The wager is one of the many money making betting options if properly or correctly placed by the punter. It sums all the goals that are taken in the first half of the game regardless of the teams that scored all those goals.
The bookies offer this wager by providing only two options. The options are “Over” and “Under” only. However, the values for these options can be one or more than that depending on the games that are being played. Small matches might be provided with only one value or the wager might not even be made available in that game. Big matches, on the other hand, do have more than one value provided for the “over” and “under” options.
The odds for fewer goals are very low and then they increase with an increase in the target number of goals.
The punter’s main task here is to get as much information as they can. That way, the information they gather will help them make the right decision when placing the bets on this wager. Information that punters might want to look for are those that answer the following questions: how have the two teams been performing in most of the first half matches that they have played, how is the defence organised in both teams, which team is more lethal than the other and how are the two teams performing currently? and so much more. But, getting answers those questions put them in a better position of placing their bets correctly and winning the bet.
The way this wager is displayed might resemble something like the one below:
If by any chance you have ever come across such a thing then get to know that it was the way “half time goals” were presented to you.