Betting Tips For England V Australia - 36th Match - ODI World Cup 2023

While England are virtually out of the tournament, the Aussies would back themselves to get a big win here on the 36th Match of ICC World Cup 2023. Here are some betting tips from our Tips expert - Ed Hawkins.

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Betting Tips For England V Australia - 36th Match - ODI World Cup 2023
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Last Updated: 9th November 2023

England versus Australia in a World Cup match deep into the group stage should be a hotly-anticipated clash with everything to play for. As it stands, England have been pathetically bad – even worse than a win rate of 52% (last two years) pre tournament suggested – and for them at least this is a dead rubber in terms of qualification. Not cricket betting tip would favor England winning this match.

Australia need to win to avoid a scramble for a semi-final berth. They are hampered in that bid by the loss of Mitch Marsh and Glenn Maxwell. Marsh has returned home for personal reasons and Maxwell suffered a freak injury on a golf course.

It could be that England, who now know they must finish in the top seven to qualify for the Champions Trophy, suddenly dig deep and rediscover some form. It is possible to argue that when these two meet, the form can take a backseat as a desire to get one other the runs high. It might not be the cakewalk Parimatch’s match odds of 1.6 (3/5) suggest.

 

Travis Head to score a 50 @2.7

Travis Head has made a triumphant return to the Australia opening berth after a spell out with a fractured hand. Head, injured in the series against South Africa before the World Cup began, whacked a century against New Zealand in his first game back. He is taken to go well again in Ahmedabad.

We like this cricket betting odds for Head to score a fifty because it is, simply, out of line with three important factors. Firstly, the most vital one. How often Head actually manages to get to the mark. As an opener for Australia in ODI this bet is a winner 46% of the time. Parimatch say he’s a 37% chance.

Moreover, Head has enjoyed phenomenal success for Australia against England as an opener. He has scored five half-centuries and one ton in just ten innings.  On his last appearance against the old enemy, Head scored 152 off just 130 balls at the MCG. David Willey and Chris Woakes were both in the attack that day.

The third key factor is the Ahmedabad pitch. It has looked flat – as England found to their cost in the tournament opener – and we can be confident that it will either take a very good piece of bowling or a lapse in concentration from Head to cost us.

Highest individual score over 105.5 @1.83

There’s a big price gap between a century to be scored at 1.63 for this match and the highest individual score at overs 105.5 at 1.83. We may suggest that a six-run swing is not worthy of a 0.20 gap and it’s worth taking the chunkier price.

As stated above, the Ahmedabad surface has looked good for batting. In the two matches so far, there have been two centuries scored. Both of those by New Zealanders against England in the opening game of the tournament. There may well have been a third had Pakistan not collapsed from a position of a strength to leave India with a strolled victory in the chase.

What is good about taking on the overs here is that we can be confident that both bowling units are prone to going round the park. Up until a game ago, England had the most expensive economy rate. Australia only just held on when defending 388 against New Zealand with Rachin Ravindra notching a ton.

 

Back Ben Stokes under 25.5 runs @1.83

There is no guarantee that Ben Stokes plays in this match. But if he does it’s worth wagering that he is out-of-sorts form continues. 

There will be many who will reckon the sight of the green and gold will inspire Stokes to former glories. And hell, they may be right. But it’s not rational to play overs on his runs.

For a start it’s doubtful whether Stokes is fully fit and was rushed back to try to save England’s campaign. As a result, he doesn’t appear to be batting with any fluency. Anyone who saw his horrific duck against India will recognise a batter completely out of touch. Stokes in nick would have never looked so ungainly.
Of course we need the maths to back us up. Shorting Stokes’ runs at such a mark has been a winner in six of his last ten ODI innings.

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Ed Hawkins, acclaimed cricket analyst and award-winning author, offers unparalleled insights honed over two decades. His blend of data-driven analysis and keen observation sets him apart as a trusted voice in cricket betting.
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