This team is the first choice of bookies in IPL 2020, the biggest captain of the tournament will bet

Bookmakers have also started being active before IPL 2020. What is going on with the IPL teams in the betting market? Information about this has also come to light. (Photo credit: Google images)

The 13th season of the IPL starts on Saturday 19 September. With this, the betting market is also likely to start. According to the bookies present around the city, the current winner Mumbai Indians is the first choice of bookies in IPL 2020. Just days before IPL 2020 begins in the UAE, the Gurugram police have asked its Intelligence Wing, Crime Branch Unit, and Station House Officers (SHOs) of all the districts to keep an eye on the bookies.

Given the past performance of Mumbai Indians before IPL 2020, bookies are calling Rohit Sharma their favorite player. A bookie has also given information to the news agency on the condition of anonymity on which the team is feeling like in this season of IPL. A bookmaker told, "The current price of Mumbai Indians in IPL is Rs. 4.90. After that Sunrisers Hyderabad is priced at Rs. 5.60. Followed by Chennai Super Kings for Rs. 5, Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs. 6.20, Delhi Capitals for Rs. 6.40, Kolkata. Knight Riders are getting Rs 7.80, Kings XI Punjab Rs 9.50, and Rajasthan Royals Rs 10.

The bookie said, "The team that has the lowest price is considered to be very strong. If someone puts Rs 1000 on Mumbai Indians that Mumbai will win and the Mumbai team wins, they will get Rs 4,900. Match rate upside-down. It is possible." IPL is very important for bookies. However, speculation is illegal in India. Despite this people betting.

The bookmaker said, "IPL is a big tournament for us and our clients and there is a lot of loss due to cancellation. Many people collect money for these matches so that they can repay the loan and put this money in the business." Let me tell you that metropolitan cities and small cities like Gurugram have become big betting strongholds. There is speculation of crores of rupees in the IPL, but the police is very strict to keep these people under control.

According to the official report, "A total of 148 cases have been registered under the Gambling Act and so far this year a total of 235 people have been arrested. Last year, 446 cases were registered and 700 people were arrested under the Gambling Act." The DCP (headquarters) of Gurugram police said that the police are currently busy with the coronavirus, but their units are keeping an eye on the illegal network. "We have told our police to keep an eye on the syndicate who are doing illegal work," he said.

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