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Paddy Power offer enhancement on Top Team Runscorer on any innings during the Ashes

Dean Smith in Bonuses 6 Jul 2015
  • Paddy Power are offering punters a great boost for the upcoming Ashes series
  • Get a boost on any top team runscorer wins if your player scores a century
Englands Joe Root plays a shot against New Zealand (Getty Images)

Paddy Power are offering punters the chance to get paid out twice as much for selecting a winner in the Top Team Runscorer market on any innings during this summer's Ashes series.

To make the most of this price boost, all you have to do is back a top run-scorer before the first ball of any innings during any test during the Ashes series and should your player win in this market and score a century, you'll get paid out at double the original price.


The boost is available to both new and existing customers and should serve as a good bonus for those that enjoy this market anyway - or as an incentive to utilise this market for those that don't.

For England, Joe Root will be the main man to look out for. He's expected to be England's top run scorer in the series and despite still being the tender age of 24 this will be his third Ashes series and he'll be looking to add to his six test centuries from 27 matches so far.


Australia captain Michael Clarke (Getty Images)

Alistair Cook will also be worth looking out for. Although the England skipper has not been enjoying the best form of his career in recent matches, but he did recently become England's leading run-scorer of all time and with 27 test centuries to his name, the 30 year old cannot be discounted in this market.

For the visiting Australians, the opposing captain Michael Clarke is definitely worth looking at for this price boost. The 34 year old has improved year on year and eight of his 27 test centuries have come against England, including three in the most recent Ashes series between the two teams in Australia.

Steve Smith is another player worth mentioning. The 26 year old has scored nine test centuries in just 28 matches for Australia, including his first three, which all came against England. David Warner will no doubt cause the home team some problems with the bat as well.

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Paddy Power offer enhancement on Top Team Runscorer on any innings during the Ashes

Paddy Power are offering punters the chance to get paid out twice as much for selecting a winner in the Top Team Runscorer market on any innings during this summer's Ashes series.

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