Australia's best betting sites

2018 JLT One Day Cup betting

Established in 2014, the One Day Cup has breathed new life into domestic limited-overs cricket in Australia. It also serves as a great early sighter for punters ahead of the Big Bash, the Sheffield Shield and the summer’s international series.

#1 $500 winnings boost
  • BPAY deposit
  • Neteller deposit
  • POLi deposit
+more
Bet Now Read Review Available to residents of United States
$500 winnings boost

This is our complete betting guide for the 2018 JLT Cup, which starts September 16 and concludes October 10 with the final at St Kilda’s Junction Oval. Check out the full list of team squads and match fixtures, find out which players are poised for a big tournament and get the top outright odds from Australia’s best online bookmakers.

Best cricket betting sites

If you fancy a flutter on the 2018 JLT One Day Cup cricket, stick to our list of trusted online bookies. Not only do these licensed wagering operators offer some of the best odds and biggest bonuses around, they also meet the highest industry standards for security, fairness and all-round customer service. Follow the links below to ensure a safe and rewarding online betting experience with certified SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryptions, fast, convenient banking methods and a huge range of quality markets day in, day out.

About the JLT One Day Cup

The One Day Cup was launched in 2014 in an attempt to revive Australia’s flagging domestic 50-over cricket tournament. The revamped format features some significant changes from the old one-day competition, including the length of the season, the fixture structure, the selection of host venues and the number of teams involved.

Once a summer-long affair lasting from September until February, the comp is now played over the space of three weeks in September and October – a change made possible by the switch from a full home-and-away league phase to a round robin where each team plays each other only once. This condensed system has allowed for the introduction of an elimination final between the second- and third-placed teams, where previously the top two finishers went straight through to the title decider.

Just as the season has been reduced, so too have the squads. Whereas the state sides were once able to choose from their entire list of contracted players, now they are limited to 14 players each for the duration of the tournament. This rule led to the creation of a seventh team – the Cricket Australia XI, featuring some of the nation’s finest under-23 talent – but that scheme was discontinued in 2018.

The 2015 Matador Cup was played entirely in Sydney, traversing suburban venues such as Bankstown Oval, Blacktown Olympic Park, Drummoyne Oval, Hurstville Oval and North Sydney Oval. The scope of the tournament has expanded in recent years to include grounds in Brisbane, Townsville, Perth and Melbourne.

JLT One Day Cup outright betting odds

1st of January 1970

2018 JLT One Day Cup fixtures

Victoria vs. Queensland
September 16
Junction Oval, St Kilda
10am local

Western Australia vs. New South Wales
September 18
WACA Ground, Perth
2pm local

Tasmania vs. Victoria
September 19
Riverway Stadium, Townsville
10am local

New South Wales vs. South Australia
September 20
WACA Ground, Perth
2pm local

Queensland vs. Tasmania
September 22
Riverway Stadium, Townsville
10am local

Western Australia vs. South Australia
September 22
WACA Ground, Perth
2pm local

New South Wales vs. Victoria
September 23
North Sydney Oval, Sydney
9:30am local

South Australia vs. Queensland
September 25
Hurstville Oval, Sydney
9:30am local

New South Wales vs. Tasmania
September 25
North Sydney Oval, Sydney
2pm local

Victoria vs. Western Australia
September 25
Junction Oval, Melbourne
10am local

South Australia vs. Tasmania
September 27
Bankstown Oval, Sydney
9:30am local

Western Australia vs. Queensland
September 28
Hurstville Oval, Sydney
9:30am local

Victoria vs. South Australia
September 30
Junction Oval, Melbourne
10am local

Tasmania vs. Western Australia
October 1
Hurstville Oval, Sydney
9:30am local

New South Wales vs. Queensland
October 1
Drummoyne Oval, Sydney
2pm local

Qualifying Finals
2pm October 3 at North Sydney Oval, Sydney
2pm October 4 at Drummoyne Oval, Sydney

Semi Finals
2pm October 6 at Drummoyne Oval, Sydney
10:30am October 7 at Junction Oval, Melbourne

Final
10:30am October 10 at Junction Oval, St Kilda

Full Matador Cup squads

NSW Blues: Kurtis Patterson (captain), Sean Abbott, Harry Conway, Trent Copeland, Ben Dwarshuis, Jack Edwards, Mickey Edwards, Ryan Gibson, Chris Green, Moises Henriques, Daniel Hughes, Nick Larkin, Jay Lenton, Steve O’Keefe, Daniel Sams, Jason Sangha.

Queensland Bulls: Chris Lynn (captain), Jimmy Peirson (captain), Xavier Bartlett, Max Bryant, Joe Burns, Luke Feldman, Sam Heazlett, Chris Hemphrey, Lachlan Pfeffer, Jack Prestwidge, Bill Stanlake, Mark Steketee, Mitch Swepson, Sam Truloff, Jack Wildermuth.

SA Redbacks: Jake Lehmann (captain), Alex Carey, Tom Cooper, Callum Ferguson, Spencer Johnson, Joe Mennie, Harry Nielsen, Kane Richardson, Luke Robbins, Alex Ross, Chadd Sayers, Cameron Valente, Jake Weatherald, Daniel Worrall, Adam Zampa.

Tasmanian Tigers: George Bailey (captain), Jackson Bird, Nicholas Buchanan, Jake Doran, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, Simon Milenko, Tom Rogers, Clive Rose, Gurinder Sandhu, Jordan Silk, Aaron Summers, Matthew Wade, Beau Webster.

Victorian Bushrangers: Peter Handscomb (captain), Wes Agar, Scott Boland, Jackson Coleman, Travis Dean, Seb Gotch, Marcus Harris, Mackenzie Harvey, Nic Maddinson, Glenn Maxwell, Tom O’Connell, Matthew Short, Will Sutherland, Chris Tremain, Cameron White.

WA Warriors: Ashton Turner (captain), Ashton Agar, Will Bosisto, Hilton Cartwright, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Cameron Green, Josh Inglis, Matt Kelly, Simon Mackin, Joel Paris, Jhye Richardson, D’Arcy Short, Marcus Stoinis, Andrew Tye, Usman Qadir, Jonathan Wells, Sam Whiteman.

Betfair Australia

Betfair sports betting exchange

$500

$500 winnings boost

read review Bet Now

Latest cricket news and betting tips

Recent News

More News

Check out our full guide to betting on cricket in Australia and beyond, including biggest competitions, best players, best bookies and much more.