India vs. Bangladesh Third T20 2019 Betting

Ed Hawkins

Saturday, November 9, 2019 4:33 PM UTC

Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019 4:33 PM UTC

What are the hot tips and best bets for the third and deciding Twenty20 contest?

<div><h2>India vs Bangladesh Third T20</h2><p><strong>Sunday 10 November, Nagpur</strong></p><p><a href="https://www.oddsmarket.com/cricket/int/t-20-series-india-vs-bangladesh/india-vs-bangladesh-3961558/?mtid=6" target="_blank">India and Bangladesh go head to head for the final time</a> with the series to play for in Nagpur. Bangladesh won game one at ease, India did likewise in the second. It’s all on the line.</p><p>How can we have such two differing performances in just two games? Easy. It is the nature of the pitches which are key. On a slow, low turner in game one, Bangladesh were bang in the game, this despite being without key batters Shakib-al-Hasan, who has been banned for one year due to corruption, and Tamim Iqbal. Yet they chased a challenging total without breaking a sweat to win by seven wickets.</p><p>In game two, India were to the fore on a flat wicket which their batters were able to play through the line without fear of misting or hitting up the splice.</p><p>With the decider in Nagpur, the good news for Bangladesh fans is that it should be a turner and both teams are looking to pack their XIs with as many spinners as possible. This means that although we’re keen on Bangladesh at 6.5 (11/2) with <a href="https://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=150&amp;a=1ba923f3-5341-4bda-b457-0138ac61ae7a&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Betfred</a>, it is reasonable to want to keep the toss on our side given the chunky size of their odds. We would expect scoreboard pressure to be key as the pitch wears a little and make all the difference.</p><p>There is a difference of opinion on match sixes total between <a href="https://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=150&amp;a=bf7f64f4-cd67-4904-9b00-6ded1d41fd18&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Bet365</a> and <a href="https://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=150&amp;a=acd6b93a-905e-45af-90ef-7eb1df661829&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Coral</a>. The former go 1.57 (4/11) about under 11.5 and the latter 1.73 (8/11) about the same quote. Who is right? It is clearly <a href="https://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=150&amp;a=bf7f64f4-cd67-4904-9b00-6ded1d41fd18&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Bet365</a> if you take past scorecards as your barometer.</p><p>In the 25 Twenty20s (all classes) played at the venue, if you’d have gone under 11.5 you would have lost only six times. So <a href="https://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=150&amp;a=acd6b93a-905e-45af-90ef-7eb1df661829&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Coral</a> seem to be taking a risk.</p><p><a href="https://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=150&amp;a=bf7f64f4-cd67-4904-9b00-6ded1d41fd18&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Bet365</a> have done their homework well and are clearly trying to fool punters into reckoning going odds-against is value. It’s a surprise they’re offering such a sixes quote and there might have been more uptake if they have lopped off a six or a six-and-a-half.</p><p><strong>Best Bet</strong></p><p><strong>Back under 11.5 sixes at 1.73 with <a href="https://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=150&amp;a=acd6b93a-905e-45af-90ef-7eb1df661829&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Coral</a></strong></p></div>
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