Football Betting Part 2

There is no doubt that football is the world's most popular sport, not just playing or watching TV, but also when it comes to betting. There are a variety of game variants to choose from. The most popular is the classic 1 X 2 setup, which means playing "1" for home team win, "X" for draw and "2" for the away team win. If it is possible that the match goes to extension at a draw result, it is important to remember that 1 X 2 refers to the regular time.

 

It is also possible to play 1 X 2 with so-called disability. Disability works so that if, for example, Barcelona meet Real Madrid and choose to play "2" with handicap 0-2, Real Madrid is expected to start with two goals. Should Barcelona win the match with 1-0, one would still have won their bet, then the result would have been counted as 1-2. Many skilled players mean that much is just about handicaping right, but of course it's no need.

 

Another possibility is to play on a particular result, for example 3-2. To match the correct results is self-carding much more difficult than predicting only the winner, but the odds are also higher. If you have the feeling that a match will be particularly objective or goal-long, it is also possible to record that the match will contain below or above a certain number of goals. For example, if you play "over 2.5 goals", that means that the match must contain three or more goals in order to win their bet.

 

In addition to the World Cup, the European Championships, the Champions League and the European League, the national leagues are of the utmost importance. Some of the most prestigious leagues are Italy Serie A, England's Premier League, Spain's League, France League 1 and German Bundesliga. Interest in sports is huge, and it only continues to grow. Today, it is estimated that a total of 240 million people regularly exercise sports, and even more people follow their favorite team on television or in the arena.