Women’s Cricket Betting Tips

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Women's Cricket Betting Tips

Women’s cricket can be traced back to 1745 but it has only recently started sharing a similar limelight to that of the men’s game. 

The growth of the sport has forced spectators to take note while more and more cricket boards make their women’s teams professional, opposed to semi pro.

Its growth means it has become a very popular betting market among punters as stats and figures can be found easily as that of the men’s game.

Bets.com.au previews the big matches in the women's game from the World Cup to the Ashes.

2023 Women's Big Bash Winner Betting Odds

2023 Women's Big Bash Winner
Adelaide Strikers$1.72
Brisbane Heat$2.10
Note: Odds from Neds. Correct on 29/11/2023

With the Women's Big Bash Grand Final here, the Adelaide Strikers will face the Brisbane Heat as both sides take to the pitch for one final time this season. The Strikers are the current favourites to win it all at $1.72, but the odds have shifted since the Heat won their playoff game, with Brisbane now available at $2.10 ahead of the Grand Final. 

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Women’s Cricket Live Streaming

Watch women’s cricket matches with the bet365 live streaming service. 

Bet365 have made it easy switch between the betting markets and live action, meaning wherever you can get an internet signal you can now bet and watch.

Watch women’s cricket live streams at bet365 on your mobile, tablet, iPhone, iPad, android device or desktop computer.

To watch a bet365 stream users must be logged in and have a funded account or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours. 18+, terms and conditions apply.

Women’s Cricket History

Much like men’s cricket the women’s game evolved from England and Australia in the 1700’s. It was in 1958 when the first International Women’s Cricket Council was formed that the game started to really spread among other nations.

In the modern area women’s cricket is far more focused on One Day Internationals and T20 cricket as that is what draws the crowds. In the history of women’s cricket only 131 Test matches have taken place, the majority of those featured Australia and England.

While women’s cricket has grown through the ages it was barely noticeable, especially when compared to the men’s game. While the two are still far apart in terms of professionalism and funding the last decade has seen women’s cricket grow to proportions few would have imagined.

The women’s game is now played across all the traditionally major cricketing nations while Netherlands and Denmark are also keen participants. 

It is hard to ignore the impact T20 cricket has had on the women’s game since the mid 2000’s and now tournaments such as the Women’s Big Bash League in Australia attract more spectators than some men’s T20 tournaments around the globe.

Women’s Cricket Formats

Women’s cricket have the exact same format of the men’s game but Test cricket is very seldom played in the women’s game.

One Day Internationals (ODIs)
Twenty20 cricket (T20)
Test cricket

Women's Cricket FAQ

What are the differences between men's and women's cricket?

The men's and women's style of cricket is more or less the same but with subtle differences.

In the test arena for example, women's test cricket is played over four days while the men's is played over five.

What countries play women's cricket?

South Africa, Zimbabwe, West Indies, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Australia, New Zealand, England, and Ireland are the 12 full members of the ICC.

Who is the best women's cricket team in the world?

Australia is ranked as the best T20 and ODI team in the world, sitting above England in the T20 standings and above India in the ODIs.