Bookmaker offers during the Indian Premier League 2015 can be found below. The Indian Premier League 2015 runs from April 8 to May 24 and there’re a lot of exciting markets where you can not only bet but also ensure you can reduce your losses in case you don’t win.
William Hill have a Headline Offer on a daily basis during the IPL this season in which they are giving enhanced odds for for a top-scorer/match-winner combination.
So in the Mumbai Indians v Kolkata Knight Riders on Thursday, Lendl Simmons starts off at 5/1 to top-score for Mumbai if they also win the game. Similarly, if Kolkata win and Gautam Gambhir top-scores for them, you can get 5/1 for it!
BetFair is offering the ‘IPL Runscorer Special’ in which users can win an extra, free bet if their selection ends as a winner. This offer is for all the matches during the 2015 Indian Premier League.
For instance if you back Glenn Maxwell to top-score for Punjab in their game against Hyderabad and he ends up as the best batsman, you will get a free bet up to a maximum of £25. If you back more than one batsman for the same game, the first bet will be taken into account.
Paddy Power has a money-back betting offer in case an IPL encounter is decided off the last ball of the game. Basically if the match goes down to the last ball, Paddy Power has offered to refund all losing bets up to a sum of £100.
This will be applicable for only bets placed before the game and again, like the previous offer, this will be applicable for all IPL matches.
The most interesting of the offers during the Indian Premier League 2015 comes from BetFred, who are offering double odds if the top bowler you have backed, takes four or more wickets in the game.
Punters can win a sum of up to £6000 every game using this offer.
Titan Bet has an excellent offer during the Indian Premier League in which they are offering a maximum of £10 in case your top batsman for the game scores a half-century but isn’t the highest scorer in the innings.
So if you place your bet on Shikhar Dhawan to top-score for the Sunrisers Hyderabad and while he hits 56 but is usurped by David Warner as the highest scorer for them, you get your money back.