200.

Other betting propositions for Cricket Team are First Innings Score, Team Innings Scores, Most Match Sixes and Total Fours and so on.

Cricket Player Propositions

This online cricket betting proposition includes betting on a specific player or team.

Betting on Top batsman, Team of top…

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Added by Peter Paul on October 2, 2015 at 1:29am — No Comments

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