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Fixed Matches 1×2

Fixed Matches 1×2



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What is Fixed matches 1X2?

Many inexperienced punters, or those who are new to sports betting, may find themselves looking at the available markets and asking, what is fixed matches 1×2?

Well, Fixed matches 1×2 is mostly popular in football and involves betting with fixed matches on the result in a match with three possible outcomes, which are home win, away win, and draw.

This market may also known as Full Time Result Fixed MatchesMatch Betting Football Tips, or Three-Way Bet.

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How Does a fixed matches 1×2 Work?

If you are still confused, here’s a more detailed explanation and includes an example.

Basically, the three outcomes of a match between two teams are represented by either 1, 2, or X. This means 1 is for a home win, 2 for an away win, and X for the draw.

Using odds from FixedMatch.Win  let us use the scheduled curtain raiser for the 2017/18 Premier League season between Arsenal and Leicester as an example.

In the Full Time Result market, Arsenal are represented by the 1 as they are the home team. Leicester are the away team, so are represented by the 2, and the draw is X. Looking at the odds, you can see that Arsenal are favourites at 1.36. Leicester are the outsiders, with odds of 8.50, and the draw is priced at 4.75.

This means, using a 100 stake, that a bet on Arsenal to win would pay 136 if they’re victorious. Leicester to win is a possible return of 850, whilst the draw would pay 475 if the game finishes level.

The Fixed matches 1×2 are sometimes also available in handicap betting fixed matches, as long as there’s the possibility of a draw.

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Combining Two of the Three Possible Outcomes

It is possible to combine two of the three possible outcomes, using a Double Chance bet fixed matches.

With this market, you can choose to bet on 1X, X2, or 12. This basically translates into home win or draw, draw or away win, and home win or away win.

By combining two outcomes, you have a bigger chance of winning your bet although it would b

1X (Arsenal or Draw) – Odds of 1.083. Possible return of 108.30 for a 100 stake

X2 (Draw or Leicester) – Odds of 3.20. Possible return of 320

12 (Arsenal or Leicester) – Odds of 1.20.

Possible return of 120

Using our bet calculator, you can work out if it would be more profitable to combine two of the three possible outcomes using the double chance option or in the normal 1X2 market betting fixed matches.

Fixed matches 1×2, also known as three-way betting, refers to backing or laying a home win, draw or away win. We explain what a Fixed matches 1×2 market is, and how to calculate your payout.

Fixed matches 1×2 are hugely popular and a simple way of betting on sports where there is the possibility of a draw. The 1 refers to a home win, the X the draw and the 2 the away win.

Unlike Asian handicaps or totals, 1X2 betting correct fixed matches doesn’t seek to even out any difference in perceived quality between the teams or players. They aim to reflect the true odds of every possible outcome minus the bookmaker margin or exchange commission.

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How to calculate your payout for a back bet on Fixed matches 1×2

There are two stages to calculating your payout for a back bet on a fixed matches 1X2 market. As an example let’s say you backed Liverpool to beat Manchester City with a stake of £100 at odds of 2.88. Step

1: Calculate return excluding commission

Calculated as:

Odds * Stake = £ return

So in our example: 2.88 * 100 = £288

Therefore if Liverpool won your bet would return £288 – including stake, with a £188 profit.

However, because betting exchanges don’t add a margin into the odds – unlike bookmakers – you need to subtract the commission from the profit.

Step 2: Calculate return with commission

Calculated as:

((Stake * (Odds -1)) * Commission rate

In our example that would be: ((100 * (2.88 -1)) * 2% = £3.76 commission

So in our example you would be charged £3.76 commission, meaning your return would be £284.24 – a profit of £184.24

If the match ends in either a draw or a Man City victory, you would lose the bet and your £100 stake.

Even when commission is factored in to the odds, you will generally find that FixedMatch.Win has the best price – a result of our industry-low 2% commission on winning bets fixed matches only.

Once you have learnt how to calculate betting margins, you can compare margins across bookmakers and exchanges to find who offers you the best value odds.

How to calculate your payout for a lay bet on a fixed matches 1X2 market

Unlike a bookmaker when betting on a fixed matches 1X2 market, you can also lay the result. As an example let’s say you lay Man City against Liverpool with a stake of £100 at odds of 2.68.

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Similarly to calculate your payout for a back bet. There are two stages for a lay bet.

Step 1: Calculate return excluding commission

Calculated as:

Odds * Stake = £ return

So in our example: £100 = £100

Therefore if the game ended in a Liverpool win, or a draw your bet would win, giving you a £100 profit (before commission).

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