BET OF THE DAY England vs Australia 2nd Test Match Ashes 2019

BET OF THE DAY England vs Australia 2nd Test Match Ashes 2019 Match Odds Competition : Ashes 2019 Match : Eng vs Aus BET OF THE DAY : DRAW Australia to win: 3.9 England to win: 4.7 Draw : 1.87 Who's Winning ? England : 22% Draw: 54% Australia : 24 % England v Australia Betting Odds England's record at the home of cricket is not a good one and they go into Wednesday's second Test knowing they cannot afford to fall two behind in a series they have to win to regain the Ashes. On the face of it the teams are very evenly matched and the outcome will be determined by how the star men on either side perform. At Edgbaston, Steve Smith bagged two centuries and

England vs Australia 2nd Test Match Ashes 2019 Cricket Betting Tips and Match Predictions

England vs Australia 2nd Test Match  Ashes 2019 Cricket Betting Tips Cricket Betting Tips and Match Predictions* Who will win? -  Draw Top Batsman (Runs Scored) –  Joe Root, S Smith,Rory Burns Top Bowler (Wickets taken) – Stuart Broad,Josh Hazlewood,Woakes Most boundaries –  David Warner,Rory Burns,S Smith Man of the Match –  S Smith, S Broad Team Scores Batting first –  320+ Who's Winning? ENG : 22% DRAW : 54% AUS : 24% What are the odds ? England 4.7 Australia 3.95 Draw 1.85 Betting Tips England and Australia resume hostilities at Lord's Cricket Ground, as the Aussies look to build on their dominant opening test win at Edgbaston. Steve Smith was in fine form, scoring 286 runs in the match, as England counted the cost of an early injury to James Anderson

England vs Australia 2nd Test Match Preview Research & Analysis Ashes 2019

England vs Australia 2nd Test Match Preview Research & Analysis Match Preview England's progress on the opening day in Birmingham was dented by James Anderson's injury, as the veteran paceman bowled just four overs before leaving the field due to calf injury. The hosts couldn't seize the advantage, despite claiming a healthy first-innings lead of 90, and Australia had firm control when they posted 487/7 in their second outing. Despite that, Joe Root, the England captain, will hope his bowling unit, likely to feature young Jofra Archer, can make an impact against Australia, and in particular, Steve Smith, who scored 144 and 142 in the first Test. Mitchell Starc has been included in the Australia's 12-man squad for the Lord's Test Starc did