For Correct Score betting, predict the actual scoreline after regulation 90 minutes play (e.g Liverpool 2 Real Madrid 2).
For first scorer betting, predict the first player to score in the match within regulation 90 minutes play.
For Half Time/Full Time betting, predict the outcome at half-time and at the end of regulation 90 minutes play (e.g half-time Draw, full-time Home Team).
Select the match status at half time (e.g Home Team winning,).
Handicap betting offers you the opportunity to bet on the outcome of an event where one team has been given a number of goals or points start. Bets are settled on the outcome after adjusting for the handicaps.
This is like a full time result bet but there is no option for the draw. You can bet on either team to win and if its a draw you will get your stake back.
This is like a full time result bet but there is no option for the draw. The 2 way market always includes overtime and penalties.
The Double Chance bet allows you to cover two of the three possible win/draw/win (1X2) outcomes in one bet.
Double Chance bets have 3 selections:
1/X - The home team will win or the match will end in a draw
X/2 - The away team will win or the match will end in a draw
1/2 - Either the home or the away team will win the match
For Scorecast betting, predict the first player to score and the correct score in the match within regulation 90 minutes play. To win, both parts of the bet must be correct.
The Handicap Line is the terms of the bet – framed around the relative strengths of the two competing sides – always expressed in terms of goal superiority. For two equally matched teams – i.e. joint favourites to win – the line will be described as ‘level’. To win on the basis of this handicap, you must simply pick the team that scores the most goals. If the match is a draw, the stakes are returned to you.
For unequal contests, the superior team will be given a handicap (goals).
For the Goal/No Goal Market, “Goal” is for both teams to score, “No Goal” is for either or both teams not to score.
Aggregate goals Minutes. Any goal scored in injury time in the first half will be counted as 45 minutes and any goal scored in injury time in the second half will be counted as 90.Example: The market adds the time of each goal scored in a game. For example, Liverpool (2) – Arsenal (1) assuming goals were scored in the 21’, 65’ and 83’ the make-up of the total goal minutes will total 169 minutes this is then compared to the quoted spread of total goal minutes.
Last updated: 06/07/2021 at 02:45 CEST