Africa Fixed Bet
Stockport – West Ham United Tip: 2 Odd 1.30
Celtic – Hibernian Tip: 1 Odd 1.40
Without any doubt the most common and easiest to understand form of wager. To get a return, you have to correctly predict the game’s full time result.
Example: It’s Crystal Palace against Chelsea. You can either back the Eagles to win (15/2), the Blues to come on top (2/5) or the teams to share the points (7/2). To count as winning, your guess has to be right.
Just like 1X2 betting, here you can choose from three selections, but the outcome probability is way bigger. Sadly, the odds are significantly lowered. That’s because different outcomes are grouped in couples.
Example: Everton host Aston Villa in the most played League fixture in English football’s history. You are not sure about the outcome, so you seek assurance. The Double Chance bets are as it follows: Everton and Draw (1/6); Aston Villa and Draw (5/4) and Everton and Aston Villa (2/9).
Draw No Bet
Draw no Bet is a football wager that eliminates the draw from the available selections. If the game in question ends without a winner, your stake will be returned.
Example: Manchester City entertain Tottenham at Etihad Stadium and the Draw-no-Bet odds are Man City (1/6) and Spurs (4/1). In case the game ends in a draw, the bookmaker will refund your stake.
‘What do you think will be the score tonight?’ has to rank somewhere among ‘Good morning!’ and ‘How do you like your tea?’ As one of the most popular sentences used by Brits. It’s a really fun challenge to predict a football game’s result and the source of much banter. Online bookies offer you more than enough options, you can even send a request to some of them if you can’t find the one you want to bet on.