Albion and cricket World Cup betting odds

Brighton & Hove Albion ended a run of two straight defeats in the Championship with a point at Cardiff City on Tuesday night.
Albion striker Chris O'GradyAlbion striker Chris O'Grady
Albion striker Chris O'Grady

Albion are currently 4/1 to drop down to League One after being priced at 20/1 when the season began back in August.

It does not get any easier for the Seagulls as they travel to Sheffield Wednesday, a team who have failed to overcome in their last 12 visits to Hillsborough.

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The Owls, who have not won in their last five league matches, are installed as the 11/8 favourites to come away with the three points, while Albion and a draw are both priced at 23/10.

This is a game likely to see few goals and you can get odds of 8/11 if there are two or fewer. A 1-1 draw is priced at 6/1 and the goalless draw is 13/2.

England begin their cricket World Cup campaign with a tricky test as they face tournament host’s Australia and are 2/1 to pull off a shock win.

BetVictor are offering odds of 10/1 for England to win the tournament outright but it looks to be a three-horse race for the top prize with Australia (7/4), South Africa (3/1) and New Zealand (11/2) all looking most likely to win the competiton.

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Brendan McCullum, who played for Sussex in 2010, is 14/1 to finish as the tournaments leading run-scorer.

In the bowling stakes Chris Jordan, currently of Sussex, is priced at 250/1 to be England’s leading run-scorer and 14/1 to take the most wickets for his country.

Sussex also have two other current players taking part in the tournament and Ed Joyce is 5/2 to finish as Ireland’s leading scorer, while Matt Machan is 3/1 to achieve the same for Scotland.

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