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Cricket betting in India is extremely popular across the country. Cricket has a long established history in India dating all the way back to the 1700’s. It is one of the most bet on sports in India along with football and tennis. While there are no official websites from India to place bets on, there are many trusted European betting sites that accept bets from Indian residents. Some even accept rupees directly. Below you will find the best satta sites for cricket online from India, a schedule for domestic tournaments, and some cricket betting tips. You will find more detail on the various topics on dedicated pages.
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Live Cricket Betting – In Match Betting
Live cricket betting is sometimes referred to as ‘in-match’, ‘in-play’ or ‘in-running’ betting which allows betters to place bets during a live match as the game advances. For example, instead of just betting on the final score or outcome of the cricket match, bettors can bet how the next dismissal will occur, how many runs a team will score on the next ball or the next man out. This is available at online betting sites through live stream technology that allows players to view and bet on the match in real time. This adds a level of excitement to the game that is not available through traditional ‘static’ betting. Having a solid internet connection makes this method much more enjoyable as it reduces the lag between the real time event and reception of the event. Live betting is fast passed and requires that the bettor maintains total focus to keep track of the match as it progresses and the odds offered on each bet. Since the bets are real time, bettors must quickly act to make some of the bets in real time.
We prefer to use www.Bet365.com for our live cricket betting. They have the most user friendly experience.
Overview of Cricket in India
As we mentioned before, India has a long and rich history in the sport of cricket. From its introduction in 1721 by British mariners, to the first known club, The Calcutta Cricket and Football Club forming in 1792, and a proud legacy of international events and tournaments, India is known as a major force in the sport. It’s excitement as a betting event is hard to match. This is in no small part due to the emotional attachment and sense of pride that Indians have with the sport.
Major Domestic Cricket Tournaments 2015-2016
NKP Salve Challenger Trophy [October before start of Ranji Season]. Began in 1994 by the BCCI. Named after N.K.P. Salve. Played before the beginning of the Ranji Trophy. Played between 3 teams India Seniors (India Blue), India A (India Red) and India B (India Green).
Duleep Trophy [October]. Named after Kumar Shri Duleepsinhji. Began in 1961 by the BCCI. Features teams from different regions of India (North, South, Central, East, West).
Ranji Trophy [November - February] Named after Kumar Shri Ranjitsinhji and the first of the organized trophy tournaments in 1934, it is regarded as the premier tournament for Cricket in India.
Irani Cup/Trophy [After Ranji Trophy]. Named after Sal Irani. Began in 1949. The cup used to be played at the beginning of the season to mark the start of the new domestic season. Features the winners of the Ranji Trophy and the Rest of India Team.
BCCI Raj Corporate Trophy [After Ranji Final]. Began in 2009 and created by the Board of Control for Cricket in India. 12 teams, 50 over side with corporate teams. Usually plays the beginning of the cricket season in September, but in 2012-2013 season it will play after the Ranji Final.
Vijay Hazare Trophy [End of Season]. Named after Vijay Hazare. Began in 2002 and composed of teams from the Ranji Trophy plates.
Deodhar Trophy [End of Season]. Named after D.B. Deohar. Began in 1973. 50-over knockout tournament played by 5 regional teams of India (North, South, Central, East, West).
Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy [End of Season]. Named after Syed Mushtaq Ali. Began in 2008 by the BCCI. T20 form tournament.
Indian Premier League (IPL) [April-May].Began in 2008 by the BCCI. T20 format. It is one of the most popular and profitable tournaments. Valued at $4 Billion as of 2012. Average player salary is $4 million.
Indian Cricket Team
The national Indian Cricket Team participates in international ODI, Test and T20 events. India has shown some success throughout their history on the international stage. The 80′s and early 90′s were a strong period for the Indian national team, winning the Cricket World Cup (1983), Asia Cup (1984, 1988, 1990, 1995), World Championship of Cricket (1985). After hitting a slump during the 90′s including a bit of scandal, the Indian Cricket Team has come out with some strong showings in international events, starting with 3rd place in the Asia Cup in 2000, then joint champions of the ICC Champions Trophy in 2002, runners up in the Asia Cup in 2004 and 2008, Champions of the Asia Cup in 2010 and a 3rd place finish in 2012. Their current standings are 5th (Test), 1st (ODI) and 3rd (T20). The Indian Cricket Team seems to be in a new era of cricket. We certainly look forward to the 2013 ICC Trophy this year. Not to mention what they might bring in the next Cricket World Cup in 2015.
2013 International Cricket Fixtures for India:
India vs Australia Test Series 2013 [Feb - March]
IPL 2013 [April - May]
ICC Trophy 2013 [June]
India Tour of Zimbabwe 2013 [July]
Australia Tour of India 2013 [October]
India Tour of South Africa [Nov '13 - Jan '14]
Cricket Satta Tips and Strategy
Different types of bettors. There are different types of bettors out there. Some are looking purely for the thrill of the bet. They will bet on anything and everything, they are primarily looking for entertainment. Some simply bet on their favorite team, doubling down on their commitment to their team and adding excitement to the outcome of the match. Some play for profit, they are careful only too look for good values; to them the process is more of a science than an art. Know what kind of bettor you are and play accordingly.
Betting for the Thrill. If you are looking to bet for the thrill. Look into proposition and exotic bets. These allow you to bet on all kinds of events and outcomes. This includes event crowd size, odd or even scores, wickets for individual bowlers and more. They add a level of excitement to the game that simple match bets don’t offer. They have a higher level of risk, but that is part of the fun!
Playing for Value. If you are playing for value, take it very serious. Look at each bet as an investment. The idea of making money in the long run is to make bets on favorable odds, where the betting sites have undervalued certain outcomes. Stick to more conventional bets, mainly the match winner. This way tends to be less exciting because to take it serious you have to commit hours and hours each event to determine value.
The Pitch. Conditions of the pitch from stadium to stadium vary. The difference can make a significant difference in how the game is played and how various players preform.
The Venue. Consider home or away as teams often preform better when they have a supportive crowed behind them. Research to see past performance in the stadium of the different teams if this history is available.
Don’t Forget the Weather! Like in other sports, wet games tend to produce lower scores, whereas better conditions will provide amble scoring opportunities. This also includes wind speed and direction, as well as day or night games. Make sure to check the tendencies of the teams playing in various conditions. Do they play well in particular conditions vs their opponents?