I have to admit that I am more than convinced that in the 2020 Twenty20 World Cup Australia are going to play a major part in that tournament, and having made my mind up some months ago that they would win I have already placed a few bets on them doing just that.
What you may be interested in learning if that is a sporting event you plan on watching and also betting on, is that several bookies have already opened their futures betting markets on it, and as such at this early stage of the betting there are some tempting odds available on each team
BetFred are of course one of those bookies that are never afraid of laying big money at big odds, and on their Twenty20 World Cup betting market they are paying out one third of the win odds to two places, so perhaps you could be tempted in investing in a long term each-way bet today.
If so then to help you make sense of the way the early money has been going on this major sporting event, I will rattle through the odds that BetFred have currently got chalked up on each team but any very large volumes of early cash coming in do make the listed odds below subject to change at any time.
Australia Leading the Way
You already know that I am of the mind that Australia are going to win, and if that is something you are just as passionate in believing then now is a good time to back them which their odds at BetFred being 10/3.
India however are not that far behind them, and it wouldn’t surprise me if both of those teams ended up playing in the final, but right now the odds being offered to punters by BetFred are 7/2 which are certainly fair all things considered.
England and the Rest of the Field
Some of you are going to want to bet with your heart rather than your head on the Twenty20 World Cup and as such the odds for all you England fans are 4/1, a couple of possibilities are reasonable odds include the likes of South Africa at 6/1, New Zealand at 13/2 and the West Indies who look a solid bet right now at odds of 9/1.
Double digit odds are available on each of the other teams and they include Pakistan at 10/1, Sri Lanka who are 25/1 and then you have Bangladesh and Afghanistan who are both the rank joint outsiders to win at odds of 50/1.
Just keep in mind that most betting sites, and certainly BetFred are going to be offering you odds on every single match in this tournament, and as such if you haven’t yet done so, make sure that you open a betting account with them in good time.
That way as soon as you spot any of their Twnety20 World Cup matches you fancy having a financial interest in you will be able to do so instantly without having to waste any amount of time signing up later.