Although limited-overs cricket is on the up and up all over the globe, nothing can match the history, majesty and romance of the Ashes Test series between Australia and England. This is your one-stop shop for the latest odds on all the biggest Ashes betting markets, including series futures, correct score bets and the most popular player props.
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2017/18 Ashes outright betting
Despite a few well-documented selection queries, Australia’s dominant record on home soil makes them obvious favourites to reclaim the urn this summer. England’s patchwork squad of inexperienced prospects and fading veterans might be the weakest that has graced Australian shores since the 1990s, especially with superstar allrounder Ben Stokes in limbo over assault charges in the UK.
Australia vs. England series score odds
It is no surprise to see online bookmakers forecasting a strong overall win for even this motley crew of Aussie battlers. England have won only six Ashes Tests away from home since 1990, three of which came in the summer of 2010/11. As such, most of the money is on a 5-0 or 4-0 series win to the hosts.
|Australia 4-0||+375||+333||+400||+325||Australia 3-2||+800||+900||+800||+900|
Australia top runscorer betting
Australia captain Steve Smith and sidekick David Warner are always dominant on their own turf, and punters are loading up on the pair to enjoy another fruitful summer. Usman Khawaja is also a noted performer on the faster, firmer wickets of home, but Shaun Marsh’s match-turning ton in Adelaide has throw the West Australian into the mix as well.
|Shaun Marsh||+450||+550||+500||+500||Cameron Bancroft||+1100||+1200||+1200||+1100|
England top batsman odds
With Alastair Cook struggling for runs in the early stages of the tour, Joe Root is the man to get behind in England’s top runscorer markets. James Vince and Mark Stoneman have shown glimpses without making big scores, while Jonny Bairstow could make a charge from number seven if he ever gets a chance to bat with the top order.
|James Vince||+800||+700||+1000||+700||Jonny Bairstow||+550||+700||+650||+800|
Australia top wicket-taker bets
Mitchell Starc’s five-for in the second innings at Adelaide puts him top of Australia’s bowling charts leading into the WACA Test, but he faces stiff competition from the impressive Nathan Lyon with Melbourne and Sydney still to come. Pat Cummins has been the most consistent of the Aussie quicks and Josh Hazlewood has enjoyed moments of brilliance, but both are striking at well over 60 balls per wicket.
|Josh Hazlewood||+1000||+900||+1000||+800||Pat Cummins||+1100||+900||+1200||+900|
England top bowler odds
Jimmy Anderson produced one of his best-ever Ashes displays in the second Test, so it is no surprise to see him leading this market. His long-serving partner, Stuart Broad, is due for a big performance, while Craig Overton impressed with four wickets on debut at Adelaide Oval.
|Chris Woakes||+300||+300||+300||+300||Craig Overton||+800||+1000||+1000||+1100|
Ashes player of the series odds
The Aussie trio of Smith, Starc and Warner remain the go-to options for Ashes player of the series, although Lyon could be a real contender is he keeps up this career-best form. Root is the obvious leader of the British brigade, and one suspects he will get the gong should the visitors spring a mighty upset and retain the Ashes.
|Nathan Lyon||+700||+500||David Warner||+800||+550|
|Jimmy Anderson||+1700||+1800||Cameron Bancroft||+2500||+2500|
|Chris Woakes||+4000||+5000||Peter Handscomb||+4000||+8000|
|Alastair Cook||+8000||+6600||Craig Overton||+10000||+10000|