These are the goals that are scored in the second 45 minutes of any football match. There are some goals which are not counted as part of the second half goals. They are the ones scored at the extra time if the game needs to go for an extra time.
Reliable statistics show that most goals are scored in the second half of the game. To punters, this is the perfect wager to bet on especially when you want to win a bet on “goals”. The bookies providing this market to their customers, do so in such a way that they do not specify the exact number of goals to be scored in the second half of the game. What they do instead is that they make the options to be of ranges. For instance, they can put the bets this way, 0-1, 2-3, 4-6 and maybe “any other”.
The odds for each of the above-mentioned options, however, vary. Like for the first one, the odds are minimal compared to those of the rest. A punter who chooses “2-3” option is on a safer side since this is normally what happens in most second half of the games. But, this does not mean that the punter has to just relax and bet on that option blindly, No. The punter needs to dig deeper in order to find enough statistics to support their decisions. The punter can resort to the “2-3” option if and only if he/she does not get enough stats to support their arguments. It should be the last option to pick.
The odds for such a general wager are normally not that very high since the wager gives the gambler a broader section to pick the options from. The odds for “Exact second half goals” option, however, are really huge but are accompanied with too many risks.