THE time for bash and crash has almost arrived.
The seventh season of the Big Bash League begins on Wednesday, December 19 and at BettingSite.com.au, we’re ready.
Cruising through our site you’ll find a mountain of stats, promotions, fixtures, bookie bonuses, team info and everything you could hope to know before placing your bets for the season ahead.
And what a season it promises to be.
Can the Perth Scorchers continue their strangle hold on the competition?
Can the big hitters at the Brisbane Heat back up last year’s heroics?
Is it all doom and gloom for the Renegades and Thunder?
With just under a week to go until the action starts, let’s take a look at the futures markets and find some value in the early odds.
Outright winner betting for BBL07
|Big Bash League 2017/18 winner||CrownBet.com.au odds|
Our tip: After playing off in the Grand Final last season, we think the Brisbane Heat can go one better this season at $6 with CrownBet.com.au. Much will rely on Chris Lynn and Brendon McCullum to deliver, but the Heat have made some savvy recruiting moves that will see them give good value for money.
Most losses betting for BBL07
|Most losses in 2017/18||CrownBet.com.au odds|
Our tip: After finishing on the bottom of the ladder last season, the Sydney Thunder have made no great gains to their squad and look destined for another disappointing season. We think they’ll out-stink the Hurricanes and make it a record fifth wooden spoon in their seven years.
Top run-scorer betting for BBL07
|Top run-scorer for 2017/18||CrownBet.com.au odds|
Our tip: With no danger of going anywhere on international duty, Brendon McCullum is the value in this market at $9. He will get every opportunity at the top of the order each game and enjoys Australian bowling.
Top wicket-taker betting for BBL07
|Most wickets for 2017/18||CrownBet.com.au odds|
|Nathan Coulter Nile||$17|
Our tip: After tearing the competition apart last year after returning from international retirement, we’re expecting Mitchell Johnson to go one better in 2017/18 and lead the competition. He still has the pace and firepower and will love the faster WACA wickets.