New Zealand A will take on India A in the second unofficial ODI of the three-match series at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Friday.
New Zealand A will face an upbeat India A, who are on a roll at the moment ever since this side has stepped foot on their soil. They have won all three of their matches – two warm-up games and the first unofficial ODI and that too, quite easily. Prithvi Shaw, Shubman Gill and Sanju Samson have been amongst runs and going by the looks of it, it is going to end up being a one-sided series. However, Samson has earned himself an India call up and he will miss the remainder of the series. Meanwhile, you and I can earn some cash when these two sides will battle it out in the middle. All you have got to do is follow my market suggestion and place the bet, rest the cash will follow its path to your bank accounts by the end of the match. So, let’s go for a ride:
Because of his antics with his bat in the domestic season, Prithvi Shaw has earned a call up from the Indian Cricket team. He was already a part of India A’s tour of New Zealand and he has been lighting up New Zealand with his batting prowess. In two matches that Shaw has played so far in this tour, he has managed to notch up 198 runs at an average of 99.00 and he has a hundred to his name as well. His innings of 150 runs from just 100 balls against New Zealand XI in the second warmup game was decorated with 22 boundaries and two sixes and that set the tone for him in the series. Shaw’s List A career stats also speaks quite highly about him as he has played 28 matches so far and has racked up 1243 runs at an average of 44.39. Dafabet is offering odds of 3.75 for Shaw to be the top team batsman for India A on Friday at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch and since he has earned a call up from the senior team, he will look to be at his flying best.
This is the safest market I have ever witnessed in recent times as money-making cannot get easier than this. The odds are so low because everyone is aware of the outcome of the series by now and you should be too. By now, you should have already placed a bet on this market, but you are still reading that means you need more security. Never mind, I am going to give you the number anyway! If you take a closer look at the three matches that have already happened so far, you will notice a sense of domination and it all came from the India A side. In the first warmup game, India A trounced the New Zealand XI side by 92 runs. Then it was followed up by the second warmup match in which, India A outshone New Zealand XI by 12 runs. In the first unofficial ODI of the three-match series, India A came out on top yet again and this time, Shubman Gill and co. outclassed a decent-looking New Zealand A team by 12 runs. Three consecutive wins in a row can pump up any side in this world and this is India A, who are extremely dangerous a side by nature. Bet 365 is offering odds of 1.40 for India A to win; let me tell you something – before the odds go down further, you might as well place your bets.
Jimmy Neesham is coming into this New Zealand A side with truckloads of experience under his belt and he has not lived up to his name in the first unofficial ODI. He disappointed with the bat but made up for it with the ball as he had figures of 2/25. The talented all-rounder from Auckland has featured in 118 List A matches so far and has scored 2870 runs at an average of 34.57 and has two hundreds and 17 half centuries to his name. In the recently concluded Super Smash edition, Neesham scored 229 runs in just nine matches at an average of 45.80 for Wellington Firebirds, who went on to lift the trophy at the end of the tournament. With the vast talent a player like Neesham has, New Zealand A side will be looking forward to him in the second unofficial ODI at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Friday. Dafabet is offering odds of 7.00 for Neesham to be the top batsman; I know the odds are very high and risky, but I have got to remind you that all bet involves a bit of risk.