Both Teams to Score

I am almost certain that most bettors have heard of this kind of wager. It is normally made available to the players by the top bookies in the world. In short, what the wager means is that the punter has only two options to choose from and they are “Yes” or “No”. I think it is fair to say that they are just Boolean wagers. Other bookmakers could use different values instead of a Yes and No but those values do mean the same thing.

For both teams to score the value is “Yes” and no for a vice-versa results. The wager is rarely found in the live betting options but that does not mean a punter can’t find it there.
This is just but an example of how this bet option/wager looks like.

Both teams to score.

Yes (-190) No (+180)

As you can see, there only two options. The first being “Yes” and an odd of -190. The odds mean that the punter will have to stake $190 in order to get a payout of $100. The “No” option, on the other hand, means that the punter having staked $100 will get a payout of $180. That is just how the American odds work. Most often, the odds of these wagers are almost equal because the chances of either of them happening are close to 50/50.

The teams here can be any team as long as they are football clubs. It is very rare to find this bet option in other sporting events like basketball and handball because the clubs participating in this sporting event have close to one hundred percent chance of scoring against each other.
All the three types of odds do require a different amount of stakes. I just thought you should know that.

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