A cricket betting video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket betting odds as John Pennington and Alastair Symondson look ahead to the Twenty20 International series between England and India as well as South Africa and New Zealand.
Fresh from winning the Test series 2-1, a confident England team will take on India who will be glad to get on to the pitch and away from being criticised from all quarters for their performance in the Tests. Neither side is at full strength however, with England missing their captain Stuart Broad as well as James Anderson and Steven Finn, meaning Eoin Morgan will captain and Joe Root, Stuart Meaker and James Harris will be looking to impress.
India have called up Ambati Rayudu to replace Manoj Tiwary while both Lakshmiphaty Balaji and Ranganath Vinay Kumar succumbed to injuries meaning a very different India side will take to the field. If India should win both matches, they stand a chance of reaching the top of the T20I rankings although they would still need to beat Pakistan in two matches later this month.
Meanwhile, it is a similar story in Durban, where South Africa and New Zealand are preparing for the first of three matches missing key players. Ross Taylor is absent for the tourists and a number of players are set to debut while AB de Villiers, Jacques Kallis and Hashim Amla are all rested for the Proteas.
Find out what the Cricket World team think and then leave us your thoughts.
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