Just like the “correct score” wager, this wager is tricky to bet on and also very difficult to predict despite the fact that the odds awarded in this wager are irresistible. The wager does not have many options though. The options are not more than 7 provided by most top bookies in the world.
The options found are “1/1”, “1/X”, “X/1”, “1/2”, “2/1”, “2/2”, “X/X”, “2/X” and “X/2”. I will only explain a few of them hoping that once you get the concepts you can then understand what the rest means.
1/1 option means that the home team wins in the first half of game and also wins in the second half of the game. This option is only valid to the home teams that scores and wins in the first half and also proceeds to score and win in the second half. The bookies do treat half time results differently and again full-time results separately. So, if by any chance a home football team wins in the first half of the game and then nothing happens or the second half yields a draw results and the home teams wins in the final results, that will be nullified in the 1/1 option. Instead, those results will fall perfectly under the 1/X option. Therefore, as a punter, you need to be careful with the way you place these bets as you can see they are very tricky.
You can proceed to apply the same rule of treating all half time and full time results separately in order for you to know what the other options I have listed but not mentioned means. I suggest you better understand them very well first before betting on them. Once you do that, it will be very difficult for you to cancel that bet.