Lankan Premier League Betting Tips – LPL T20 Odds & Predictions

Get the latest Lankan Premier League Betting Tips hereThe first ever season of the Lankan Premier League will be held this year in Sri Lanka & you can find all the latest Lankan Premier League betting tips, odds & LPL predictions for this first edition below.

The Sri Lankan cricket board had tried to kick-start with a domestic T20 tournament of their own a few years ago, called the Sri Lankan Premier League, but it fizzled out after the first season. This has been followed by a few years of lull in terms of Sri Lanka’s T20 competitions but with the LPL being planned for August and September, it looks like things could get very interesting yet again.

According to the latest information that we have, the Lankan Premier League will be played between August 18 and September 10 although do remember these dates might change around a tad to accommodate for the various leagues around the world.

What that means is that the LPL will be played in parallel with the T20 Blast and Caribbean Premier League and it will need to do something to attract the best players from around the world in order to get the kind of traction it needs.

So how will this tournament work and what will be the things to keep in mind before you look at the latest Lankan Premier League betting tips?

A total of six teams will feature in the first season of the LPL and these sides will play each other twice in the group stages of the competition. The top four teams at the end of this league stage of the LPL will then make it to the playoffs or semi-finals depending on what the format is before the top two sides face off in the title-decider.

The LPL’s biggest draw could be its broadcast deal and it will be interesting to see where the competition will be broadcast live around the world. The LPL squads will also be announced at the end of its draft or auction but before all of that the new franchise owners need to be decided.

And you can get all the Lankan Premier League betting tips below as has always been the case for all T20 tournaments from around the world!