What do bookies mean when they incorporate “corners 2-way” into their system?
It means that corners taken in total by both teams playing can be either Over or Under a certain number that has been specified. Nevertheless, there are some rules that do hinder corners count in one way or another. The first rule is that if a corner is retaken more than once because of some reasons well-known to the referee, the corner count will be taken as only 1.
The second rule is that the number of corners is only counted for the first 90 minutes of the game with the inclusion of those taken at the added time. The ones that are taken much later at the extra time are not counted at all.
The third rule involves the corners awarded but before the players take them, the referee blows the whistle indicating the end of the game. Those are never considered in betting since they were not taken after all.
Lastly, if the match is abandoned due to some unavoidable circumstances, those bets are nullified or deemed as void. Not unless the bets had been settled.
To wind up this topic, let me just illustrate a simple example of how “corners 2-way” market are normally presented to the customers by the bookies.
|Corners 2-way||Under 8.5 (13/5)|
|Over 8.5 (11/6)|
I opted to use the fractional format for odds here. Hoping that you already know how this style of odds works as there are several types of odds which can be used just to have a better understanding of how each work.