Australia will be playing against India in their 3rd and final ODI of the Dettol ODI series, at the Manuka Oval, in Canberra on the 2nd December, Wednesday.
The Dettol ODI Series v India is drawing to an end and Australia has completely dominated the tournament, the first two matches consisted of the Australian side completely decimating India
And winning by 51 and 66 runs in the two matches. David Warner, the Australian opener got injured and will be replaced by D’arcy Short, Pat Cummins, the Australian pacer has also been put in rest, and will be all set to resume for the test series. With two of the top performers from the Australian team, India might just score a win in the match. The two teams have played against each other once at the Manuka Oval and will be playing against each other at Canberra after a period of over 3 years. I have assorted the top three player bets, for you to peruse. Make sure you bet on the match before it starts, to make a lot of money.
The former Australian skipper began the summer with a bang and it almost felt like that century was incoming from Steve Smith. The intensity, the intent to achieve, and the will to take on the very best - Steve Smith is an amalgamation of all three. He has been awarded the Man of the Match in both the previous games against India, after scoring a century in both the games. All we need, in order for us to win the bet, is for him to score just 42 runs on Wednesday and that should fill our pockets by the end of the day. The New South Wales cricketer has a career average of 43.71 and has 4371 runs under his belt in the 50-over format. When it comes to playing against India, Smith averages a jaw-dropping 65.64 with 1116 runs in just 17 innings including five centuries and five fifties. While he enjoys the comfort of playing on the home soil, the man with a strange batting technique has piled up 2148 runs at an average of 55.08 in Australia. Batting at number three, Smith has added 3197 runs at an average of 55.12, which again is incredible. In the only match against India at the Manuka Oval, Smith scored 51 runs. Sportsbet.io is offering the best odds of 1.85 for Steve Smith to score at least 42 runs and I don’t think this is a bet to miss out on.
The Australian skipper Aaron Finch has made a whirlwind in the three-match ODI series and he is likely to continue with his run of form with the bat. Finch was leading from the front during the ODI’s as he went on to score a brilliant hundred in the first match and 60 runs in his second match. The destructive right-hander now has 5157 at an average of 41.59 in his ODI career and is likely to add quite a few to that total on Wednesday. He has played 31 ODIs against India and has 1385 runs at an average of 47.76 including four hundreds and eight fifties. In the last 10 encounters against India, Finch has scored a total of 529 runs at an average of 58.78. He had also gotten 107 runs against India in their previous encounter at the Manuka Oval. Sportsbet.io is offering the best odds of 1.85 for Aaron Finch to score at least 37 runs on Wednesday!
The last bet is just as promising as the other ones, Shikhar Dhawan, the opener for India has an amazing ODI record. In the 135 innings he has played in the format, he has racked up 5792 runs at an average of 45.25, with 17 hundreds and 30 fifties to his name. In his last 5 matches against the Aaron Finch led outfit he has scored a total of 391 runs at an average of 78.20! In his previous match at Manuka Oval, against Australia, he scored a massive 126 runs. He is currently the top 10th scorer for the Indian team in the 50 over format, and he has to deliver just 32 runs for us to win. LeoVegas.com has offered odds of 1.86 for Shikhar Dhawan to score at least 32 runs and we are vying for him to win us the money.
Steve Smith to score over 41.5 runs - @ 1.85 (Sportsbet.io)
Aaron Finch to score over 36.5 runs - @ 1.85 (Sportsbet.io)
Shikhar Dhawan to score over 31.5 runs - @ 1.86 (LeoVegas.com)