Cricket Betting at BetTarget
BetTarget haven’t yet recognised how important cricket betting is to Indian customers yet. It doesn’t feature near the top of their options available.
Football, boxing and other sports have been prioritised. This might change in the future. For now, though, it’s not a good sign for cricket bettors.
At the time of writing, they were covering all major international and domestic cricket taking place. These included:
- India v West Indies ODI series
- Pakistan Super League
- Under-19 Cricket World Cup
- Women’s Ashes
- Ford Trophy (New Zealand domestic cricket)
In time to come, we anticipate they will have more markets and events for the Indian Premier League and T20 World Cup as well.
Choice of Odds
BetTarget have to improve on their range of odds if they want to truly compete with other Indian cricket betting sites.
Their selection of tournaments and matches is solid, but they need to have more than just one or the other match-winner to bet on.
We tested this several days in advance and on the actual day of the match. The very limited choice of odds stayed the same, regardless.
Even adding top batsman, top bowler, player of the match and a couple of other options will strengthen their selection.
Number of Markets Per Match
This handy table shows the number of markets available per match on BetTarget. As they add more markets in the future, your options to bet should increase.
||Number of Markets Per Match
|India v West Indies ODI series
|Pakistan Super League
|Under-19 Cricket World Cup
How Do the Cricket Odds Compare at BetTarget?
It is important for you to know how one betting site’s match odds compare to others. We selected the PSL game between the Quetta Gladiators and Multan Sultans as an example.
This comparison of BetTarget’s odds with some of their biggest competitors in India should help you understand their value.
||Quetta v Karachi Match Odds
You can see for yourself that BetTarget’s odds are not that competitive. There is plenty of room for improvement.
This could get better for higher profile matches involving India or during the IPL. Generally, smaller ‘house edge’ is built in for those.