It is a special wager that the bookies offer only when the match being played is a big one. It is rare to find this wager when the two teams clashing have one side being more superior to the other.
The two teams are given an opportunity for the clean sheet option. The only two options that are there include a “Yes” or “No”. The team which is somehow inferior to the other is given higher odds for the “Yes” option unlike the ones given to the superior teams.
|Clean sheets, teams score and peculiar results.|
A punter needs to check on the current forms of both teams in order to determine which team might end up keeping a clean sheet. There could be one, both of them or none of them that keeps the clean sheet. All these should be part of punters findings.
It is good for the punter to start by checking the number of clean sheets that each and every goalkeeper has kept in their past encounters or in the current football league. That way, the gambler will have eliminated most of his suspicions and get the correct details.
A team that applies a defensive style of play will most likely keep a clean sheet since every player of that team participates in defending their side from conceding any goals.
This is how the wager looks like in most of the top bookmakers in Europe and the world.
|Team A||Team B|
|Yes (11/4)||No ( 1/5 )||Yes (9/4)||No (1/6)|
I hope you do know that the team names here can mean literally any football team that you can think of.
That being said, it is now the punter's time to proceed to place that bet he/she has been longing to do.