Round Four Matches: ICC World T20 Qualifiers 2019 Betting

Ed Hawkins

Sunday, October 20, 2019 11:13 AM UTC

Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019 11:13 AM UTC

What are the hot tips and best bets as the tournament gets into full swing in the UAE?
<div><h2>Round Four Matches</h2><p><a href="" target="_blank" title="Check All Cricket Odds"><strong>Monday, 21 October 2019</strong></a></p><p>It’s another busy day of action in round four. Scotland, back on track after beating Kenya, should start to motor by taking down a Papua New Guinea side which has won two out of two to top the section.</p><p>Richie Berrington was the architect of that success. It was bitter sweet for his top-bat backers. Berrington made an accomplished 27 but he was three short of taking honours. He then claimed three wickets to take the man of the match award.</p><p>Berrington is probably value for top bat honours again but his win rate will be out of line with his odds. An alternative wager could be a Papua New Guinea top batter.</p><p><a href=";a=9feaaf7a-d7a2-4185-974a-81ad171951df&amp;f=3"><img alt src="" style="width:100%;height:12px" /></a></p><p>Tony Ura has one of the most extraordinary win percentages we have seen. The opener is head and shoulders above the rest of his team-mates. He has seven wins in his last ten. Against Namibia, Ura came up trumps once again with 71 from 42 balls.</p><p>Ura has two T20 centuries in his career and at 30 he knows his game well. In fact, he’s worth checking on the individual runs markets. In 38 matches, Ura has an average (including not outs as a completed innings) of 31 runs per knock. That’s more than healthy.</p><p>A little later, Kenya take on Bermuda and our database has unearthed more top-bat value. Step forward Rakep Patel. Patel has a 37.5 per cent win rate on career. And in his last eight he has won four times. He has not won in his last two against the Netherlands and Scotland so it could be argued he is overdue. At the age of 30, Patel knows his game and he trusts an attacking instinct which has returned a hugely impressive strike rate of 146.</p><p>That figure is great news for top bat bettors. We know he has little to beat and if Kenya’s batting is sloppy again, he might not have to bat time for us to get a win-ner. We expect him to be underrated on the market and anything bigger than 7.0 (we know his hit rate is better than that) is a wager.</p><p style="text-align:center"><br /><a href="" target="_blank" title="More Cricket Tips"><strong>Check all Cricket Tips</strong></a></p></div>
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