Cricket super over rules for matched betting

When betting on T20 Cricket, you need to be aware that the rules on how bets are settled can vary significantly between bookmakers. This means that if you bet with the wrong bookies, you could end up losing both of your bets - the back and the lay.

Warning - these terms are correct at the time of posting this. If unsure of the rules, you should ALWAYS check them for yourself (use the links provided below). If you do find any changes, then please let us know via support.

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Currently, bookies can be put into two different groups (plus a third where the rules are either too vague or non existent) with regards to the rules on T20 Cricket. Note that this rules list only refers to betting on the winner of the match, and not other markets. For all other markets you will need to check the rules for yourself.

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1 - Bets are valid if the match goes to a Super Over and will be settled on the result of the Super Over.

With this category, all bets are valid if the scores are level after the allotted overs (usually 20 overs, depending on the weather). The match will then go to a Super Over (or equivalent) and the bookies will settle on the winner of the Super Over (or equivalent).


2 - Bets are voided if the match goes to a Super Over, regardless of the outcome of the Super Over

With this category, all bets are voided if the scores are level after the allotted overs (usually 20 overs, depending on the weather) regardless of any outcome of a Super Over (or equivalent).


3 - No specific rules or terms are unclear

With this category, the bookmaker/s have no specific rules in regards to Super overs. You should avoid betting on the bookmakers in this category.