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Here are Adam Drury's cricket betting tips for the fourth ODI.


Jason Roy to score over 27.5 runs

Roy started to deliver on the potential that he has shown throughout this tour in Wednesday’s ODI, with his 41 setting up England for a comfortable chase of 151.

That innings should provide a springboard for a succession of high scores, after a summer which saw him pass this mark in six of eight ODI innings.

Eoin Morgan to score over 27.5 runs

This looks like a generous line for a player that has probably not played as consistently as this since taking over the captaincy at the end of 2014.

Morgan has passed this mark in four of his last five innings, with the one exception the washed out opening ODI of this series. In all four of those other knocks, he has gone on to make a half-century.

Adil Rashid to take over 1.5 wickets

Rashid took four wickets in five overs of bowling in Wednesday’s match, so backing him to take at least two more here is logical.

The leg-spinner is the second-highest wicket-taker in world ODI cricket since the 2015 World Cup, and has taken at least two in nine of his last 12 matches.

Lasith Malinga to take under 1.5 wickets

Malinga took five wickets as England looked to whack their way to a big total in the second ODI, but there is little sign that he can perform at that level consistently.

The 35-year-old has taken a maximum of one wicket in the other three of his last four matches, and didn’t threaten at all in Wednesday’s match.

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