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Matches Fixed Betting Soccer

Matches Fixed Betting Soccer


Match: De Graafschap – Jong PSV

Pick: over 2.5 goals

Odds: 1.60   FT: 4:2 WON

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Matches Fixed Betting Soccer

The Most Common Ways to Wager on Soccer

Here we will take a look at how to bet the three-way money line, double chance betting and Asian fixed matches handicaps. If you’re searching for a more comprehensive guide to the different ways you can bet on soccer, check out our guide to the basics of matches fixed soccer betting.

The Three-Way Money line

Unlike the NFL, where ties are extremely rare, or other sports where ties are not possible, a tie (or draw) in soccer is commonplace. As such, new bettors to soccer may be surprised to see three options when matches fixed betting soccer on money line markets. Also, note that in some circumstances, you may see this listed as the full-time result.

A three-way money line means you can bet either Team A to win, Team B to win, or on the Draw to win. These bets are settled after full-time. It means at the conclusion of 90 minutes of play plus any added injury time/stoppage time.

Double Chance Bets Football

In double chance matches fixed betting soccer, you are placing a bet on two of the three possible outcomes from a three-way money line bet. A bettor would typically bet on either Team A to win or draw, or Team B to win or draw.

A bet like this will typically be stacking the odds heavily in your favor. So don’t expect to see a very big return as the odds will be fairly short. The exception would be if you’re betting on an underdog at odds of around +1000 to win or draw. In this case, you could likely still receive odds of around +300.

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Consequently, in both instances, you are essentially adding a plus-handicap to one team. In betting against the spread (ATS) terms, you’re giving your team a +0.5 handicap so that they can either win or draw the match. However, when choosing two of the three possible outcomes, bettors can also place a double chance bet on the outcome to be a win for either Team A or Team B. Therefore, the only outcome that would result in a loss would be if the match ends in a draw.

That is just one very basic example of how spread betting is sometimes incorporated into soccer. In the case of double chance betting, it is only comparable through the example above to ATS betting.

If you’re looking to make things a little more exciting, then Asian handicap betting may be for you.

Soccer’s Version of Spread Betting

Depending on where you’re placing your wager, you may see this listed as a spread, handicap fixed matches bets, or Asian handicap. However, what you may notice right from the start is that these spreads and totals will be set much lower than what you may be used to. Unlike the NFL, there are no real “key” numbers in soccer. Numbers like three or seven which are so important in the NFL, are irrelevant in soccer because scoring in games is much lower. That just means you’ll see spreads of -0.5, -1, 0, -1.5, +0.5, +1, or +1.5 for example.

Games Correct Score Bets

In the examples listed above, the results would be much the same as in American sports. If Team A is favored by -0.5, -1 or -1.5, they need to win by at least one goal for -0.5. And at least two goals for -1 and -1.5 for your bet to be graded a winner. A one-goal win on a bet of -1 would result in a push and your stake returned.

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