India is the favorite for the world title in the satta market
Mumbai: India are the favorites to win the game against Pakistan in the long-awaited Super 12 T20 Men’s World Cup match on Sunday. India sits at 1.47 versus Pakistan’s 2.75 in the satta market as the teams face off in their opener in Dubai. It is not just spectators who will be looking for a favorable outcome, punters are also hoping to see India win.
In view of past results, Virat Kohli and his men are favorites to win the match. “There is always a lot of interest in this game on the 22-meter track and the money flow has been good,” one of the bookies said on condition of anonymity.
“This is just the start and I’m sure the money exchange will be positive as the T20 World Cup is being played in the United Arab Emirates.”
“I’m sure India will win comfortably, ”said one of the punters.
On the opening day of Super 12 on Saturday there was more money in the game between England and the West Indies compared to Australia against South Africa.
Globally. India tops the list of bookmakers as favorites to win the tournament. India has a rating of 2.50 followed by England at 3.00 while Australia and the West Indies sit at 6.00.
India won the first T20 World Cup in 2007 and this result undoubtedly changed the future of the format and of cricket in general.
England reached the final in 2016 and seemed to have the trophy in their bag before being snatched, thanks to Carlos Brathwaite’s four consecutive sixes. Jos Buttler, Eoin Morgan, Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow will take over. England have a lot of players returning to cricket after a long break.
The other contenders are Australia, New Zealand and the West Indies. The Pacific neighbors have an equal chance to win the title. Australia has struggled lately but has a tendency to stand up for world tournaments. After reaching the 2019 World Cup final and winning the World Testing Championship, this is yet another title New Zealand captain Kane Williamson would love to have.
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Posted on: Saturday October 23, 2021 11:59 PM IST