Cricket Rules

Match Markets


Match Betting
Description: Who will win the match?


Rules: All match betting will be settled in accordance with official competition rules.


In matches affected by adverse weather, bets will be settled according to the official result.


If there is no official result, all bets will be void.


In the case of a tie, if the official competition rules do not determine a winner then dead-heat rules will apply. In competitions where a bowl off or super over determines a winner, bets will be settled on the official result.


In First Class Matches, if the official result is a tie, bets will be settled as a dead-heat between both teams. Bets on the draw will be settled as losers.


If a match is abandoned due to external factors, then bets will be void unless a winner is declared based on the official competition rules.


If a match is cancelled then all bets will be void if it is not replayed or restarted within 36 hours of its advertised start time.


Match Betting: Double Chance
Description: Will the match result be either of the three options given?

 

 


Rules: A tie will be settled as a dead heat.


All match betting will be settled in accordance with official competition rules.


If there is no official result, all bets will be void.


Match Betting: Draw No Bet
Description: Who will win the match given that all bets will be void if the match is a draw?

 


Rules: A tie will be settled as a dead heat.


All match betting will be settled in accordance with official competition rules.


If there is no official result, all bets will be void.


Tied Match
Description: Will the match be tied?

 


Rules: All bets will be settled according to the official result.


If the match is abandoned or there is no official result, all bets will be void.


For First Class matches a tie is when the side batting in the fourth innings is bowled out when the scores are level.


Toss Winner
Description: Who will win the toss?

 

 


Rules: If no toss takes place, all bets will be void.


Toss/Win Double
Description: Who will win the toss, and then who will win the game?

 

 


Rules: Toss Winner rules as above.


Match Winner rules as above.


Runs in First Over
Description: How many runs will be scored in the first over of the match?

 


Rules: The first over must be completed for bets to stand unless settlement has already been determined. If an innings ends during an over then that over will be deemed to be complete unless the innings is ended due to external factors, including bad weather, in which case all bets will be void, unless settlement has already been determined. In First Class matches the market refers only to each team’s first innings.


Extras and penalty runs in the particular over count towards settlement.


Runs off First Delivery
Description: How many runs will be scored off the first delivery of the match?

 


Rules: The result will be determined by the number of runs added to the team total, off the first ball of the match.


For settlement purposes, all illegal balls count as deliveries. For example, if the over starts with a wide, then the first delivery will be settled as 1 and, although there has not been a legal ball bowled, the next ball will be deemed as delivery 2 for that over.


If the delivery leads to free hit, the runs scored off the additional delivery do not count.


All runs, whether off the bat or not are included. For example, a wide with three extra runs taken equates to 4 runs in total off that delivery.


In First Class matches the market refers only to each team’s first innings.


Runs in Groups of Overs
Description: How many runs will be scored in the first specified number of overs?

 


Rules: If the specified number of overs are not complete the bet will be void, unless the team is all out, declares, reaches their target or settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In First Class matches the market refers only to each team’s first innings.


Wickets in Groups of Overs
Description: How many wickets will fall in the first specified number of overs?

 


Rules: If the specified number of overs are not complete the bet will be void, unless the team is all out, declares, reaches their target or settlement of the bet has already been determined.


For settlement purposes, if a batsman is timed out or retired out then the wicket is deemed to have taken place on the previous ball.


In First Class matches the market refers only to each team’s first innings.


Runs in First Partnership
Description: How many runs will the batting team have scored when the first wicket falls?

 


Rules: If the batting team reaches the end of their allotted overs, reaches their target or declares before the first wicket falls, the result will be the total amassed.


For settlement purposes, a batsman retiring hurt does not count as a wicket.


In limited overs matches, bets will be void if the innings has been reduced due to external factors, including bad weather, if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in the innings, unless settlement has already been determined. Result will be considered determined if the lines at which the bet was placed is passed, or if a wicket has fallen.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In First Class matches the market refers only to each team’s first innings.


Method of First Dismissal
Description: How will the first batsman be out?

 


Rules: Retired hurt will not count as the first wicket. If the first batsman retires out, all bets will be void. If the specified wicket does not fall, all bets will be void.


In First Class matches the market refers only to each team’s first innings.


Match Fours
Description: How many fours will be hit in the match?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


Only fours scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total fours. Overthrows, all run fours and extras do not count.


Fours scored in a super over do not count.


Match Sixes
Description: How many sixes will be hit in the match?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


Only sixes scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total fours. Overthrows and extras do not count.


Sixes scored in a super over do not count.


Match Run Outs
Description: How many run outs will there be in the match?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


Run outs in a super over do not count.


Maximum Over in Match
Description: How many runs will be scored in the highest scoring over in the match?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


All runs, including extras, count towards settlement.


Super overs do not count.


Match Ducks
Description: How many ducks will be scored in total in the match?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


A duck is classed as someone being dismissed for zero runs. Retired hurt does not count as a dismissal.


Ducks in a super over do not count.


Match Wides
Description: How many wides will be scored in total in the match?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


Any runs resulting from a wide delivery, except penalty runs, will count towards the final total.


Wides in a super over do not count.


Match Extras
Description: How many extras will be scored in total in the match?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


All wide deliveries, no balls, byes, leg byes and penalty runs in the match count towards the final result. If there are runs off the bat as well as extras from the same delivery, the runs off the bat do not count towards the final total.


Extras in a super over do not count.


Match Wickets
Description: How many wickets will fall in the match?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


Retired hurt does not count as a dismissal.


Wickets in a super over do not count.


Match Top Batsman
Description: Which batsman will score the most runs in the match?

 


Rules: The result of this market is determined on the batsman with the highest individual score in the match.


In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in each innings at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather.


Top batsmen bets for First Class matches apply only to the first innings of each team, and will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless both first innings have been completed.


When two or more players score the same number of runs, dead-heat rules will apply.


Runs scored in a super over do not count.


Match Top Bowler
Description: Which bowler will take the most wickets in the match?

 


Rules: The result of this market is determined on the bowler with the most wickets in the match.


In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in each innings at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather.


Top bowler bets for First Class matches apply only to the first innings of each team, and will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless both first innings have been completed.


If two or more bowlers have taken the same number of wickets, the bowler who has conceded the fewest runs will be the winner. If there are two or more bowlers with the same wickets taken and runs conceded, dead heat rules will apply. Wickets taken in a super over don’t count.


Team of Top Batsman
Description: Which team will contain the top batsman in the match?

 


Rules: Same rules apply as Match Top Batsman, with dead heat rules applying if the runs scored by the top batsman on both teams is the same.


Team of Top Bowler
Description: Which team will contain the top bowler in the match?

 


Rules: Same rules apply as Match Top Bowler, with dead heat rules applying if the wickets taken by the top bowler on both teams is the same.


Man of the Match
Description: Who will be named Man of the Match?

 


Rules: Bets will be settled on the officially declared man of the match.


Dead-heat rules apply.


If no man of the match is officially declared then all bets will be void.


First Innings Lead
Description: What will be the run deficit between first innings in a First Class match?

 

 


Rules: Both first innings must be completed. Dead heat rules apply in the case of a tie.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


Fifty/Hundred in Match
Description: Will there be a fifty/hundred scored in the match?

 


Rules: Any score of 50 and above counts as a fifty. Similar for hundred.


In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


Fifty/Hundred in First Innings
Description: Will there be a fifty/hundred scored in the first innings of the match?

 


Rules: Any score of 50 and above counts as a fifty. Similar for hundred.


In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in the first innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, the innings must be completed, or over 200 overs, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


Highest Individual Score
Description: What will be the highest score by a batsman in the match?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined


Dead heat rules apply.


Rabbit Runs
Description: How many runs will the number 11s score in the match?

 

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled.


The number 11 is taken to be the last man to come out to bat in the innings, regardless of previously stated batting order.


If the innings is completed without the number 11 coming to the crease, that batsman will be deemed to have scored 0.

 

 

 


Head to Heads


Most Runs in First Over
Description: Which team will score the most runs in the first over of their first innings?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, if the match is shortened due to external factors after the start of the first innings, the market will be void.


Most Runs in Groups of Overs
Description: Which team will score the most runs in the first specified number of overs of their first innings?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, if the match is shortened due to external factors after the start of the first innings, the market will be void.


Highest First Partnership
Description: Which team will score the most runs before losing their first wicket?

 


Rules: Same as Runs in First Partnership.


Most Fours
Description: Which team will hit the most fours?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In First Class games, only first innings fours will count.


Most Sixes
Description: Which team will hit the most sixes?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In First Class games, only first innings sixes will count.


Batsman v Batsman
Description: Which of the named players will score the most runs?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


Both players must be named in the starting eleven. If either does not then subsequently bat all bets are void.


In First Class games, only first innings runs will count.


Runs scored in a super over do not count.


Bowler v Bowler
Description: Which of the named players will take the most wickets?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


Both players must be named in the starting eleven. If either does not then subsequently bowl all bets are still settled.


In First Class games, only first innings wickets will count.


Wickets taken in a super over do not count.


All-Rounder v All-Rounder
Description: Which of the named players will score the most points in the player performance scoring system?

 


Rules: Points are scored as follows: 1 point per run, 20 points per wicket, 10 points per catch, 25 points per stumping.


In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled.


Both players must be named in the starting eleven. If either player does not then subsequently bat or bowl then all bets are still settled.


In First Class games, only first innings points will count.


Points scored in a super over do not count.


Keeper v Keeper
Description: Which of the named wicket keepers score the more points in the player performance scoring system?

 


Rules: Points are scored as above.


In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled.


Both named players must start the match as a wicket keeper but if their playing role changes for any reason all bets will still be settled in accordance with scoring system above.


In First Class games, only first innings points will count.


Points scored in a super over do not count.


Most Keeper Catches
Description: Which team’s wicket keeper will take more catches?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


If a team changes their wicket keeper mid innings, the catches taken by the replacement will count towards settlement.


In First Class games, only first innings catches will count.


Catches taken in a super over do not count.


Most Catches
Description: Which team will take more catches? Including fielders and wicket keeper.

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In First Class games, only first innings catches will count.


Catches taken in a super over do not count.


Most Stumpings
Description: Which team will take more stumpings?

 


Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In First Class games, only first innings stumpings will count.


Stumpings taken in a super over do not count.


Most Run Outs Conceded
Description: Which team will concede the most run outs in the match?

 


Rules: A run out “conceded” means that a member of that team will be run out while batting.


In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.


In First Class games, only first innings run outs will count.


Run Outs in a super over do not count.

 

 

 


Team Markets


Runs in Team A First Over
Description: How many runs will Team A score off the first over of their first innings?

 


Rules: Same as Runs in First Over.


Runs in Team A Group of Overs
Description: How many runs will Team A score in the first specified number of overs?

 


Rules: Same as Runs in Groups of Overs.


Runs in Team A First Partnership
Description: How many runs will Team A score before their first wicket falls?

 


Rules: Same as Runs in First Partnership.


Team A Method of First Dismissal
Description: How will the first batsman in Team A be out?

 


Rules: Same as Method of First Dismissal.


Team A Fours
Description: How many fours will Team A score?

 


Rules: Same as Match Fours, with the 80% of required overs only applying to Team A’s innings.


In First Class matches where the result will solely be based on the first innings of each team.


Team A Sixes
Description: How many sixes will Team A score?

 


Rules: Same as Match Sixes, with the 80% of required overs only applying to Team A’s innings.


In First Class matches where the result will solely be based on the first innings of each team.


Team A Innings Run Outs
Description: How many of Team A will be run out?

 


Rules: Same as Match Run Outs, with the 80% of required overs only applying to Team A’s innings.


In First Class matches where the result will solely be based on the first innings of each team.


Team A Maximum Over
Description: How many runs will be scored in the highest scoring over of Team A’s innings?

 


Rules: Same as Maximum Over in Match, with the 80% of required overs only applying to Team A’s innings.


In First Class matches where the result will solely be based on the first innings of each team.


Team A Ducks
Description: How many of Team A will score a duck in their innings?

 


Rules: Same as Match Ducks, with the 80% of required overs only applying to Team A’s innings.


In First Class matches where the result will solely be based on the first innings of each team.


Team A Wides
Description: How many wides will there be when Team A are batting?

 


Rules: Same as Match Wides, with the 80% of required overs only applying to when Team A are batting.


In First Class matches where the result will solely be based on the first innings of each team.


Team A Extras
Description: How many extras will there be when Team A are batting?

 


Rules: Same as Match Extras, with the 80% of required overs only applying to when Team A are batting.


In First Class matches where the result will solely be based on the first innings of each team.


Team A Wickets Lost
Description: How many wickets will wickets will fall when Team A are batting?

 


Rules: Same as Match Wickets, with the full overs required only applying to when Team A are bowling.


In First Class matches where the result will solely be based on the first innings of each team.


Team A Top Batsman
Description: Which batsman will score the most runs for Team A?

 


Rules: The result of this market is determined on the batsman with the highest individual score in Team A’s first innings.


Otherwise, same as Match Top Batsman, with the 50% of required overs only applying in Team A’s innings.

 

 


Team A Top Bowler
Description: Which bowler will take the most wickets for Team A?

 


Rules: The result of this market is determined on the bowler with the most wickets when Team A are bowling in the first innings. If two or more bowlers have taken the same number of wickets, the bowler who has conceded the fewest runs will be the winner. If there are two or more bowlers with the same wickets taken and runs conceded, dead heat rules will apply.


Otherwise, same as Match Top Bowler, with the 50% of required overs only applying when Team A are bowling.

 

 

 


Player Markets


Player A Runs
Description: How many runs will Player A score?

 


Rules: If the batsman finishes the innings not out, as a result of a declaration, the team reaching the end of their allotted overs, or the team reaching their target; his score will be the final result. If a batsman does not bat, the bet will be void. If a batsman is not in the starting 11, bets will be void.


If a batsman retires hurt, but returns later, the total runs scored by that batsman in the innings will count. If the batsman does not return later, the final result will be as it stood when the batsman retired.


In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in the relevant innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined, or goes on to be determined . Result will be considered determined if the line at which the bet was placed is passed, or the batsman is dismissed.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless the player has completed their innings, or result has already been determined .


In First Class games, only first innings runs will count.


Runs scored in a super over do not count.


Player A Fours
Description: How many fours will Player A score?

 


Rules: If a batsman finishes the innings not out, as a result of a declaration, the team reaching the end of their allotted overs, or the team reaching their target; his number of fours will be the final result. If a batsman does not bat, the bet will be void. If a batsman is not in the starting 11, bets will be void.


If a batsman retires hurt, but returns later, the total fours hit by that batsman in the innings will count. If the batsman does not return later, the final result will be as it stood when the batsman retired.


In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in the relevant innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined, or goes on to be determined . Result will be considered determined if the line at which the bet was placed is passed, or the batsman is dismissed.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless the player has completed their innings, or result has already been determined.


Only fours scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total fours. Overthrows, all run fours and extras do not count.


In First Class games, only first innings fours will count.


Fours scored in a super over do not count.


Player A Sixes
Description: How many sixes will Player A score?

 


Rules: If a batsman finishes the innings not out, as a result of a declaration, the team reaching the end of their allotted overs, or the team reaching their target; his number of sixes will be the final result. If a batsman does not bat, the bet will be void. If a batsman is not in the starting 11, bets will be void.


If a batsman retires hurt, but returns later, the total sixes hit by that batsman in the innings will count. If the batsman does not return later, the final result will be as it stood when the batsman retired.


In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in the relevant innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined, or goes on to be determined . Result will be considered determined if the line at which the bet was placed is passed, or the batsman is dismissed.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless the player has completed their innings, or result has already been determined .


Only sixes scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total fours. Overthrows and extras do not count.


In First Class games, only first innings sixes will count.


Sixes scored in a super over do not count.


Player A Wickets
Description: How many wickets will Player A take?

 


Rules: If a bowler does not bowl, he will be deemed to have taken 0 wickets. If a bowler is not in the starting 11, bets will be void.


In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in the relevant innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined. Result will be considered determined if the line at which the bet was placed is passed.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless the player’s bowling innings is complete.


In First Class games, only first innings wickets will count.


Wickets scored in a super over do not count.


Player A Player Performance
Description: How many points will Player A score in the player performance scoring system?


Rules: Points are scored as in All-Rounder v All-Rounder Head to Heads.


If the player does not bat or bowl, but is in the staring eleven, all bets will still be settled. If the player is not in the starting eleven bets will be void.


In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined. Result will be considered determined if the line at which the bet was placed is passed.


In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless both first innings have been completed.


In First Class games, only first innings points will count.


Points scored in a super over do not count.

In-Play Market Details

Match Betting Description: Who will win the match?
Rules: All match betting will be settled in accordance with official competition rules.
In matches affected by adverse weather, bets will be settled according to the official result.
If there is no official result, all bets will be void.
In the case of a tie, if the official competition rules do not determine a winner then dead-heat rules will apply. In competitions where a bowl off or super over determines a winner, bets will be settled on the official result.
In First Class Matches, if the official result is a tie, bets will be settled as a dead-heat between both teams. Bets on the draw will be settled as losers.
If a match is abandoned due to external factors, then bets will be void unless a winner is declared based on the official competition rules.
If a match is cancelled then all bets will be void if it is not replayed or restarted within 36 hours of its advertised start time.
Match Betting: Double Chance Description: Will the match result be either of the three options given?

Rules: A tie will be settled as a dead heat.
All match betting will be settled in accordance with official competition rules.
If there is no official result, all bets will be void.
Match Betting: Draw No Bet Description: Who will win the match given that all bets will be void if the match is a draw?

Rules: A tie will be settled as a dead heat.
All match betting will be settled in accordance with official competition rules.
If there is no official result, all bets will be void.
Tied Match Description: Will the match be tied?

Rules: All bets will be settled according to the official result.
If the match is abandoned or there is no official result, all bets will be void.
For First Class matches a tie is when the side batting second is bowled out for a second time with scores level.
Most Fours Description: Which team will hit the most fours?

Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
Only fours scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total fours. Overthrows, all run fours and extras do not count.
Fours scored in a super over do not count.
In First Class games, only first innings fours will count.
Most Sixes Description: Which team will hit the most sixes?

Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
Only sixes scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total sixes. Overthrows and extras do not count.
Sixes scored in a super over do not count.
In First Class games, only first innings sixes will count.
Most Extras Description: Which team will have the most extras added to their batting score?

Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
All wide deliveries, no balls, byes, leg byes and penalty runs in the match count towards the final result. If there are runs off the bat as well as extras from the same delivery, the runs off the bat do not count towards the final total.
Extras in a super over do not count.
In First Class games, only first innings extras will count.
Most Run Outs Conceded Description: Which team will concede the most run outs in the match?

Rules: A run out “conceded” means that a member of that team will be run out while batting.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
Run Outs in a super over do not count.
In First Class games, only first innings run outs will count.
Highest First Over Description: Which team will score the most runs in the first over of their innings?

Rules: The first over must be completed for bets to stand unless settlement has already been determined. If during the first over the innings is ended due to external factors, including bad weather, all bets will be void, unless settlement has already been determined.
In limited overs matches, if the match is shortened due to external factors after the start of the first innings, the market will be void.
In First Class matches the market refers only to each team’s first innings.
Extras and penalty runs in the particular over count towards settlement.
Highest First Group of Overs Description: Which team will score the most runs after the first specified number overs of their innings?

Rules: If the specified number of overs are not complete the bet will be void, unless the team is all out, declares, reaches their target or settlement of the bet has already been determined.
In limited overs matches, if the match is shortened due to external factors after the start of the first innings, the market will be void.
In First Class matches the market refers only to each team’s first innings.
Highest First Partnership Description: Which team will score the most runs before losing their first wicket?

Rules: If the batting team reaches the end of their allotted overs, reaches their target or declares before the first wicket falls, the result will be the total amassed.
For settlement purposes, a batsman retiring hurt does not count as a wicket.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if the innings has been reduced due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has already been determined.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
In First Class matches the market refers only to each team’s first innings.
Match Market

Match Fours Description: How many fours will be in hit in the match?

Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
Only fours scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total fours. Overthrows, all run fours and extras do not count.
Fours scored in a super over do not count.
Match Sixes Description: How many sixes will be hit in the match?

Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
Only sixes scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total fours. Overthrows and extras do not count.
Sixes scored in a super over do not count.
Match Extras Description: How many extras will be scored in the match?

Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
All wide deliveries, no balls, byes, leg byes and penalty runs in the match count towards the final result. If there are runs off the bat as well as extras from the same delivery, the runs off the bat do not count towards the final total.
Extras in a super over do not count.
Match Run Outs Description: How many run outs will there be in the match?

Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
Run outs in a super over do not count.
Maximum Over in Match Description: How many runs will be scored in the highest scoring over of the match?

Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
All runs, including extras, count towards settlement.
Super overs do not count.
Match Top Batsman Description: Which batsman will score the most runs in the match?

Rules: The result of this market is determined on the batsman with the highest individual score in the match.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in either innings at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather.
Top batsmen bets for First Class matches apply only to the first innings of each team, and will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
When two or more players score the same number of runs, dead-heat rules will apply.
Runs scored in a super over do not count.
Match Top Bowler Description: Which bowler will take the most wickets in the match?

Rules: The result of this market is determined on the bowler with the most wickets in the match.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in either innings at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather
Top bowler bets for First Class matches apply only to the first innings of each team, and will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
If two or more bowlers have taken the same number of wickets, the bowler who has conceded the fewest runs will be the winner. If there are two or more bowlers with the same wickets taken and runs conceded, dead heat rules will apply. Wickets taken in a super over don’t count.
Man of the Match Description: Who will be named man of the match?

Rules: Bets will be settled on the officially declared man of the match.
Dead-heat rules apply.
If no man of the match is officially declared then all bets will be void.
Delivery Market
Runs off Delivery Description: How many runs will be scored off the specified delivery?

Rules: The result will be determined by the number of runs added to the team total, off the specified delivery.
For settlement purposes, all illegal balls count as deliveries. For example, if an over starts with a wide, then the first delivery will be settled as 1 and, although there has not been a legal ball bowled, the next ball will be deemed as delivery 2 for that over.
If a delivery leads to free hit or a free hit is to be re-bowled because of an illegal delivery, the runs scored off the additional delivery do not count.
All runs, whether off the bat or not are included. For example, a wide with three extra runs taken equates to 4 runs in total off that delivery.
Over Market
Runs in Over Description: How many runs will be scored in the specified over?

Rules: The specified over must be completed for bets to stand unless settlement has already been determined. If an innings ends during an over then that over will be deemed to be complete unless the innings is ended due to external factors, including bad weather, in which case all bets will be void, unless settlement has already been determined.
If the over does not commence for any reason, all bets will be void.
Extras and penalty runs in the particular over count towards settlement.
Boundary in Over Description: Will there be a boundary scored in the specified over?

Rules: As “Runs in Over”.
Only boundaries scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count as a boundary. Overthrows, all run fours and extras do not count as boundaries.
Wicket in Over Description: Will a wicket fall in the specified over?

Rules: As “Runs in Over”.
For settlement purposes, any wicket will count, including run outs. A batsman retiring hurt does not count as a wicket. If a batsman is timed out or retired out then the wicket is deemed to have taken place on the previous ball.
Over Odd/Even Description: Will the number of runs scored in the specified over be odd or even?

Rules: As “Runs in Over”.
Zero will be deemed to be an even number.
Group Market
Runs in Groups of Overs Description: How many runs will be scored in the specified number of overs?

Rules: If the specified number of overs are not complete the bet will be void, unless the team is all out, declares, reaches their target or settlement of the bet has already been determined.
Wickets in Groups of Overs Description: How many wickets will fall in the specified number of overs?

Rules: If the specified number of overs are not complete the bet will be void, unless the team is all out, declares, reaches their target or settlement of the bet has already been determined.
For settlement purposes, if a batsman is timed out or retired out then the wicket is deemed to have taken place on the previous ball.
Runs in Session Description: How many runs will be scored in the specified session?

Rules: The result is determined by the total number of runs scored in the specified session, regardless of which team has scored them.
If fewer than 20 overs are bowled in a session, bets will be void unless settlement has already been determined.
Innings Market
Innings Runs Description: How many runs will a team score in a specified innings?

Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to have been bowled at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. Bets placed on a future innings will remain valid regardless of the runs scored in any current or previous innings.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
Innings Wickets Description: How many wickets will the batting team lose in the current innings?

Rules: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to have been bowled at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
Retired hurt does not count as a dismissal.
Innings Fours Description: How many fours will the batting team hit in their current innings?

Rules: Same as Most Fours.
Innings Sixes Description: How many sixes will the batting team hit in their current innings?

Rules: Same as Most Sixes.
Innings Extras Description: How many extras will be added to the named team’s batting innings?

Rules: Same as Most Extras.
Innings Run Outs Description: How many run outs will be conceded in the innings?

Rules: Same as Most Extras.
Maximum Over in Innings Description: How many runs will be scored off the highest scoring over of the current innings?

Rules: Same as Maximum Over in Match
Innings Runs, Odd or Even? Description: Will the total innings runs be odd or even?

Rules: If the innings is abandoned, forfeited or there is no official result, all bets will be void.
Innings to finish with a Boundary Description: Will the last ball of the innings be a boundary?

Rules: Only boundaries scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count as a boundary. Overthrows, all run fours and extras do not count as boundaries.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if there is any reduction in the number of overs scheduled to have been bowled at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather.
If the match is abandoned or there is no official result, all bets will be void.
Exact Runs in Innings Description: How many runs exactly will the team batting in the final innings score?

Rules: Bets will be settled according to the official result.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if there is any reduction in the number of overs scheduled to have been bowled at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather.
If the match is abandoned or there is no official result, all bets will be void.
Top Batsman in Innings Description: Which batsman will score the most runs for the named team?

Rules: The result of this market is determined on the batsman with the highest individual score in a team’s innings.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the overs scheduled to have been bowled at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather.
Top batsmen bets for First Class matches apply only to the first innings of each team, and will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
When two or more players score the same number of runs, in the innings dead-heat rules will apply.
Runs scored in a super over do not count.
Top Bowler in Innings Description: Which bowler will take the most wickets for the named team?

Rules: The result of this market is determined on the bowler with the highest individual number of wickets in an individual innings.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the overs scheduled to have been bowled at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather.
Top bowler bets for First Class matches apply only to the first innings of each team, and will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
If two or more bowlers have taken the same number of wickets, the bowler who has conceded the fewest runs will be the winner. If there are two or more bowlers with the same wickets taken and runs conceded, dead heat rules will apply. Wickets taken in a super over don’t count.
If no bowlers take a wicket in an innings then all bets will be void.
Last Man Standing Description: Which batsman will be not out upon completion of the innings?

Rules: If there are two or more batsmen who are not out upon completion of the innings, the winner for the purpose of settlement will be the last batsman to face a delivery (legal or not).
Players will not be deemed to have been not out if they were no longer at the crease having retired hurt or did not bat.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if, subsequent to placing the bet, the innings has been reduced in any way due to external factors, including bad weather.
Batsmen Market

Batsman Runs Description: How many runs will the named batsman score?

Rules: If the batsman finishes the innings not out, as a result of a declaration, the team reaching the end of their allotted overs, or the team reaching their target; his score will be the final result. If a batsman does not bat, the bet will be void. If a batsman is not in the starting 11, bets will be void.
If a batsman retires hurt, but returns later, the total runs scored by that batsman in the innings will count. If the batsman does not return later, the final result will be as it stood when the batsman retired.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined, or goes on to be determined. Result will be considered determined if the line at which the bet was placed is passed, or the batsman is dismissed.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs are bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
Runs scored in a super over do not count.
Batsman Fours Description: How many fours will the named batsman hit?

Rules: If a batsman finishes the innings not out, as a result of a declaration, the team reaching the end of their allotted overs, or the team reaching their target; his number of fours will be the final result. If a batsman does not bat, the bet will be void. If a batsman is not in the starting 11, bets will be void.
If a batsman retires hurt, but returns later, the total fours hit by that batsman in the innings will count. If the batsman does not return later, the final result will be as it stood when the batsman retired.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined, or goes on to be determined. Result will be considered determined if the line at which the bet was placed is passed, or the batsman is dismissed.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs are bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
Only fours scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total fours. Overthrows, all run fours and extras do not count.
Fours scored in a super over do not count.
Batsman Sixes Description: How many sixes will the named batsman hit?

Rules: If a batsman finishes the innings not out, as a result of a declaration, the team reaching the end of their allotted overs, or the team reaching their target; his number of sixes will be the final result. If a batsman does not bat, the bet will be void. If a batsman is not in the starting 11, bets will be void.
If a batsman retires hurt, but returns later, the total sixes hit by that batsman in the innings will count. If the batsman does not return later, the final result will be as it stood when the batsman retired.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined, or goes on to be determined. Result will be considered determined if the line at which the bet was placed is passed, or the batsman is dismissed.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs are bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
Only sixes scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total fours. Overthrows and extras do not count.
Sixes scored in a super over do not count.
Batsman Milestones Description: Will the named batsman reach the specified milestone?

Rules: As “Batsman Runs”.
Method of Dismissal Description: How will the named batsman be out?

Rules: If the specified batsman is not out, all bets will be void.
If the specified batsman retires, and does not return to bat later, all bets will be void. If that batsman does return to bat later and is out, bets will stand.
Partnership Market
Fall of Next Wicket Description: How many runs will the batting team have scored when the next wicket falls?


Rules: If the batting team reaches the end of their allotted overs, reaches their target or declares before the specified wicket falls, the result will be the total amassed.
For settlement purposes, a batsman retiring hurt does not count as a wicket.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, unless settlement has already been determined, or goes on to be determined. Result will be considered determined if the line at which the bet was placed is passed, or the wicket in question falls.
In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.

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