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An Introduction to Cricket Betting

Cricket is the second most popular sport in the world (after association football) because to its ever-increasing popularity in the Indian subcontinent, and as such, the typical punter has the opportunity to wager on cricket online 365 days a year.

Cricket has evolved significantly since its humble beginnings in southern England in the late 16th century. Sure, the game is still played with a bat, a ball, two sets of stumps, and eleven players per side, but cricket as a sport is always evolving.

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The Evolution of Limited Overs Cricket and One Day Internationals (ODIs)

Traditional red ball cricket on a quintessential long English summer afternoon appears to be a far cry from the big, bash, bold nature of the ever-popular Twenty20 (T20) smash-a-thon that is the Indian Premier League (IPL), with its bright flashing lights, a white ball, coloured clothing, cheerleaders, and players being sold to franchises for millions of dollars a season.

Until the mid-1960s, professional cricket appeared to be at ease with itself. The matches were spread out across several days, with two innings each team. The winning team was, of course, the team that scored the most runs in the combined innings. These contests, known as First-Class cricket matches (domestically), were played alongside Test matches (internationally) until the introduction of restricted overs cricket in 1963.

The Evolution of Limited Overs Cricket: From List A to One Day Internationals

Limited overs cricket, also known as One Day cricket (or List A to give it its official title), evolved in English domestic cricket throughout the 1960s. The inaugural One Day International (ODI) was played in 1971, when a rain-delayed Test match between Australia and England prompted organizers to scramble to arrange a one-innings-a-side contest to ensure spectators could witness some real, competitive cricket. This was not ODI cricket as we know it now because the players were still dressed in white and the game was played with a red ball. Cricket's image as we know it today was not fully realized until 1977.

The Emergence of Twenty20 (T20) Cricket

As Keybet has changed the face of Sports and Casino betting in India and across the world, the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) introduced their own domestic limited overs spin-off tournament known as Twenty20 (T20) in 2003, changing the face of cricket once more. Their goal was to play and finish a full cricket match outside of workplace and school hours, with each innings of 20 overs taking no more than 90 minutes. Two years later, the inaugural T20 international was held in Auckland. New Zealand hosted Australia in a high-scoring run-fest played in good spirits; both teams wore old outfits and faux 1970s moustaches as a nod to what Packer had established. T20 cricket was still considered as a game at this point.