Pack your togs, the 2024 T20 World Cup is underway in the Caribbean (and a little bit in the US too).

We have a wide range of markets available, but you can also check back here for daily tips for every single match.

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Thursday 16th June

USA vs South Africa
12.30am AEST

Team USA will make their debut in the Super 8 Round after a cinderella run in the group stages. It now get’s real however and this match up against South Africa could see the American campaign come to a close.

South Africa are $1.18 to pick up a win here and while the US have been enjoyable to watch, it probably all wraps up here for the hosts.

Quinton De Kock is the favourite for top SA runscorer and my pick in this market as well. De Kock will have every opportunity to run up a score in this one and I like him to do just that.

Tips: South Africa To Win @ $1.18, Quinton De Kock Top South African Runscorer @ $4

England vs West indies
10.30am AEST

England will need to eliminate our gracious hosts if they want to advance in this world cup. Given the way that the Windies have been hitting them though, I don’t like their chances.

The West Indies are technically the underdogs in this one but not by much at all, they’re $1.94 here and where I’m leaning in this one.

England have looked shaky at best in this world cup and truth be told… I hate them.

Tips: West Indies to Win @ $1.94

Thursday 11th June

USA vs India
12.30am AEST

Fresh off their biggest win ever, team USA will now take on India and despite picking up the upset against Pakistan. I don’t see them doing the same against India.

It’s been a great run for the US so far and a win here would see them almost all but confirm a spot in the next round but I don’t know if anyone in the world sees India losing this one.

King Kohli is yet to fire this tournament and I see him picking off a few throw downs the US boys will dish up.

Jasprit Bumrah has been the pick of the Indian Bowlers so far this tournament and is also my pick here against the US.

Tips: Virat Kohli Top Indian Runscorer @ $3.30, Jasprit Bumrah Top Indian Wicket Taker @ $3.45

West Indies vs New Zealand
10.30am AEST

The Kiwis are yet to win a game in this tournament and are up against our gracious hosts the West Indies for the second game this Thursday.

The Windies are the short price favourites at $1.64 but surely NZ can bounce back and pick up a win here. Sure they looked rattled against Afghanistan in their first game of the tournament but good teams always find a way.

West Indian Bowler Akeal Hosein has six wickets in two games, he’s my pick for the top Windies bowler and Daryl Mitchell should be up there for NZ.

Tips: NZ to win @ $2.25, Akeal Hosein top West Indian Bowler @ $4.40, Daryl Mitchell top Kiwi runscorer @ $5.20

Wednesday 10th June

Pakistan vs Canada
12.30am AEST

Pakistan are desperate for a win after an embarrassing loss to the US of A last week and a loss to arch rivals India more recently. The bookies have them at short odds against Canada here but honestly, who knows with Pakistan.

They’re turning into one of the great myths in world sport and I don’t trust them here even if they are $1.10.

Just give me Babar and Shaheen and let’s move on.

Tips: Babar Azam Top Pakistani Runscorer @ $3.30, Shaheen Afridi Top Pakistani Wicket Taker @ $3.50

Sri Lanka vs Nepal
9.30am AEST

Don’t sleep on the Nepalese in this game here, there is a lot of expectation on Sri Lanka to coast through this game but we’ve already seen a few upsets this tournament.

Sri Lanka are 0-2 so far and are at the bottom of their group, they’re $1.10 to win against Nepal here but I play on the upset might not be the worst bet of all time.

Nepal came close against the Netherlands and I’m willing to back the underdogs here!

Tips: Nepal To Win @ $6.75

Australia vs Namibia
10.30am AEST

Our boys take on the Namibian team we beat in warm ups with nine players and a handful of staff as sub fielders.

Without sounding too cocky, we pump this team tomorrow.

Tips: Travis Head Top Australian Runscorer @ $3.90, Mitchell Starc Top Australian Wickettaker @ $3.90

Tuesday 9th June

South Africa vs Bangladesh
12.30am AEST

South Africa will take on Bangladesh in their third game of the tournament and the bookies are backing them pretty heavily.

Despite the Bangers getting the win in their first game it’s hard to make a case for them against the powerhouses that are South Africa.

Aidan Markram is yet to fire so far this tournament but is a great price to be SA’s top runscorer here. He’s $4.80 and that’s where I’m looking.

Wickets wise, Anrich Nortje already has six wickets to his name this tournament. With an average of 4.33, he’s my pick for Top SA Wicket taker.

Tips: Aidan Markram Top South African Wicket Taker @ $4.80, Anrich Nortje Top South African Wicket Taker @ $3.90

Saturday 8th June

Canada vs Ireland
12.30am AEST

After a loss in the opening match of the tournament, Canada will now take on Ireland in a match that should hopefully be fairly competitive.

Ireland were dismissed for just 96 against India but should bounce back here. Ireland’s number 3 Lorcan Tucker looks value for me at $5.20 for top runscorer. That’s where I’m looking.

Not many wickets fell against India either but Mark Adair should be the guy against Canada, he finished with figure of 1/27 last game and should hopefully improve on that here.

Tips: Lorcan Tucker Top Irish Runscorer @ $5.20, Mark Adair Top Irish Wicket Taker @ $3.70

New Zealand vs Afghanistan
9.30am AEST

New Zealand are yet to play a game so far this tournament and will open their campaign with a match against Afghanistan who coasted home in their first game against Uganda.

Gurbaz and Ibrahim really set the tone in that game and it’s hard to look past either of them for top Afghani runscorer. We have to pick one so I’m running with Gurbaz again. He’s $4.25.

Currently the tourney’s leading wicket taker, Farooqi is my pick for Afghani wicket taker. He was unstoppable against Uganda and should trouble the Kiwis here.

Am I taking Afghanistan to win though? No, I’m with the Kiwis. The boys should have more than enough talent to beat Afghanistan. Should be a good game.

Tips: Gurbaz Top Afghanistan Run Scorer @ $4.25, Farooqi top Afghanistan Wicket Taker @ $4.60, Rachin Ravindra Top New Zealand Runscorer @ $6.75, Lockie Ferguson Top New Zealand Wicket Taker @ $4.75

Thursday 6th June

India vs Ireland
12.30am AEST

Ireland will be India’s first victims of this T20 World Cup, they’re currently $9.75 to India’s $1.04 and they’ll certainly need to conjure on the luck of the Irish if they’re to pull off an upset here.

I’m not thinking too hard about this one, let’s go Kohli top runscorer and Arshdeep Singh for top Indian wicket taker.

Tips: Virat Kohli Top Indian Runscorer @ $3.40, Arshdeep Singh Top Indian Wicket Taker @ $4.40

Papua New Guinea vs Uganda
9.30am AEST

One of the more interesting matchups we’ll have in these early stages of the tournament. Both sides are incredibly new to the world stage and we have limited data so tipping with confidence is a struggle.

Uganda where blown off the park in their first game against Afghanistan but there certainly was some promising signs in the areas that Captain Brian Masaba bowled. He took 2fa in that game and I’m going to back him for top Ugandan wicket taker.

Ronak Patel showed some very strong technique in his one boundary before being skittled by a Farooqi inswinger. I don’t see him missing out two games in a row.

Uganda are the underdogs here but I don’t know if we can call it an upset if they win.

Tips: Uganda to win @ $3.35, Ronak Patel Top Ungandan Runscorer, Brian Masaba Top Ugandan Wicket Taker @ $7.25

Australia vs Oman
10.30am AEST

Australia are $1.01 to beat Oman.

I have never seen Oman play cricket and being the huge nuffy I am, that’s saying something. Considering our boys beat Namibia in a warm up with 9 players and training staff as sub fielders. I think we blitz Oman.

Davey Warner for Top Runscorer, I don’t see him throwing his wicket away here and Starcy for top wicket taker. He’s had a hell of an IPL tournament and will pick up a few Omani scalps in his four overs.

Tips: Dave Warner Top Aussie Runscorer @ $4.00, Mitchell Starc Top Aussie Wickettaker @ $3.35

Wednesday 5th June

England vs Scotland
12.30am AEST

Everyone’s least favourite team, England will start their world cup campaign early on Wednesday morning against neighbours Scotland and realistically, it should be one way traffic.

The Poms are $1.06 to Scotland’s $8.75 and while the Scots have improved their whiteball of late, I can’t see them beating England here.

It’s hard to speculate on which bowlers England will roll out for this game so I will stick to the batting markets, wicketkeeper Phil Salt is my pick for top English runscorer, currently the second ranked T20 Batsman in the world. He is second favourite in the runscorer market at $4.40 and looks the value to me.

Tips: England to win @ $1.06, Phil Salt top English Runscorer @ $4.40

Netherlands vs Nepal
1.30am AEST

Hands down my favourite minnow cricketing nation the Netherlands are the short priced favourite against Nepal in their first game of this world cup.

The Netherlands have had a massive rise in cricketing quality since the last T20 WC in Australia and should pick up a few wins this campaign, starting in this game.

Those of you who have read my white ball previews before know how reliable of an allrounder Dutchman Bas De Leede is, he’s $5.00 for top runscorer and $5.50 for top wicket taker and that’s where I’m looking for the first Netherlands game.

Tips: Netherlands to win @ $1.42, Bas De Leede Top Netherlands Runscorer @ $5.00, Bas De Leede Top Netherlands Wicket Taker @ $5.50

Tuesday 4th June

Sri Lanka vs South Africa
12.30am AEST

New York will host it’s ever international cricket game early Tuesday morning with Sri Lanka taking on South Africa.

South Africa are $1.42 favourites against Sri Lanka’s $2.80 and while anything can happen in a tournament like this, the class of South Africa’s batting line up should be far too good for Sri Lanka here.

Quinton De Kock averages 32.06 in T20is and is second favourite in the top South African Runscorer markets at $4.40, that’s where I’m looking for SA.

Kusal Mendis is Sri Lanka’s highest ranked T20i batsmen and is the short priced favourite to be top of the runscorers there. Without too much data on them to start this tournament. I think you’ve got to stick with the favourite here.

Tips: South Africa to win @ $1.42, Quinton De Kock Top South African Runscorer @ $4.40, Kusal Mendis Top Sri Lankan Runscorer @ $3.75

Afghanistan vs Uganda
10.30am AEST

Uganda will make their World Cup debut against Afghanistan who are a cricketing nation that are on the rise.

Early head to head markets are not a good sign if you’re a Ugandan Cricket fan and lets be real, we all are this tournament. Afghanistan are $1.02 favourites to Uganda’s $12.50.

The Afghani’s have proven themselves in the white ball realm of late and will be looking to improve on their somewhat successful 50 Over Campaign last year.

Rahmanullah Gurbaz is my pick for the top Afghani Runscorer, he’s currently ranked higher in the world batting rankings than our boy Glenn Maxwell and should go to town on some Ugandan bowlers that are yet to be truly tested at this level.

It’s probably hard to look past Rashid Khan for top wicket taker too, Afghanistan have historically been spin to win and you’d imagine Khan will be too good for Uganda.

Rahmanullah Gurbaz Top Afghani Runscorer @ $3.45, Rashid Khan Top Afghani Wickettaker @ $3.20