If you take a look below you will see a table showing what live cricket streams are available right now, all of which are legal for to watch. Geo restrictions do apply though.
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*Geo restrictions apply. Funded account or bet within last 24 hours to watch.
- You must hold an account with the bookmaker you want to watch with.
- Your account must be funded or you must have bet in the last 24 hours.
- Streaming is available on desktops and mobile devices.
- Geo restrictions apply.
- To successfully view the streams you need a connection speed of 600kbp/s
What Live Cricket Matches are Shown?
You can stream many different cricket matches, both international games and domestic games from around the world. This covers all formats of the game too, from five day test matches to 20/20 domestic games, all are shown live.
Unfortunately you will not be able to live stream every cricket match from around the world, you can only stream the ones that are being recorded and where the bookmaker has the rights to show it. There are also restrictions based on the country you live in, you will not be able to watch games that are taking place within your home country.
You can watch live cricket from the following:
- T20 Internationals
- One Day Internationals
- Test Matches
- County Championship
- T20 Blast
- Big Bash
- Pakistan Super League
- Caribbean Premier League
- Bangladesh Premier League
What In-Play Markets are Available?
Betting in-play is popular and cricket is one sport that lends itself well to live betting, mostly because there are so many phases in a single match. Even a short 20/20 game can be a great option for betting in-play because you have time to study and watch the game unfold before placing your bets.
A wicket or a strong over from one team can really change the face of a game, betting at the right time can give you a great value price on the team you select.
To win the match
This is the market where you choose who you will win the cricket game and the market will go live as soon as the play begins. Prices can fluctuate rapidly depending on what is happening on the field and if a team takes a couple of quick wickets then the prices can really change in their favour.
Top run scorer
This is a market that is available before the start of the game, but turns in-play and odds will fluctuate based on the benchmark scores set by the early batsman. You are betting which player you think will score the most runs individually in the match. If one team is getting knocked over cheaply it might be good to look at the opposing sides top order for some value.
Next man out
This market is basically a match between the two batsmen who are currently at the crease and you are choosing who you think will be out next. Pretty self explanatory and expect prices around the even money mark but it does fluctuate depending on how set either player is.
To score a 50/100
If you see a batsman in great touch then you can back them in-play to score a 50 or a 100 during their innings. If any of a teams top order get a good start on a flat pitch when the sun is shining then this is a market to look out for.
Wicket in the next over
If you think a bowler is bowling well in a game and putting pressure on you can back them to take a wicket in the next over. This can be an interest prospect in T20 matches, especially late on when big shots are being played to every ball.
How many runs in the next over
This is pretty simple… you are betting on the amount of runs in the next over. Depending on which batsman is facing what bowler you’re going to get a range of prices. It’s essential you’re aware of the state of the game with this market as different phases mean different levels of batsman aggression.