Looking at the very early betting markets on the next World Test Championship will show you that there are only two teams that are being backed at this very early stage of the betting, and as such it will be a toss-up as to which of those two teams you will be best off backing.
That is of course if you want to back on the first or second favourite to win that ever popular cricket tournament that is, and as for the team that is the current early favourite, well it will probably not surprise you to learn that team is of course India.
Now, it does appear most bookies are also of the mind, like most punters are, that it will be India that wins that cricket tournament, and as such the best odds you are going to find on offer on them winning will be around the 4/5 mark.
But do shop around and compare the odds on India if you do rate their chance of winning the next World Test Championship as you may stick it lucky and find bookie offering slightly higher odds, and for reference the next team in the betting is Australia and as far as their early odds go, well they are being touted at odds of 11/4 by most bookies.
New Zealand and England Next in the Betting
To be fair there isn’t much value to be had if you fancy backing either India or Australia to win the World Test Series, however that is of course your decision to make, and they both do have a very good chance of winning.
There is however some much better value to be had if you are prepared to take your chances on either the third or fourth early favourites, and for reference those two teams are New Zealand who are currently a 7/1 shot and England who may just pull the tournament out of the bag at much higher odds of 8/1.
The Outsiders to win the World Test Championship
The odds attached to all of the other teams that are going to be taking part in the next World Test Series are high, but there will always be fans of those teams that are prepared to bet on them to win no matter how high their odds are.
So let me now give you some ideas as to the current early odds you can currently bag on each of the outsiders starting with South Africa who are a 12/1 shot, they are then followed in the betting markets by Pakistan whose odds are over double their odds, those odds being 25/1.
Next you have Sri Lanka who certainly do look up against it if their 50/1odds are to be taken at face value, and the two rank outsiders that are friendless in the early World Test Championship betting markets are both Bangladesh and West Indies who can both be backed at odds of at the very least 100/1 at most bookies sites.