Match Winner You’re betting on a team to win the match.
Bets will be settled according to the official result, including matches affected by adverse weather.
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 canceled, then all bets will be void if the match isn’t replayed within 36 hours of its advertised start time.
Top Match Batsman You’re betting on which Batsman will score the most runs in the match.
When two or more batsmen score the same number of runs, dead heat rules will apply.
In limited-over matches, bets will be void if at least 50% of the overs scheduled aren’t completed.
Top Match Bowler You’re betting on which bowler will take the most wickets in the match.
If two or more bowlers take taken the same number of wickets, the bowler who had the fewest runs scored against them will be deemed the winner.
In the case of a tie with the same wickets taken and runs granted, dead heat rules will apply.
Team of Top Batsman You’re betting on which team the Top Batsman in the match will belong to.
India v South Africa — if Virat Kohli is named Top Batsman, the winning selection for this market will be India.
Team of Top Bowler You’re betting on which team the Top Bowler in the match will belong to.
India v England— if Jasprit Bumrah is named Top Bowler, the winning selection for this market will be India.
Runs off Delivery You’re betting on the total runs that will be scored off a specific delivery.
The result will be determined by the number of runs added to the team total, of the specific delivery.
Overs are calculated from 0.1 to 0.6 for the first over, 1.1 -1.6 for the second over and 2.1- 2.6 for the third over, and so on and so forth. Therefore, the over in question will always be one number less than the actual over.
The 19th over will start from 18.1and finish at 18.6
All illegal balls will count as deliveries, for settlement purposes.
If an over starts with a wide, then the first delivery will be settled as one and the next ball will be deemed delivery two for that over.
If a delivery is a ‘No Ball’ with three runs scored from it—the runs off the delivery will be four.
Highest Opening Partnership You’re betting on which team will score the most runs at the fall of the first wicket.
If both opening partnerships are completed and an outcome has been decided, bets will stand.
Over/Under Runs Totals (Team/Player/Over)You’re betting on whether the number of runs scored in an over will be higher or lower than a stated amount.
Method of Dismissal You’re betting on how the named batsman will be dismissed.
You need to predict whether the batsman will be Caught, Caught Behind, Bowled, LBW, Run Out, Stumped or Other.
Other’ includes much rarer methods like hitting the wicket, obstructing the field, timing out, and hitting the ball twice. Website reserves the right to make any amendment to ‘Other’.
If the specified batsman doesn’t get dismissed, all bets will be void.
For settlement purposes, the bowler counts as a fielder, unless otherwise stated.
Method of Next Wicket Dismissal You’re betting on how the next Batsman will go out.
The result will be determined by the dismissal method of the next wicket that falls.
If the specified wicket does not fall, all bets will be void.
For settlement purposes, a batsman retiring hurt does not count as a wicket.
Player performance: You’re betting on which player will score the most points in the player performance scoring system.
Points are scored as follows:
1 point per run
20 points per wicket
10 points per catch
25 points per stumping
80% Rule: In limited-overs matches, all bets will stand if 80% of the match has been completed.
Most common betting options where 80% rule will apply:
Total Sixes and Fours per game/team/player
Total runs for Batsman
Total Wickets for Bowler
Highest Scoring Over
Highest Individual Score
What is a Fancy Bet?
A fancy bet is an additional bet market customized for cricket punters and is applicable only to cricket. Fancy betting has specific betting rules on its own. Betting on Fancy bets will not affect the liquidity of the Exchange.
What do the terms “Yes” and “No” mean? Fancy bets will always be back bets. The term ‘Yes’ means you are betting on an outcome To Happen while the term ‘No’ means you are betting on an outcome Not To Happen.
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