These are the winning cricket betting systems and tipsters that we have tested over an extended period and found to consistently generate a profit.

We use all these services ourselves and we will regularly update results to ensure a continued place on our approved list is merited

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Cricket Betting Tipster – Results Update

A small improvement for the Cricket Betting Tipster, with a profit of 5 points made since our last update a month ago.

That means they are now 17 points down for our trial overall.

You can view full results here.

They have slowly been inching towards getting back to even after going quite a way down early in our trial, so hopefully by the time of our next update they will have managed it. 

Back soon with more updates. 






Cricket Betting Tipster – Results Update

8th November 2018

It’s been a good run for the Cricket Betting Tipster since our last update, with a profit of 19 points made over the last month. 

They are still down for our trial overall though, with 22 points lost in total.

You can view full results here.

At the start the service focused mainly on the man of the match bets but has recently concentrated more on the match odds market, which appears to be paying dividends. 

Let’s hope the recent turnaround in form continues and by the time of our next update they have made it into the black. 






Cricket Betting Tipster – Results Update

3rd October 2018

The tough run continues for the Cricket Betting Tipster, with another 10 points lost since our last update a month ago. 

That means they are now 41 points down for the trial overall.

You can view full results here.

The main cricket season may have come to an end here in the UK but there is still plenty of cricket going on around the world so there is plenty of action to still get involved in. 

This does need a turnaround in form soon so let’s hope we have better news to report by the time of our next update. 






Cricket Betting Tipster – Results Update

8th September 2018

It’s been a tough start to our trial of the Cricket Betting Tipster, the first cricket specialist we have reviewed in quite some time here at Honest Betting Reviews.

So far after a month they are 31 points down.

You can view full results here.

Most of the bets are in the man of the match market and tend to be sent out the morning of the match, so you have to be fairly quick to get the bets placed on some occasions.

A shame to see the slow start here as we had quite high hopes starting off the trial and results looked very good, but still early days so plenty of time to turn things around. 





Cricket Betting Tipster – New Review

6th August 2018

In over three years of running Honest Betting Reviews we have only reviewed one cricket tipster so far. 

And that tipster no longer exists, which gives you a sense of how few options there are in terms of decent cricket tipsters out there on the ol’ internet. We had been remarking recently on how few boxing tipsters are available to follow but there may be even fewer cricket tipsters.

So we were pleased when we saw the reputable Betting Gods tipster platform had uncovered a promising cricket tipster and had been following their tips for six months before opening up the service to the public. 

Their tipster – quite simply named the “Cricket Betting Tipster” – has amassed some impressive-looking results in those six months. His name is Pankaj and he has a wealth of expertise in cricket betting over a number of years. 

A profit of over 200 points to an average of one point stakes is formidable enough by itself, but throw in a return on investment of well over 50% and six profitable months out of six so far and you are talking about some damn nifty stats.

All that adds up to an average monthly profit of over £400 to date to just £10 stakes, which needless to say is pretty awesome. 

The strike rate is a little on the lower side at just under 12%, so this is going to be one for the patient investor who can withstand the odd losing run or two along the way.

But from what we have seen so far, if you can see those through then there could well be some very nice profits on the other side. 

To be honest so far there haven’t really been any losing streaks or drawdowns to speak of, it’s just been pretty much plain sailing. But it’s worth bearing in mind with a 12% strike rate that there could be some over the long term. 

Anyway, looking at the selections it seems the vast majority are in the man of the match market, so Pankaj obviously specialises in that market. It’s often a good sign when a tipster focuses on just one or two markets as it allows them to build up a real level of expertise to be able to beat the bookies over the long run. 

It seems to have worked very well so far for Pankaj in any event, so let’s hope he can carry that on during our live trial. 

Only time will tell of course but we are liking the look of this one and let’s hope only our second-ever review of a cricket tipster will prove to be a profitable one. As usual we will post results and updates here. 

But in the meantime if you want to check out the Cricket Betting Tipster you can do so here.  





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Cricket Advisor – Final Review

We have completed our review of Cricket Advisor and here are the final results:


Profit/loss:-18 points
Strike Rate:36%
Bank Growth:-18%
Cost:£37.00 +VAT per month or £74.00 +VAT per quarter
Average number of tips:1 per day


You can view full results here


Cricket Advisor – Final Review

Well it has been a longer than usual trial period for the Cricket Advisor, with a low volume of bets it took 4 months to get to the minimum 100 bets required to judge the service.

Unfortunately, as you can see from the results above, it hasn’t been a very successful trial and has finished 18 points down in the end.

That wasn’t a disaster, as it represented a loss of just 18% of the advised 100 point bank, so we have certainly had worse trials.


But on the other hand, looking back at the past results published on the website, the Cricket Advisor has been a long-term decline since September 2014, when he peaked at 45 points profit, down to his current level of -9 points.

So it is tough to recommend any service that hasn’t made a profit in over a year and is actually down over its lifespan.

Here are the results for the trial in graph format:


Cricket Advisor Graph

Service Breakdown

Ease of use: Good – tips are sent out well in advance of the events and there are a variety of bookmakers you can use, or Betfair. 

Availability of prices: Good – we found the prices were generally available and there was no real downward pressure on prices after the tips were released. Tips are generally in markets with good liquidity such as international matches, IPL and T20/county matches, which generally have very strong liquidity on Betfair too.

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 36%, which in itself sounds good but in reality needs to be a little higher to make a profit at the odds they are tipping at.

Advised Betting Bank: The bank advised for the trial was 100 points, which seems more than adequate and was never in danger of being lost during the trial. 

Subscription costs: The subscription costs are quite high given the results, at £37 per month = VAT or £74 + VAT per quarter. 



Sadly there are very few good cricket tipsters out there and this one didn’t quite produce the results we were hoping for.

The trial wasn’t a complete disaster by any means though and our bank ended up 18% down over the course of the trial. 

Taken in the context of the longer-term results however, which show no profit has been made over the last year means the only verdict we can give this is a failed one and 2.5 stars overall.

So our search for a winning cricket tipster goes on…


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Cricket Advisor – New Review

You can view Cricket Advisor here

With the cricket season getting underway and the Ashes just around the corner, it seems like a good time to do a trial of a cricket tipster.

So we have turned to the Cricket Advisor, who is part of the Betfan stable. This cricket tipster has been around for five years, which is a good sign for a tipster. So many seem to come and go on a whim, so it is reassuring when one sticks around – along as they are successful of course!

The Cricket Advisor claims long term returns of 16% ROI which is good stuff. 

He mainly tips in the top batsman market but also delves into other niche cricket betting markets. 

Here’s hoping to a profitable summer with the leather and willow. It may be the only joy we get out of the cricket this summer if England’s recent form is anything to go by!

Anyway, we will do our normal three month review and see how this one gets on.

In the meantime you can check out Cricket Advisor here