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India v England T20 World Cup semi-final tips

India v England T20 World Cup Odds & Semi Final Info
Best cricket odds India -156.25 at BetOnline | England +130 at BetOnline
When Friday, June 28 | 12:30am AEST
Where Providence Stadium, Guyana
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India v England top bets

India to win


Arshdeep Singh 3+ wickets


Jos Buttler 30+ runs


India v England semi-final preview

With a spot in the 2024 ICC T20 World Cup final on the line, India face England at Guyana’s Providence Stadium early on Friday morning (AEST) in the semi-finals.

India enter this clash as favourites at -156.25 with BetOnline, while England offer a value selection as slight underdogs at +130.

Undefeated in this T20 World Cup, India produced their most impressive win of the tournament in their last match as they beat Australia by 24 runs. Led by captain Rohit Sharma (92 off 41 balls), India set an imposing 205 in the first innings. With the ball, it was an excellent team effort — highlighted by the spin pair of Kuldeep Yadav (2/24) and Axar Patel (1/21) — which kept the Aussies below the required run rate throughout the chase.

As pre-tournament favourites, India have fulfilled all expectations. A very well-rounded side, they will be hard to beat as +125 favourites to lift the trophy with top cricket bookmakers.

England completed their Super Eight stage with a 10-wicket victory over the USA. With fast bowler Chris Jordan taking 4/10, including a hat-trick, England restricted the minnows to just 115. Looking to secure a net run rate boost, victory was secured in just 9.5 overs as captain Jos Buttler led the way with 83 not out off just 38 balls.

With a loss in each group stage, England’s form has been inconsistent throughout this T20 World Cup. However, as the defending champions, they still have the quality to compete with the best teams in the world.

India v England predictions

Faultless in this tournament so far, it is hard to look past India. Their performance against Australia showed how dominant their batting lineup can be, while they also have an excellent mix of quality spin and pace options in their bowling attack. At -156.25, back India to secure their place in the final.

Playing in his first-ever T20 World Cup, Indian fast bowler Arshdeep Singh has been lethal with the new ball. With 15 wickets at an average of 11.86 in his six matches, the left-armer has taken multiple scalps in all but one game. Back Singh to continue his stellar wicket-taking form with three or more at +275 with leading T20 betting sites.

Coming off an excellent innings against the USA, skipper Jos Buttler once again looks the most dangerous batsman for England. The 33-year-old is averaging 48 with a strike rate of 160 at this tournament. Last time these sides faced off in a World Cup semi-final, Buttler scored an unbeaten 80, so back the keeper-batsman to have a big impact with 30 or more runs at +110 with major online bookies.

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