Solo Safe Match
D. Zagreb – Lok. Zagreb
Tip: 1 Odds: 1.30 Result: 2:0
Kilmarnock – Celtic
Tip: 2 Odds: 1.30 Result: 0:4
Almeria – Sevilla
Tip: 2 Odds: 1.70 Result: 0:1
Both Teams to score ‘Both teams to score’ (BTTS) is another top football bet, which is used as base for many others and various promotions too. You may choose between ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ and your bet will be settled, depending on whether both sides manage to find the net before the final whistle.
Example: Newcastle play Leicester at home and we pick ‘BTTS – No’ at 11/10. This means we will get a return only if after the end of the game St. James’ Park’s scoreboard shows at least one zero, a goalless draw will also mean the bet is winning. If we opted instead for the ‘Yes’ option, the bet could be settled in our favour as soon as both sides score in the game.
Asian Handicap Asian Handicap also gives an upper hand to one of the teams in advance, but this time the draw is eliminated as a result. Another difference from the standard handicap format is Asian HC may consist 2 values, one whole and one half number.
Example: Charlton host Norwich and we bet £3 on the Canaries with Asian Handicap (-1.0, -1.5) at Evens.
- 1. Norwich win by 2 goals or more. The selection wins and we get full payout for our stake.
- 2. Norwich win by exactly one goal. Our selection wins, but we are paid only half of the prize.
- 3. The match ends in a draw or a Charlton win. Our bet counts as lost.