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Burnley – Manchester Utd Tip: 2 Odd: 1.50 FT: 0:1
Al Ahly – El-Entag El-Harby 1 Odd: 1.40 FT: 4:1
In double chance betting, you are placing a bet on two of the three possible outcomes from a three-way moneyline bet. A bettor would typically bet on either Team A to win or draw, or Team B to win or draw.
Since a bet like this will typically be stacking the odds heavily in your favor, 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.
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.