South Africa will host England for the second T20I of the ongoing series at Kingsmead, in Durban this Friday evening.
After a nerve wracking first T20I on Wednesday, South Africa will square-off once again for the second match of the series at Kingsmead, in Durban this Friday. While South Africa just need a win to clinch the series, England will have to make up for the deficit and then only can give a final blow in the Third match. There’s quite a lot at stake and so we are expecting a riveting contest.
Apart from the game, we are offered lucrative betting odds from the market which can bring us a lot of money this Friday. I have handpicked the best ones for you, just read through and place the same bets at Royal Panda using the link underneath.
The right hander is one of the most important members in white ball cricket for England with his explosive batting at the top order and hitting just three boundaries is a child’s play for him. In the last five matches, Jason Roy has struck a total of 22 fours at a rate of 4.4 hits per match and has scored more than two in four of the above-mentioned cases. While playing away, the right hander has also maintained a decent record having sent the ball to the ropes a total of 17 times in the last five matches, hitting 3.4 on an average.
If we look at his head to head stats, it’s still going to favour us with the opener registering a total of 25 boundaries at a rate of five strikes per match and has scored more than three in four of the above-mentioned occasions. In the three matches he played in South Africa, Roy registered a total of eight boundaries, with seven coming in the last game. Overall, the Brit has played eight Day/Night T20Is and struck 24 fours in the same at a rate of three per match.
One of South Africa’s lethal fast bowlers in the post Morkel-Steyn era, Ngidi has been exceptional with the white ball in home conditions and so investing on this bet might not be foolish after all. In the last four matches, Ngidi has taken a total of eight wickets at an average of two per match, with his figures being – 3/30, 2/16, 2/36, 1/7. In the last match, he bowled a match winning spell of 3 for 30, was the pick of the bowlers and also the man of the match.
Having played only six matches at home, Ngidi’s figures are 3/30, 2/36, 1/7, 0/13, 4/19, 2/12, having scalped 12 wickets at a rate of two wickets per match and was also the top bowler for his side thrice in the above mentioned instances. The striking fact is that he averages just 9.75 in T20Is at home, which is pretty incredible even though he is yet to play a game in Durban. There’s no option but to go for this bet which gives us an opportunity to multiply our investment over four times.
The Protrean skipper has always been a master of the trade when it comes to limited overs cricket and De Kock has been exceptional in the last few T20I games, which brings us to this bet. In the last five matches, the southpaw has scored a total of 197 runs at an average of almost 40 runs per innings and scored at least 27 in three of those occasions. In the three head to head matches he played against England, his scores were – 31, 52 and 29, scoring 112 runs at an average of 37.33 runs per innings which also works in our favour. But that’s not all folks.
De Kock has played only three 20-over Internationals in Durban and scored north of 26 in two of those matches. He seems to enjoy exploiting the home conditions, having amassed a total of 391 runs at an average of 32.58 runs per innings in the 15 home matches he featured in. It is most likely that the batter is going to score 27 runs in the upcoming match and inspire his team to clinch the T20I series. I hope you have been fed all the stats required to invest this bet.