Twenty20 Cricket

Nowadays, cricket is one of the most popular sports. Players will use sticks to hit the ball. Currently, there are three main styles of cricket play: Test cricket, One-day cricket (Limited overs cricket) and Twenty20 (T20). The most outstanding is the Twenty20 Cricket. There are even world championships for this type of cricket.

Twenty20 is a new type of One-day cricket that many players follow in the 21st century. Twenty20 means that each team is limited to hitting and serving in 20 throws instead of the 50 throws for normal One-day cricket.

The highlight of Twenty20 Cricket is that the duration of the game will be very short. A normal match can end in about three hours. Twenty20 Cricket was created to attract newcomers to cricket. Because people who watch the games of this sport for the first time may not be interested if the game lasts too long.

If matches are affected by bad weather, bets will be governed by the official competition rules with the following exceptions: If a match is decided on a bowl toss or toss a coin, then all bets will be void.

If a match is suspended due to outside interference, bets will be void unless the result is announced based on the official competition rules. In the event of a change of the opponent from the advertised person, all bets on that match will be void.

Where no specific price or status is quoted for the draw and the official competition rules determine whether a party wins or loses, bets will be settled on the official result. In contests where a Bowl Out or Super Over determines the winner, bets will be settled on the official result.

T20 Cricket World Cup was first held in 2007. Strong teams are South Africa, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, India, Australia, England, New Zealand, West Indies, Zimbabwe, and Bangladesh.