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Cricket Odds: Ryan Buckley makes great debut for Durham
By Andrew Scott Sunday, 12 May 2013 10:28
On the opening day of the clash at the Kia Oval, Ryan Buckley, teenage off-spinner, marked with a five-wicket haul his first-class debut as Durham bowled Surrey out for 237 with very good cricket odds.
The hosts appeared ready to have a big total courtesy of half-centuries made by Arun Harinath, Steven Davies and Zander de Bruyn, but cricket online betting fans were thrilled to see that with figures of 5-86, Buckley changed the course of the innings.
Losing for five runs their last five wickets in the space of 33 balls – the last four without addition – Surrey fell to a meek total before the visitors reached at the close 48-0.
Choosing to bat first on the pitch that was used for Monday’s YB40 meeting with Hampshire, Surrey ended up losing Rory Burns (1) to the 10th ball of the day, and fans everywhere wondered how this could have affected the outcome of the match.
Jason Roy (17) also stumbled cheaply but Harinath (53) then moved on to blunt the attack in with Vikram Solanki, who turned into Buckley’s first victim when he fell in the 25th over for 38.
Then cricket online betting fans saw that Harinath was cleaned up by Callum Thorp (3-29), de Bruyn (57) and Davies (52) were able to keep the scoreboard ticking along nicely with an 84 fifth-wicket stand and very interesting cricket odds.
However, when Davies left a big lower-order collapse was triggered, with Buckley, 19-years-old, putting an end to his 30.2 over stint when he took three wickets in five balls without giving a run.
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Before the close, Durham openers Mark Stoneman (33 not out) and Will Smith (12no) – both of them well known for their very good cricket odds – saw out 15 overs.
Cricket online betting fans all over the world saw a very good performance by Ryan Buckley, and his fans are confident that the will continue to be a great asset to his side.