Match: New South Wales v Queensland Cricket Competition: Marsh One Day Cup Date: 31st March 2021 Stadium: North Sydney Oval What you will find on
The Marsh Cup takes place annually in Australia and we cover the whole event at Cricketics. You will find our latest Marsh Cup betting stats and previews below – We cover them on a match by match basis where odds are available.
Match: Marsh One Day Cup Date: 20th March, 2021 Stadium: Allan Border Field Ranking: 3rd Record: Played 2 Won 2 NRR + 1.185 Ranking: 5th
Match: Marsh Cup Date: March 13th, 2021 Time: 4.30 am India Stadium: North Sydney Oval Ranking: 1st Record: Played 2 Won 2 Net Run Rate
Match: Marsh Cup, One Day tournament Date: 11th March 2021 Time: 7 PM India Stadium: ? Ranking: 6th of 6 Record: Played 2 Lost 2
Match: Marsh One Day Cup Date: 10-3-21 Time: 5.30 PM India Stadium: The Gabba, Australia Ranking: 3rd Results: Played 1 Won 1 Net run rate
Match: March 1 day cup Date: 9-3-21 Time: 4.30 am India Stadium: Junction Oval, Australia Ranking: 5th Record: Played 1 Lost 1 Last Match: 59
Marsh Cup Betting
Betting on the Marsh Cup, from India, can be tricky with a number of bookmakers not covering the event. We find the more major players, like 10cric and bet365, usually have the games priced up either the day before or on the day of the match.
We try to get our previews and stats up as early as we can. Sometime you will find our previews without odds as we will add these at a later date.
How the Marsh Cup format works
This is cricket in the one day format over 50 overs. There are 6 teams involved and they usually play each other once. There have been times where 7 teams have been involved and where they have played 7 matches rather than 5.
- New South Wales
- South Australia
- Western Australia
We are unable to find anyone offering betting odds on who will win the tournament overall.
The current format has been in place since the 2019/2020 season and is a carnival format where each team plays 7 matches and then the top 2 have a final to see who wins the trophy.
Prior to this, it was a single round-robin format with 2 qualification finals followed 2 semi-finals and then a final. This format only ran for a year.
- 19/20 – Western Australia
- 18/19 – Victoria
- 17/18 – Western Australia
- 16/17 – New South Wales
- 15/16 – New South Wales
- 14/15 – Western Australia
- 13/14 – Queensland
- 12/13 – Queensland
- 11/12 – South Australia
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