There is no better time than right now to start betting on the Vitality T20 Blast, for at this stage of the competition the odds attached to each time are at their highest, and as such by trying to figure out just which team will win and betting on them you can pick up some tempting odds for sure.
Let me start off by looking at just which teams are heading the betting markets on the 2019 running of the Vitality T20 Blast, and you may or may not be too surprised to learn that the current favourite, but only just is Somerset at 7/1.
Surrey and Sussex at 15/2 are the next two teams in the early betting markets for this competition, however make sure you do shop around for the odds may just vary at different betting sites, however do not take odds any lower than those odds if you do fancy betting on either team.
As for a few other teams that have to be in the running for the trophy this year, well both Nottinghamshire and Hampshire at 8/1 do look like vert fair bets and the same can also be said of Worcestershire at 9/1 and there is some real value in those odds if you can still secure them.
Why Not Try and Each-Way Bet Instead?
The each-way betting terms that you will be offering on this year’s Vitality T20 Blast even are one half of the win odds being paid out to two places which means there are loads of teams you could back and still receive some high pay-outs if they come first or second.
Some teams being touted at double digit odds including the likes of Lancashire and Middlesex at 10/1 followed closely in the betting by Yorkshire at 12/1 and you may also fancy having a bob or two on teams such as Kent who are trading at odds of 14/1.
Lesser Fancied Teams to Win the Vitality T20 Blast
Diehard and very loyal fans of any other teams playing in this coemption are going to be rewarded with some quite high odds if they get a move on, and who knows it could be any of the lesser fancied teams that do win or come second this year.
As for which teams those are and just what odds can be secured on each of them right now, well you have the Birmingham Bears, Durham and Essex at 16/1 and can always back the likes of both Gloucestershire at 20/1 and Northamptonshire at 22/1 too.
The final three teams are going to face something of an uphill struggle this season if their current odds are to be taken at face value, and just so you know those three outsiders who very few people are backing right now are Leicestershire, Derbyshire and Glamorgan at 33/1.