Cricket Betting Tips and Match Predictions* Who will win? - India Top Batsman (Runs Scored) – Lokesh Rahul, Virat Kohli, Shai Hope Top Bowler (Wickets taken) – Cotrell, Yujvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah Most boundaries – Lokesh Rahul Man of the Match – Lokesh Rahul Team Scores Batting first – India 300+, West indies 250+ TEAM COMPARISON MATCH PREDICTION IF India Bat First First Innings Score Prediction: India will score 300-310 Result Prediction: India Will win the match by 50-75 Runs IF West Indies Bat First First Innings Score Prediction: West Indies will score 245-265 Result Prediction: India will win the match by 3-4 Wkts. * NOTE: These predictions may be changed Nearer the Start of the match once the final starting teams have been announced and we will be running ‘In–Play’ features soon, so stay tuned.
Match Preview The West Indies came into this tournament with a lot of expectations. There were many people that were calling the West Indies dark horses but things have not panned out that well. A brilliant win against Pakistan is all that the West Indies have to show right now. One win from six matches is a fair reflection of the kind of cricket they have played. Now, the West Indies are going to be facing up against India at Manchester, another tough task. India is still unbeaten in the ICC World Cup 2019 although they came very close to losing to Afghanistan. That match would have been a wake-up call for the Indian team who are serious title contenders. The absence of Shikhar Dhawan
Cricket Betting Tips and Match Predictions* Who will win? - New Zealand Top Batsman (Runs Scored) – Fakhar Zaman (Pakistan), Ross Taylor (New Zealand),Kane Williamson( New Zealand) Top Bowler (Wickets taken) – Shadab Khan (Pakistan), Lockie Ferguson (New Zealand) Most boundaries – Fakhar Zaman, Ross Taylor, Man of the Match – Ross Taylor Team Scores Batting first – Pakistan 280+, New Zealand 290+ TEAM COMPARISON MATCH PREDICTION IF New Zealand Bat First First Innings Score Prediction: NewZealand will score 285-299 Result Prediction: New Zealand will win the match by 52-55 Runs IF Pakistan Bat First First Innings Score Prediction: Pakistan will score 245-265 Result Prediction: New Zealand will win the match by 4-5 Wkts. * NOTE: These predictions may be changed Nearer the Start of the match once the final starting teams have been announced and we will be running
Match Preview New Zealand have been the most balanced unit and have remained unbeaten throughout the tournament. Another victory seems highly probable given the inconsistency of Pakistan. Also from their point of view, another victory would confirm a semi-final spot for the Kane Williamson-led side. Meanwhile, Pakistan has been struggling with their middle order and this resulted in losing three matches out of six games. At present, they are stuck at the 7th position with 5 points to their name.They are in desperate need of winning all their remaining cricket games and even that may not be enough to send them to the semi-final, but as they would tell you, it is about one game at a time right now for them. They
English Premier League The new campaign isn't set to start until August, but the excitement will start to build as early as June when the full fixtures are released The 2018-19 Premier League season was one of the most thrilling in history, with Manchester City and Liverpool fighting it out neck and neck until the final day of the campaign. It was a title race for the ages as the battle for glory went down to the wire, with Jurgen Klopp's side finishing an excruciating point behind City, who have crowned champions after amassing a monstrous 98 points. The new Premier League season will commence over the weekend of August 10, featuring three newly promoted sides from the Championship. It will conclude on May 17, 2020. The new English top-flight
English Premier League Fixtures 2019-20 Match day 1 09/08/2019 Liverpool v Norwich City 20:00 10/08/2019 West Ham v Manchester City 12:30 10/08/2019 Burnley v Southampton 15:00 10/08/2019 Crystal Palace v Everton 15:00 10/08/2019 Leicester v Wolves 15:00 10/08/2019 Bournemouth v Sheffield Utd 15:00 10/08/2019 Watford v Brighton 15:00 10/08/2019 Tottenham v Aston Villa 17:30 11/08/2019 Newcastle v Arsenal 14:00 11/08/2019 Manchester Utd v Chelsea 16:30 Match day 2 17/08/2019 Arsenal v Burnley 15:00 17/08/2019 Aston Villa v Bournemouth 15:00 17/08/2019 Brighton v West Ham 15:00 17/08/2019 Chelsea v Leicester 15:00 17/08/2019 Everton v Watford 15:00 17/08/2019 Manchester City v Tottenham 15:00 17/08/2019 Norwich City v Newcastle 15:00 17/08/2019 Sheffield Utd v Crystal Palace 15:00 17/08/2019 Southampton v Liverpool 15:00 17/08/2019 Wolves v Manchester Utd 15:00 Match day 3 24/08/2019 Bournemouth v Manchester City 15:00 24/08/2019 Aston Villa v Everton 15:00 24/08/2019 Brighton v Southampton 15:00 24/08/2019 Liverpool v Arsenal 15:00 24/08/2019 Manchester Utd v Crystal Palace 15:00 24/08/2019 Norwich City v Chelsea 15:00 24/08/2019 Sheffield Utd v Leicester 15:00 24/08/2019 Tottenham v Newcastle 15:00 24/08/2019 Watford v West Ham 15:00 24/08/2019 Wolves v Burnley 15:00 Match day 4 31/08/2019 Arsenal v Tottenham 15:00 31/08/2019 Burnley v Liverpool 15:00 31/08/2019 Chelsea v Sheffield Utd 15:00 31/08/2019 Crystal Palace v Aston Villa 15:00 31/08/2019 Everton v Wolves 15:00 31/08/2019 Leicester v Bournemouth 15:00 31/08/2019 Manchester City v Brighton 15:00 31/08/2019 Newcastle v Watford 15:00 31/08/2019 Southampton v Manchester Utd 15:00 31/08/2019 West Ham v Norwich City 15:00 Match
Japan Women: Yuika Sugasawa is likely to come back in for Japan No injury news for Japan Netherlands Women: Tefanie van der Gragt remains a doubt Expecting an Unchanged Side Van Veenendaal will be the goalkeeper for Netherlands Women. Japan Women vs Netherlands Women Lineup: Netherlands Women: Van Veenedaal, Van der Gragt, Bloodworth, Dekker, Van Lunteren, Groenen, van de Donk, Spitse, van de Sanden, Miedema, Martens Japan Women: Ayaka Yamashita (GK), Risa Shimizu, Saki Kumagai, Nana Ichise, Aya Sameshima, Emi Nakajima, Narumi Miura, Hina Sugita, J Endo, Yuika Sugasawa, Mana Iwabuchi Summary : The last match of the Women’s World Cup Round of 16 is already here, as the Netherlands are set to face off against Japan in Rennes. Both countries have only one clean sheet in the