The Pakistan super league entered its 3th year on Thursday amid a lot less hype and ceremony than the more prestigious 20/20 league tournaments such as the Big Bash and of course the Indian Premier League. It’s a month-long tournament with a game nearly every day taking place.
There is a strange reluctance for some punters to not bet on so called lesser tournaments and leagues in all sports as there is a feeling that betting on the Premier League, Grand Slams the biggest cricket leagues are better to bet on as the teams, players and individuals are better known to a punter and make decision making easier.
Whilst the players and teams are more recognisable to followers, its quite often the case that these markets are certainly more efficient to bookmakers who have a very strong interest in these events with a large volume of money riding on the more popular events. A couple of friends of mine who have done well in Tennis and Football interestingly told me that a lot of their profits come from Challenger events in Tennis, played in front of a handful of people and Non-league football where games are also played in front of 100s of people instead of 1000s and that quite simply the same care and attention is not paid to the odds of the bigger games with more money riding on the markets.
The same can sometimes apply in cricket to lesser known or less popular 20/20 leagues such as the Pakistan and Bangladesh leagues that are more in their infancy and do not attract the same media interest or always attract players who will happily miss it, in their packed schedules whilst looking for a break from the game.
I’ve mentioned in a previous article that 20/20 tournament betting is often a case of who reacts quickest between bookmaker and punter to team news and batting line ups. Sides are made up of players from all around the world mixed with local players and takes a while for teams to find their favoured starting line ups as well as preferred batting order, which can see a lot of chopping and changing and some excellent value in players who start batting lower in the order moved up the order at very short notice as teams adjust to the vagaries of form and injury’s. This is as equally prevalent in the Pakistan super league as the more illustrious competitions in Australia and India.
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