TopSport punting preview: Big Bash Round 1

We'll be previewing Topsport's Big Bash markets throughout the season, check out our plays for Round 1.

Punting Preview

Each week of the Big Bash season we’ll be dropping punting previews for the round ahead.

So far in 2021 with our NRL previews we’ve produced a return on investment (ROI) of 108% putting us well in the green across the entire season.

We’ll look into plenty of same-game multis in our plays, with TopSport offering the best odds on those markets across the board.

We’ll also look into ‘Player Performance markets’ which simulate fantasy scoring, as per Topsport website, the points system is:

‘Player performance is an accumulation of points from a players match performance. Points are official result and as per decision. Bets are void if a player is not in the starting 11, however if they are named and take the field, bets are deemed to have action providing the rain intervention rules do not apply. Ie if a player gets injured in one innings the bet has action providing the required overs are played.’

1 point per run scored with the bat

10 points per catch taken in the field

20 points per wicket taken with the ball

25 points per stumping carried out by the wicket keeper

30 points for a Caught and Bowled

Let’s take a look at the tips for the opening round, with all our markets provided exclusively by TopSport.

PLAYER PERFORMANCE MARKETS! Topsport are offering Big Bash markets based on fantasy scoring systems, back your knowledge and give them a crack. Use the code ‘SCPLAYBOOK’ when signing up.

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PLAY ONEPlayer performance multi

  • Heat: Bartlett over 20.5 points @2.35
  • Renegades: Richardson over 27.5 points @$1.90

= $4.46

PLAY TWOPlayer performance multi

  • Heat: Mujeeb over 20.5 points @$2.35
  • Strikers: Khan over 38.5 points @$2

= $4

*Player performance bet void if player benched/out of final XIs.

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