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Example of Spread Betting

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For example, a popular market on spread cricket betting tips sites is ‘player performance’, where a value is given to each action undertaken – one point for each run, ten points for each catch, and twenty points for each wicket for example – and then an estimated total points performance provided for any given player. The punter can then decide whether they believe the player will perform above or below the predicted spread, and bet accordingly.
Future prop bets are pretty much of the same nature, except applied to future events, generally over the course of a series or tournament. This may be a bet on the leading wicket taker or the total number of sixes in a tournament. There are also numerous unusual future prop bets, such as the total number of runs scored from free hits during the one day international World Cup.
Prop bets in cricket are a great way to maintain an interest in matches where there is not a great deal of action to be had in the main markets, and also allow a punter to exploit any specific area in which they feel they have some special knowledge or skill. Knowing the particular quirks of any given player can quickly be turned to your advantage if you have a good knowledge of cricket prop betting and get the money placed at just the right time.
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