Big Bash Week 4 Tips, Odds and Multi Bets – 2016

We take a look at the odds for each of the matches in Week 4 of the 2016/2017 Big Bash home and away season and give our tips and bets including our long shot bet of the week.


Match 1: Melbourne Stars ($1.71) vs Adelaide Strikers ($2.14)

When: 19:40 | Tuesday 10/01/2017

Where: Melbourne, MCG

Tip: Melbourne Stars at $1.71

Value Bet: Melbourne Stars/Peter Handscomb at $7.50


Match 2: Brisbane Heat ($2.07) vs Perth Scorchers ($1.75)

When: 19:40 | Wednesday 11/01/2017

Where: Brisbane, Gabba

Tip: Perth Scorchers at $1.75

Value Bet: Man Of The Match: Cameron Bancroft at $18.00


Match 3: Melbourne Renegades ($1.75vs Hobart Hurricanes ($2.05)

When: 19:40 | Thursday 12/01/2017

Where: Melbourne, Etihad Stadium

Tip: Hobart Hurricanes at $2.05

Value Bet: Man Of The Match: Stuart Broad at $18.00


Match 4: Sydney Sixers ($1.75vs Sydney Thunder ($2.07)

When: 18:10 | Saturday 14/01/2017

Where: Sydney,SCG

Tip: Sydney Thunder at $2.07

Value Bet: Man Of The Match: Carlos Brathwaite at $9.00


Match 5: Perth Scorchers vs Melbourne Stars

When: 18:15 | Saturday 14/01/2017

Where: Perth,WACA

Tip: TBA

Value Bet: TBA


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German Lisicki forced out of Aussie Open

Sabine Lisicki will miss the Australian Open due to a longstanding shoulder injury, the 92nd-ranked German has confirmed.

Lisicki, a Wimbledon finalist in 2013, achieved her best Melbourne showing in 2012, reaching the fourth round.

“After playing one of my favourite tournaments 8 years in a row, I won’t be able to compete at the Australian Open this year,” she wrote on Twitter. “I will miss being down under a lot.

“At the moment I have to take care of my shoulder injury. I’m determined to get back to full strength on the court. I appreciate all the love and support from my fans.”

Lisicki’s absence will also affect organisers at next week’s Kooyong Classic in Melbourne, where the German was to have participated in the first women’s matches held at the pre-grand slam exhibition in almost two-and-a-half decades.

Lisicki was to have played along with Australia’s Ajla Tomljanovic and Romanian Sorana Cirstea.

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