A guide to Cricket Toss!
Every cricket match begins with a meeting of the two team leaders on the field where they exchange team rosters.
The right toss of the coin, with either heads or tails assigned to each side, is then reserved for the home captain. Usually, the away captain gets to pick which side of the coin they want to see. The captain of the team that wins the toss then chooses whether to bowl or bat.
Is it feasible to foretell how the cricket toss will turn out? Since there are only two possibilities, the likelihood is 50%, but the upcoming data yields intriguing findings.
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New Zealand V Sri Lanka
New Zealand do not field their strongest XI for this match. Sri Lanka have a plethora of options. So we’re not entirely convinced from the get-go that the Kiwis are 1.4 shots here. With a toss bias in play at Eden Park, if the tourists bat second and utilise the likes of Mathews, Shanaka, Madushanka and Hasaranga correctly, then we see them trading as short as 2.0. For other options, expect runs at Eden Park. It is one of the smallest grounds around and death hitting should be in vogue. The side batting first could potentially go at 15 an over at the death.
Trade Sri Lanka batting second to 2.0
South Africa V West Indies
We are counting on runs at Centurion for the first match of this series. There were plenty of them in the recent SAT20 League with four first-innings scores busting 200 in six. What does that mean in-play for the match odds? Well, if Windies can utilise conditions then we can see them trading at a whole point shorter than the current 3.25 even with a score of around 180 which may be below par. If South Africa bat first then their odds could have collapsed by the break. In the latter scenario the Proteas could go really big so bet 200, 210 and 220 or more at big numbers.
Trade West Indies batting first to 2.25
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Upoming Matches 2023
All you need to know about the upcoming International cricket Matches in 2023
While India’s performances in bilateral series remained as strong as ever, they failed to carry that form into major international events in 2022. The year started with India’s Test series loss to South Africa, which led to Virat Kohli’s resignation as captain in the longest format. The Indian squad, headed by Rohit Sharma, lost to eventual champions England by a margin of 10 wickets in the 2022 T20 World Cup semi-final.
West Indies tour of South Africa 2023 is schedule to begin on Tue Feb 28, 2023 to be hosted by South Africa as per cricket schedule announced. The West Indies tour of South Africa 2023 will have 2 Test, 3 ODI, 3 T20 Matches to be hosted by South Africa in the month of Feb-Mar 2023 . The last match of the South Africa vs West Indies, 2023 Bilateral series will be played on March 28 at Johannesburg.
The West Indies tour of South Africa 2023 is an international Bilateral series, also the part of Future Tour Programs (FTP) announced by International Cricket Council in 2009. South Africa will host the Bilateral series of West Indies tour of South Africa 2023, beginning on February 28, 2023. The 1st Test match between South Africa vs West Indies will be played at SuperSport Park, Centurion on Feb 28, 2023 at 00:00 local time onwards.