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Australia vs Sri Lanka Betting Tips 28/10/2021

Teams Status

Australia

Australia started their campaign with a battling win over South Africa last Saturday. 

Despite having been set a target of just 119 runs, the Aussies, who’ve never won this tournament, found themselves five down at the score of 81.

This is when a clutch 40-run partnership between Marcus Stoinis and Matthew Wade saved the day for them.

It wasn’t an impressive batting performance but it got the job done and keeps them in a good position for progression. Their bowlers, though, were superb and put on a great show, each chipping in with a few wickets each to restrict the Proteas to a paltry target.

Sri Lanka

Like the Aussies, the Lankans, too, were victorious in their opening match, beating Bangladesh by five wickets.

Their task though was a lot bigger as they had to track down a 172-run target, which they did due to an incredible and unbeaten 80-run knock by Charith Asalanka. He was well supported by Bhanuka Rajapaksa’s 53.

While that was a good enough result, to do the same against the Aussies, they’d have to be even better as the Aussie bowling unit is still among the world’s best, even if their batting may have deteriorated.

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Australia are the favourites for this fixture. 22Bet has Australia priced at 1.39 and Sri Lanka at 3.0. Betway has Australia available for 1.40 and Sri Lanka for 3.0. Lastly, Dafabet has Australia priced at 1.41 and Sri Lanka at 3.0.


Tipster’s Angle

Tip: Sri Lanka to win @ 3.0 

It’s not that we are big fans of Sri Lanka but it’s just that we do not have much faith in Australia right now. Maybe they will change our minds later but as of right now we’d have a favourable look on Asian teams. The odds have been sourced from 22Bet.

Tip: Glenn Maxwell To Score Most Sixes @ 5.50

Glenn Maxwell was in incredible form during the IPL, at one point scoring three back-to-back-back half-centuries. He had his start in the game against South Africa but got out. We think his big, six-laden knock is coming too, hence, this play. The odds have been sourced from 22Bet.

Conclusion

Australia are stronger but we do not trust them with such short odds, which is why we side with Sri Lanka here.

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