Twenty20 World Cup 2020 Betting and Odds Preview

Please keep in mind that all odds mentioned are accurate at the time published on 12:40 PM, 01/03/2019 and are likely to change over time.

twenty20 world cupThe ICC Twenty20 World Cup is the premier international championship for Twenty20 international cricket. The competition is organized by the International Cricket Council and currently consists of 16 teams. The tournament was previously known as ICC World Twenty20 and comprised of 12 teams before the ICC expanded it.

Unlike the T20 Blast, the ICC Twenty20 World Cup is for international teams only. The tournament was established in 2007 and was initially held every two years. In 2016, the ICC proposed a tournament to be held in 2018, but the idea was later scrapped in favor of the already scheduled 2020 edition in Australia.

Since 2007, six Twenty20 World Cups have been held. The only international team to win the World Cup multiple times are the West Indies. The Windies are also the current holder of the title, having defeated England in the final in 2016. The tournament consists of the top 8 teams on the rankings at the deadline, while the other teams qualify through the T20 World Cup qualifiers.

Up until 2012 the Twenty20 World Cup consisted of 12 teams. Plans to expand were announced in 2012, but were put on hold. The expansion to 16 teams took place in the 2014 tournament. The 2020 ICC Twenty20 World Cup is scheduled to be held in Australia. It will feature 16 teams – the top 9 teams from the rankings and host nation Australia. The remaining 6 berths will be decided through the qualifiers which should be held in October 2019.

This hasn’t stopped bookies to start offering odds on the outright winner for the T20 2020 World Cup. Australia and India are expected to fill up the cricket news headlines as the favourites, with England lurking from behind.

MansionBet

mansionbetMansionBet is part of Mansion Europe, a well-known in gambling circles. Launched in 2018 by a team of experts in the industry, MansionBet has instantly become a punter’s favourite thanks to the large sports offer and great promotions. Although focused on football, MansionBet has an impressive list of sports and betting markets with industry-leading odds.

MansionBet is also one of the rare bookies that has included cricket in their offer. Cricket fans can bet on numerous competitions, Twenty20 World Cup matches included. For the 2020 edition of the tournament, MansionBet has host nation Australia as the heavy favourite, giving the Aussies odds of 11/4. The land down under comes in front of India, available at 7/2. England is the third favourite for the 2020 ICC Twenty20 World Cup with odds of 4/1.

Next on the list are South Africa and New Zealand sharing odds of 6/1, while current World Cup holders West Indies are available at 7/1. Bangladesh and Zimbabwe are stuck at the bottom of the list with odds of 80/1 and 400/1 respectively.
At 11/4, Australia looks a solid bet, and our money would be on the host as well. If you’re willing to risk a bit, India and England look great as well.

Ole777

ole777Ole777 opened its doors to UK punters in 2017. Since then, the young bookie attracted the attention of thousands of punters with its rich sports betting offer and enticing promos. Make sure to check out the promo tab when visiting Ole777. Chances are you’ll find a great boost or best odds guaranteed on horse racing that will improve your chances of winning.

Cricket is one of the sports Ole777 has on offer. The bookie offers betting in the outright market for the 2020 ICC Twenty20 World Cup, giving Australia the highest chances of winning the title (11/4). India and England come next with odds of 7/2 and 4/1 respectively before giving way to the duo of South Africa and New Zealand, both available at 6/1.

The West Indies are lurking from below available at 7/1, while Pakistan and Sri Lanka go for 10/1 and 20/1. Bangladesh is one of the outsiders once again at 80/1, while Zimbabwe is given very slim chances of winning at 400/1.

Fun88

fun88Known for its great promotions and as Newcastle United’s kit sponsor, Fun88 is one of the most popular bookies in the UK. With more than 30 sports in the offer and thousands of betting markets, punters can place their bets on just about any sport they can think of at Fun88. The odds are pretty competitive as well, so you should definitely visit this bookie if you haven’t so far.

Fun88 offers betting on cricket with the upcoming Twenty20 World Cup being one of the highlights. Once again, the Aussies are favourites at 11/4, with India trailing closely at 7/2. England has been made a third favourite with odds of 4/1. With a bit of luck, the Three Lions could repeat their 2010 success.

Surprisingly, the West Indies are not among the major favourites. The Windies are available at 7/1 which is good enough for the middle of the list of favourites. Afghanistan and Bangladesh are given virtually no chances of winning the Twenty20 World Cup at 50/1 and 80/1 respectively, while Zimbabwe is the ultimate outsider at 400/1.

With odds of 11/4, the hosts look like a nice bet. Place a bet on the Aussies and you’ll have many reasons to celebrate if the cricket score in the final is in their favour.

SportPesa

sportpesaOne of the most popular bookies in the UK and Europe, SportPesa is a giant with thousands of sports betting markets. Although football is its forte, there are many other sports you can bet on including horse racing, cricket, and rugby. Thanks to the great odds and regular promotions, SportPesa is the favourite of many English punters.

When it comes to the Twenty20 World Cup scheduled for next year, the odds at SportPesa don’t differ from other bookies. Australia is still the favourite. The hosts are given odds of 11/4 in front of India who has 7/2. England comes next at 4/1 in front of South Africa and New Zealand who share odds of 6/1. the West Indies are available at 7/1, while Pakistan and Sri Lanka have odds of 10/1 and 20/1 respectively.

Zimbabwe is once again the outsider with odds of 400/1, and Bangladesh doesn’t fare better at 80/1. Australia represents a great value for punters. If the Aussies win the title, you’ll get a return of nearly 4 times, which is pretty great in our opinion.