The 2019 Cricket World Cup
Cricket World Cup 2019 in England and Wales
The Cricket World Cup is the biggest event on the cricket calendar, a showcase for the best players in the world and an opportunity for the best teams to prove their worth. Held every four years, the 2019 Cricket World Cup is being hosted in England and Wales, with 8 English grounds (including both The Oval and Lord’s in London, and Edgbaston in Birmingham) and 1 Welsh ground (Sophia Gardens in Glamorgan) playing host to 48 matches. Teams like India, Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand and the host nation England will all be trying to get their hands on the most prestigious trophy in the game, one that has been won by Australia more times than anyone else. The first game of the 2019 Cricket World Cup was contested between England and South Africa with the host nations coming away as the victors. It was an explosive start to the competition and one that has set the tone for everything that has followed. All eyes are now on England and Wales as we count down towards the final on July 14th. The question is, which two teams will make it that far and which one will leave with the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy?
Famous Cricket Teams and Players
The game of cricket is contested all over the world. It is one of the three most popular sports in dozens of countries, including the UK, where it plays second fiddle to football but manages to hold its own beyond that. England is one of the biggest and best cricket nations in the world, with a team that is always a threat on the international stage. The England cricket team has a wealth of talent to choose from thanks to a strong domestic setup and a huge grassroots program, with players like Joe Root and Ben Stokes topping the bill for the current generation. India also has a hugely successful international team backed by the Indian Premier League, and the same is true of Australia and their Big Bash League. In fact, while they haven’t begun many recent tournaments as the market leaders, Australia are always a threat and are currently the most successful team in ICC history. They have won more ICC Cricket World Cup trophies than anyone else and in January 2019 they recorded their 1,000th win. Teams like Afghanistan and Bangladesh are also making a name for themselves on the international stage and could be the stars of the future.
Bet on Cricket with Karamba
There are many ways that you can bet on cricket here on Karamba. We cover a host of games from the international and domestic setup, giving you a chance to explore everything from the Big Bash and the IPL to the ICC World Cup. There are three main types of bet: Outright, Pre-Game and In-Play. With the former you bet on the outcome of a tournament, from the biggest point scorers and wicket takers, to the eventual winners and more. The other two bets dictate when your bets take place—before the game begins or while it is active. As for the bets themselves, there are dozens of options to choose from. You can bet on handicap markets whereby one team is given a theoretical handicap; points markets, where you can bet on how many points you think a team or player will get; and wicket markets, where you can wager on how many wickets will be taken in a given over or innings. If none of these catch your eye then maybe one of the many proposition betting markets will. These markets let you stake on more unique outcomes, from centuries being scored to the winner of a Man of the Match award.
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