Simon Cambers

Simon Cambers is Cricinfo's betting correspondent

Fixed Odds: 2010 Asia Cup - Sri Lanka v India

Hosts have the momentum

The Asia Cup reaches its denouement on Thursday with the final between hosts Sri Lanka and India. It's the final the organisers would have wanted but as to who comes out on top, it's anyone's guess.

Fixed Odds: 2008 2nd Test - England v SA

Smith wins series for South Africa

At one stage on Saturday afternoon, England looked favourites to win the third Test and get themselves back on terms in the series. But Graeme Smith's superb unbeaten century ensured that South Africa moved 2-0 up with just one match to play, leaving Engl

Fixed Odds: 2007 One-Day Series - Eng v India

England out to upset the odds

England will be hoping for a fast start in the one-day series against India and where better to start than at the Rose Bowl in Hampshire when the two sides meet in the first of seven games later today. India are 4/5 favourites but England, who are evens,

Fixed Odds: 2007 One-Day Series - Eng v India

England favourites after Rose Bowl win

Well, what do you know? One good win and suddenly everything looks rosy again in England's one-day garden. Of course, one win will not solve their long-term problems with the limited overs game but England are now 8/13 (1.61) to go on and win the seven-ma

Fixed Odds: 2007 World Cup

McGrath set for final hurrah

Glenn McGrath has defied all those people who said he was too old and that his impact on the competition would not be that great with a superb, consistent bowling performance throughout

Fixed Odds: 2007 World Cup

Aussies wary of 1996 repeat

Australia humiliated South Africa in the second semi-final on Wednesday and are 2/5 (1.40) favourites to complete the job by beating Sri Lanka in the final of the World Cup in Barbados on Saturday. The Aussies will be confident, but memories of 1996, when

Fixed Odds: 2007 World Cup

Australia too good for Proteas

Nothing is definite in sport, as we all know, but no matter how many times they may say they are confident, South Africa will still go into their semi-final against Australia on Wednesday knowing they are big underdogs

Fixed Odds: World Cup 2007

End of the road for New Zealand?

New Zealand succeeded where England, West Indies, India and Pakistan all failed, in showing enough professionalism and consistency to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup. But with an in-form Sri Lanka side to play on Tuesday, and having already lost to

Fixed Odds: 2007 World Cup

Australia still good value

And then there were four. Sri Lanka, New Zealand and South Africa join Australia in the semi-finals of the World Cup this week but no matter how hard you try to say otherwise, the Aussies are still the ones to beat and at 9/10 (1.90) they are exceptional

Fixed Odds: 2007 World Cup

Farewell to one of the greats

When the schedule for the Super Eights was released, the final match between West Indies and England always looked like being one full of drama and meaning. Their woeful displays over the past few weeks has rendered the game a dead rubber, but the retirem