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T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 Free Bets, Offers & Betting Guide


The 2024 T20 Cricket World Cup, the ninth edition of this tournament, will take place in the West Indies and USA. The tournament will run from June 1 until the final on June 29.

We will bring you the very best cricket World Cup free bets here, while we have a dedicated Cricket World Cup Tips page where you can find our tournament preview and match previews of all the big games taking place.

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Who are the T20 Cricket World Cup Favourites?

This year’s tournament has been expanded to feature a record 20 teams, up from the 16 of the previous tournament won by England in Australia and featuring a number of qualifiers, with Canada and Uganda competing for the first time.

Prior to the start of the tournament, as usual India are the favourites for lift the trophy while England and Australia can also be found at short odds. Here are the odds before the start of the World Cup, courtesy of bet365.

  • India - 7/4
  • Australia - 3/1
  • England - 11/2
  • South Africa - 11/2
  • West Indies - 6/1
  • Afghanistan - 18/1
  • Bangladesh - 66/1
  • USA - 100/1

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T20 World Cup Betting Tips and Predictions

Our daily T20 World Cup betting tips and predictions will appear here closer to the tournament.

T20 World Cup Tournament Info

The T20 World Cup will be split between the USA and the West Indies this year, acting as part of the game’s expansion into the States alongside Major League Cricket in recent years.

There will be 55 matches in total across nine venues, six of which are in the Caribbean (Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Guyana, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines and Trinidad and Tobago) and three in the US (Florida, New York and Texas).

The first game of the tournament will see hosts United States take on Canada in Texas on June 1 before defending champions England start their tournament against Scotland on June 4 in Barbados.

T20 World Cup Format

This year’s T20 World Cup will be very different to the previous editions, with a lot more teams entering the competition which means more matches.

In total, 20 teams have qualified which is up from the 16 of the 2022 tournament. The sides have been split into four groups, and from there the top two teams in each group will advance to the Super 8 stage.

In the Super 8s, the qualifying teams will be split into two groups of four and again the top two sides from each group will qualify for the knockouts - essentially two semi-finals which then lead onto the final.

Pakistan and India have been drawn in the same initial group stage, while England and Australia are also together in the groups which sets the scene for some big early matches.

T20 World Cup Groups and Schedule

Group A Table

TeamPlayedWonPoints
India437
United States425
Pakistan424
Canada413
Ireland4-1

Group A Schedule

  • June 1: USA beat Canada by 7 wickets
  • June 5: India beat Ireland by 8 wickets
  • June 6: Match Tied - USA beat Pakistan in the Super Over
  • June 7: Canada beat Ireland by 12 runs
  • June 9: India beat Pakistan by 6 runs
  • June 11: Pakistan beat Canada by 7 wickets
  • June 12: India beat USA by 7 wickets
  • June 14: United States vs Ireland - Match Abandoned
  • June 15: Canada vs India - Match Abandoned
  • June 16: Pakistan beat Ireland by 3 wickets

Group B Table

TeamPlayedWonPoints
Australia448
England425
Scotland425
Namibia412
Oman4-0

Group B Schedule

  • June 2: Match Tied - Namibia beat Oman in the Super Over
  • June 4: Match Abandoned (England vs Scotland)
  • June 5: Australia beat Oman by 39 runs
  • June 6: Scotland beat Namibia by 5 wickets
  • June 8: Australia beat England by 36 runs
  • June 9: Scotland beat Oman by 7 wickets
  • June 11: Australia beat Namibia by 9 wickets
  • June 13: England beat Oman by 8 wickets
  • June 15: England beat Namibia by 41 runs
  • June 15: Australia beat Scotland by 5 wickets

Group C Table

TeamPlayedWonPoints
West Indies448
Afghanistan436
New Zealand424
Uganda412
Papua New Guinea4-0

Group C Schedule

  • June 2: West Indies beat Papua New Guinea by 5 wickets
  • June 3: Afghanistan beat Uganda by 125 runs
  • June 5: Uganda beat Papua New Guinea by 3 wickets
  • June 7: Afghanistan beat New Zealand by 84 runs
  • June 8: West Indies beat Uganda by 134 runs
  • June 12: West Indies beat New Zealand by 13 runs
  • June 13: Afghanistan beat Papua New Guinea by 7 wickets
  • June 14: New Zealand won by 8 wickets
  • June 17: New Zealand beat Papua New Guinea by 7 wickets
  • June 17: West Indies beat Afghanistan by 104 runs

Group D Table

TeamPlayedWonPoints
South Africa448
Bangladesh436
Sri Lanka413
Netherlands412
Nepal4-1

Group D Schedule

  • June 3: South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets
  • June 4: Netherlands beat Nepal by 6 wickets
  • June 7: Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka by 2 wickets
  • June 8: South Africa beat Netherlands by 4 wickets
  • June 10: South Africa beat Bangladesh by 4 runs
  • June 11: Match Abandoned
  • June 13: Bangladesh beat Netherlands by 25 runs
  • June 14: South Africa beat Nepal by 1 run
  • June 16: Bangladesh beat Nepal by 21 runs
  • June 16: Sri Lanka beat Netherlands by 83 runs

Full T20 World Cup Schedule

Sat 1: USA v Canada (Dallas, 1.30am)

Sun 2: West Indies v Papua New Guinea (Guyana, 3.30pm)

Sun 2: Namibia v Oman (Barbados, 1.30am)

Mon 3: Sri Lanka v South Africa (New York, 3.30pm)

Mon 3: Afghanistan v Uganda (Guyana, 1.30am)

Tues 4: England v Scotland (Barbados, 3.30pm)

Tues 4: Netherlands v Nepal (Dallas, 4.30pm)

Weds 5: India v Ireland (New York, 3pm)

Weds 5: Papua New Guinea v Uganda (Guyana, 12.30am)

Weds 5: Australia v Oman (Barbados, 1.30am)

Thurs 6: USA v Pakistan (Dallas, 4.30pm)

Thurs 6: Namibia v Scotland (Barbados, 8pm)

Fri 7: Canada v Ireland (New York, 3.30pm)

Fri 7: New Zealand v Afghanistan (Guyana, 12.30am)

Fri 7: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh (Dallas, 1.30am)

Sat 8: Netherlands v South Africa (New York, 3.30pm)

Sat 8: Australia v England (Barbados, 6pm)

Sat 8: West Indies v Uganda (Guyana, 1.30am)

Sun 9: India v Pakistan (New York, 3.30pm)

Sun 9: Oman v Scotland (Antigua, 6pm)

Mon 10: South Africa v Bangladesh (New York, 3.30pm)

Tues 11: Pakistan v Canada (New York, 3.30pm)

Tues 11: Sri Lanka v Nepal (Florida, 12.30am)

Tues 11: Australia v Namibia (Antigua, 1.30am)

Weds 12: USA v India (New York, 3.30pm)

Weds 12: West Indies v New Zealand (Trinidad, 1.30am)

Thurs 13: England v Oman (Antigua, 8pm)

Thurs 13: Bangladesh v Netherlands (St Vincent, 3.30pm)

Thurs 13: Afghanistan v Papua New Guinea (Trinidad, 1.30am)

Fri 14: USA v Ireland (Florida, 3.30pm)

Fri 14: South Africa v Nepal (St Vincent, 12.30am)

Fri 14: New Zealand v Uganda (Trinidad, 1.30am)

Sat 15: India v Canada (Florida, 3.30pm)

Sat 15: Namibia v England (Antigua, 6pm)

Sat 15: Australia v Scotland (St Lucia, 1.30am)

Sun 16: Pakistan v Ireland (Florida, 3.30pm)

Sun 16: Bangladesh v Nepal (St Vincent, 12.30am)

Sun 16: Sri Lanka v Netherlands (St Lucia, 1.30am)

Mon 17: New Zealand v Papua New Guinea (Trinidad, 3.30pm)

Mon 17: West Indies v Afghanistan (St Lucia, 1.30am)

Weds 19: A2 v B1 (Antigua, 3.30pm)

Weds 19: B1 v C2 (St Lucia, 1.30am)

Thurs 20: C1 v A1 (Barbados, 3.30pm)

Thurs 20: B2 v D2 (Antigua, 1.30am)

Fri 21: B1 v D1 (St Lucia, 3.30pm)

Fri 21: A2 v C2 (Barbados, 1.30am)

Sat 22: A1 v D2 (Antigua, 3.30pm)

Sat 22: C1 v B2 (St Vincent, 1.30am)

Sun 23: A2 v B1 (Barbados, 3.30pm)

Sun 23: C2 v D1 (Antigua, 1.30am)

Mon 24: B2 v A1 (St Lucia, 3.30pm)

Mon 24: C1 v D2 (St Vincent, 1.30am)

Weds 26: Semi-final 1 (Guyana, 1.30am)

Thurs 27: Semi-final 2 (Trinidad, 3.30pm)

Sat 29: Final (Barbados, 3pm)

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