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England odds-on to win opener against Pakistan

| 04.08.2020
CORAL ENHANCED ACCAS

The Test series gets underway tomorrow

England are odds-on favourites to win the opening match of their Test series against Pakistan.

The three-match series begins at Old Trafford tomorrow and Joe Root’s side are priced at 2/5 to win the opener, while they’re the overwhelming favourites at 1/5 to win the entire series.

Meanwhile, Pakistan are 9/2 to win the first match and they’re going at 8/1 to win overall.

“England finished their series against the West Indies in fine form and the quick turnaround should suit them,” said Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead.

“We make them odds-on to win the first Test and they are huge favourites to clinch the series.”

After securing his 500th Test wicket against the West Indies, Stuart Broad is the 11/4 joint-favourite alongside James Anderson to take the most wickets for England across the series, while Root is 5/2 to score the most runs.

“Broad’s on fire and it’s impossible to see England leaving him out again,” added Aitkenhead.

“He’s the 11/4 joint-favourite to take the most wickets in the series and plenty of punters are backing him.”

England v Pakistan – 1st Test

England 2/5

Pakistan 9/2

Draw 9/2

England v Pakistan – Series

England 1/5

Pakistan 8/1

Draw 13/2

England to win 3-0

6/4

Most England runs in series

Joe Root 5/2, Ben Stokes 11/4, Ollie Pope 9/2, Rory Burns 9/2, Dom Sibley 5/1, Zak Crawley 7/1, Jos Buttler 12/1

Most England wickets in series

Stuart Broad 11/4, James Anderson 11/4, Jofra Archer 3/1, Chris Woakes 7/2, Mark Wood 7/1, Dom Bess 8/1, Ben Stokes 9/1, Sam Curran 9/1

View the latest cricket odds.

All odds and markets correct as of date of publication

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Having previously worked on national newspapers, Harry is an experienced writer who is obsessed with all things football and Wilfried Zaha, even naming his cat after the future Ballon d’Or winner.