Saturday, 3 June 2017

Champions Trophy 2017: What does the Speculative Market Say about Indo-Pak Match?

After the Asia Cup 2015, India and Pakistan will be face-to-face for the first time. For the mega event, where both teams have made all the preparations. Fans have eagerly waited for this 'prime time show'. Between the two rivals, before the Mahamukabale, in the speculative market, Diwali has become very popular. Know what the speculative market price:

First of all, take the point of winning the tournament. For the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, the favorite team of the Satta Bazaar is host England, which is priced at Rs 3.75. Australia and number-1 team have a price of Rs 4.00 on South Africa. The price of defending champion India is Rs 5.50. The Satta Bazar has given New Zealand 11, Pakistan 15, Sri Lanka 26 and Bangladesh 101.

If you talk about the batsmen in this great match, then there is Virat Kohli, who is famous for the speculative market, whose price is of 3.40 rupees. Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan are being given a price of Rs 4.33. If Dhoni becomes the highest run scorer, he will get 10 rupees for 1. On behalf of the Pakistan team, there is a price of Rs 4.33 on Babar Azam. At Azhar Ali 4.50, Ahmed Shahzad 5 and Shoaib Malik are being given a price of Rs 6.50.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jaspreet Bumrah are ahead of India with a price of Rs 4.33 in the race for bowlers. Ashwin and Shami have been given a price of Rs 4.50. Umesh Yadav and Ashwin have a price of Rs 5. Pakistan's young leg-spinner Shadab Khan is running the most favored with a price of Rs 4. On the other side, Wahab Riyaz 4.33, Junaid Khan and Mohammad Aamir are being charged at a price of Rs 4.50.


Like the world, veterans and cricket pundits in this high voltage match, the speculative market is also considered to be a big burden of India. Accordingly, the price of speculative market is also seen in favor of India. India's victory in this match is being given a price of Rs 1.44, while the victory of Pakistan is almost double, i.e. 2.75 rupees. Let it be said, that this feeling is not final and will continue to be less and more along the way.

                                                                    --Sonal

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