Tag Archives: T20

The Cricket Trader: Sri Lanka v Australia Second T20I

Following their thumping win the first T20I in Pallekele, Australia will look to round off their tour of Sri Lanka by securing a 2-0 series win with victory against the hosts in Colombo on Friday.

The Cricket Trader: Sri Lanka v Australia First T20I

After a comprehensive 4-1 victory in the ODI series, Australia turn their attention to their least favoured format with the beginning of a two-match T20I series against Sri Lanka in Pallekele on Tuesday.

IPL 2016 Season Preview: The Cricket Trader

Ahead of the start of the ninth edition of the IPL, The Cricket Trader runs his eyes through each sides chances this season of lifting the trophy.

2016 World T20 Cup: Australia v Pakistan – The Cricket Trader

Friday night sees the must-win clash between Australia and Pakistan at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali. The Cricket Trader previews...

2016 World T20 Cup: New Zealand v Pakistan – The Cricket Trader

The Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali will host the important World T20 Cup clash between New Zealand and Pakistan on Tuesday night.

2016 World T20 Cup: Australia v New Zealand – The Cricket Trader

After stunning the World T20 Cup hosts and favourites India in their first match, New Zealand travel to Dharamsala to take on their nemesis Australia on Friday night.

2016 World T20 Cup: England v West Indies

The Cricket Trader is backing a "minor upset" in the form of a West Indies win when they start their World T20 Cup campaign against England on Thursday morning.

2016 World T20 Cup: India v New Zealand – The Cricket Trader

The Cricket Trader previews the opening match of the World T20 Cup between hosts India and New Zealand.

2016 World T20 Cup Preview – Group 1: The Cricket Trader

The Cricket Trader rates the chances of those in Group A taking out the World T20 Cup, starting in India next week.

Cricket Betting: South Africa v Australia T20I 2

Can Australia break their T20I losing streak against South Africa? The Cricket Trader doesn't think so. Read why here.