Sky Bet are offering 9/2 about Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar ending his glittering Test career by scoring a century in his final Test.
The 'Little Master' confirmed he will retire from international cricket after making his 200th Test appearance against the West Indies, next month.
Tendulkar made his international debut for India aged 16 and has gone on to become the all-time leading run-scorer in Tests and one-day internationals.
News of Tendulkar's impending retirement prompted Sky Bet unveil a series of special bets for the second Test against the West Indies, that starts on November 14.
The online bookmaker go even-money for Tendulkar, who scored his last century in Test cricket against South Africa in 2011, to score a ton in the two-match series and 9/4 to score two or more 50s against the tourists.
The 40-year-old, who has amassed 15,837 runs at an average of 53 in a 24-year career, is 8/1 with to score a double century in the series.
It's 11/4 for him to remain unbeaten in his final Test innings, while Sky Bet are also offering odds on who will claim the Indian legend's wicket in his final knock - spinner Shane Shillingford and Kemar Roach are both 11/4 shots to claim the prize scalp.
Sky Bet cricket trader Tom Warburton said: "Tendulkar is one of the game's all-time greats and has cost bookmakers a great deal of money over the years.
"He's always very popular with punters and for him to score a century in his final Test would be a fitting end to a glittering career."
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