Although black caps were sure of which player would perform best at bowling, they kept on guessing about the batsmen as kiwi punters continued rolling with the ball. That is why many gamblers stuck with the New Zealanders at the TAB. In fact, TAB indicated that 40% of total bets were on Black Caps. On the other hand, Punters’ Trent Boult had a quarter of all bets on the top wicket-taker. He was followed by Tim Southee from black caps with about 15%.
Amongst the foreign bowlers, Starc was the favorite with about 10% bets. He did not disappoint either because, in every 10.18 runs, he took a wicket.
When it came to batsmen, Kane Williamson had the most bets but he didn’t even make it to top 10 scorers in the end. He was followed by Brendon McCullum from black caps who had 10% of all bets. Although Brendon McCullum scored 547 runs, he only had 5% of the bets. Virat Kohli from India had most bets for overseas batsmen.
Five New Zealanders who were chosen for the world cup XI includes; Daniel Vettori the spin bowler, Corey Anderson, Guptill, Boult and McCullum who was picked as the team’s captain for the games.
On the Aussie side; Starc, Glenn Maxwell and Steven Smith were picked. De Villiers and Morne Morkel made it on the South African side. On the other hand, only Kumar Sangakkara of Sri Lanka made it to his nation’s world cup team.
Brendan Taylor made it for Zimbabwean team.
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