Cricket Betting Rules

1. Tied or weather affected games will be settled on the official match result if decided by Duckworth-Lewis (or equivalent), Super-Over or by other cricketing means. In the event of a tied match with no such decider, dead-heat rules will apply.

2. Will There Be A 50/Century?: In the event of reduced overs in either innings, market will be made void unless further play does not affect the result.

3. Top Team Batsman/Wicket Taker: Market will be settled on the player that scores most runs/takes most wickets. An official result must be determined for bets to stand, unless the winner has already been decided. If 2 or more bowlers tie for the most wickets, then the winner will be determined by who has the better economy rate. Dead-heat rules apply for top batsman. Non Runner No Action. Super-overs do not count.

4. Total 4s/6s/Run Outs: In the event of reduced overs before any play, markets will be graded "No Action". In the event of a reduction of overs after play has started, wagers will stand if further play could not affect the result. Super-overs do not count.

5. Most 4s/6s: In the event of reduced overs, bets will stand if both scheduled innings lengths are equal or if further play could not affect the result. Super-overs do not count.

6. First Ball Outcome: Market will be settled on the number of runs acquired from the first ball delivered of the match. Dot Ball = Zero Runs.

7. First Over Total Runs: Market will be settled on the number of runs scored from the first over of the match. In the event of an incomplete over, market will be made void unless further play could not affect the result.

8. 1st Dismissal Method: Market will be settled on the type of dismissal from the first wicket to fall in a match. Should no wicket fall, market will be made void. Caught and Bowled counts as Caught.

9. Batsman Total Runs: The result of this market is determined by the total number of runs scored by a named batsman. If a batsman retires/retires hurt and does not re-emerge, then his score before the retirement is the final result. If the batsman is not out, then his score at the end of the innings will count. In the event of reduced overs in either innings, market will be made void. Batsman must play for wagers to have action.

10. Bowler Total Wickets: The result of this market is determined by the total number of wickets scored taken by a named bowler. In the event of reduced overs in either innings, market will be made void. Bowler must play for wagers to have action.

11. Batsman/Bowler Match Bet: The batsman or bowler to score the most runs or take the most wickets, respectively. If either player does not play, then wagers will be graded "No Action". If both players score the same number of runs/wickets, then the wagers will be settled as a "Push".  In the event of reduced overs in either innings, market will be made void unless the winner has already been decided.

12.Total Wides: The result of this market is determined by the total number of wides bowled by both sides in the match. All extra runs taken from the wide delivery count for settlement purposes (e.g., if one Wide delivery goes for 4, then that delivery counts as 5 Wides).

 

Test Matches

1. 1st Innings Lead: Market will be settled on the team that leads after both first innings are completed, including any declarations, or when further play cannot affect the result. In the event that an inning is forfeited, this market will be made void.

2. Top Team Batsman/Wicket Taker: Market will be settled on the player that scores most runs/takes most wickets. Dead-heat rules apply. Unless otherwise stated, this market will apply to the 1st Innings. Non Runner No Action.

3. Highest Opening Partnership: Market will be settled provided a wicket fell in both teams’ innings or when further play could not affect the result. In the event of a tie, where a price on the tie was not offered, this market will be graded "No Action".

 

Tournament/Series Outright

1. Tournament/Series Top Batsman/Bowler Markets: Market will be settled on the player that heads the most runs/wickets list. Any runs or wickets gained in super-overs will not count. All wagers have action. Dead-heat rules apply.

2. Tournament/Series Outright: Market will be settled on the team that wins the tournament according to the official competition rules. Dead-heat rules may apply.

3. Series Correct Score: Wagers are void if the designated matches are not completed.