Solo Safe Prediction
Slovacko – Teplice: 1 Odd: 1.50 FT: 2:0
RB Leipzig – Augsburg: 1 Odd: 1.30 FT: 2:1
Breidablik – Leiknir: 1 Odd: 1.44 FT: 4:0
Afturelding – Olafsvik: 1 Odd: 1.50 FT: 3:0
Totals and Over/Under Bets
This type of wager also has two interchangeable names associated with it. Folks in the United States most often refer to this bet type as a total, while the rest of the globe typically calls it an over/under bet. Once again, regardless of the name, both refer to the same type of sports bet.
Totals are another very simple wager that can be great for beginners to use in conjunction with win bets. With a totals bet, the sportsbook will issue a specified total associated with a sporting event. In many cases, this total is tied to the number of points scored in the game. When placing this type of wager, you’ll have to decide if you think the total will actually come in over or under the number set by the sportsbook.
Let’s look at an example. If we circle back to that same Miami Heat versus Chicago Bulls game, a sportsbook may set a totals line at 199 points. If you believe that both teams combined will score more than 199 points in the game, you will bet the over. Conversely, if you feel like the teams will have a combined score less than that, you’d bet the under. If you pick correctly, you’ll win your totals bet.