Picking a Winner
Discussion started by peterpaul , on 11 March 11:31 PM
For picking a winner in the division matches you need to gain knowledge about the squads. The foreign players make difference in the matches because every team has its share of batsman and bowlers in the team. County Cricket betting the best example of this was when Pakistan spinner Mushtaq Ahmed signed for Sussex in 2003. He was able to bamboozle English batsmen and Sussex duly romped to their first title. They were 40-1 at the start of the season.

If a team has very good spinner, they are very good for betting because English conditions are very easy for them. Surrey was able to call on Saqlain Mushtaq for their period of domination while Northampton shire was promoted in 2003 thanks to spinners Jason Brown and Graeme Swann. In this it is the rule to be aware of the side which has very good players. Due to central contracts they very rarely play so although Steve Harmison is in the Durham squad, don't back them on the strength of that as he rarely turns out for them.
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