All soccer bets (except those on Under 17s matches) will be settled on 90 minutes of play. This includes any time added by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages. In major knock-out tournaments, for example the latter stages of the World Cup, where a winner is required in order to progress to the next leg, bets are still settled on 90 minutes of play. Extra Time, Golden Goals and Penalty Shoot-Outs do not count.
Bets on Under 17s Soccer matches will be settled on 80 minutes of play plus any time added by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages.
Match details, such as dates and kick-off times, displayed on the website are for guidance only and may be amended or taken off the board at any time. Soccer bets will have no-action if the match is officially postponed with no make-up date announced or if the make-up date is more than 48 hours away.
If a match is abandoned and/or suspended all bets shall be void unless the relevant wagering option has already been decided. For example, a bet on the ‘First Goal Scorer’ will stand if a goal has already been scored.
Where a venue is changed, bets will stand unless the game is to be played at the original away team’s ground in which case all bets will be voided.
Bets are on 90 minutes of play plus any time added by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages. If, after 90 minutes of play, the game ends in a draw/tie, the selections team A to win and team B to win will be considered losing bets.
For some matches there may also be a proposition available called ‘Draw No Bet’. Bets taken on this prop must predict which team wins the match in regular time (90 minutes plus any time added by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages). In the event of the match ending in a draw (tie), bets on this proposition will be ‘no action’.
Soccer parlays: When you parlay multiple games together, you must correctly predict the outcome of all games in the parlay in order to collect any winnings. If a game ends in a draw but you have not selected a draw as the outcome, this would count as a loss on that selection (and the whole parlay). You cannot mix money lines and totals in a soccer parlay.
Bets taken on ‘Half Time Results’ will be settled on 45 minutes of the first half plus any added injury time or stoppage time.
Bets taken on ‘2nd Half Lines’ will be settled on the 45 minutes of the second half plus any added injury or stoppage time. Extra Time, Golden Goals and Penalty Shoot-Outs do not count. Goals scored in the first half do not count toward the second half wager.
‘Goal Scorer Match Bet’ odds are based on how one person/team will compare with another in the same or a similar event. The two selections do not necessarily have to play each other in a win/lose situation; the grading is determined by one selection’s relative performance to the other. For tournaments, both players must take part in at least one game in the tournament, else all bets are void. Goals scored during penalty shoot outs do not count. If players tie, all bets are void. (Bets are based on 90 minutes play only plus injury time).
Future bets placed on ‘Odds to Win’ must predict the team winning the division, league or any other tournament and will be paid as soon as the said division, league or tournament has finished.
Bets taken on ‘Correct Score’ must predict the match score at the end of regular time (90 minutes plus any time added by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages).
Bets taken on ‘Double Chance’ must predict the outcome of the match based on three selections, either:
- the Home or Away team wins,
- the Home team wins or draws or
- the Away team wins or draws.
- Total goals
Bets taken on ‘Half with Most Goals’ must predict which half has most goals scored by either team in regular time (90 minutes plus any time added by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages).
When betting on ‘Double Result’ (half time – full time) you must predict the result at half time and at the end of normal time (90 minutes).
When betting on ‘Goals: odds or even’ you must predict if the total score by both teams ends up as an odd or an even number. A 0-0 score counts as an even number. Bets will be settled on 90 minutes of play plus any time added by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages.
Bets taken on ‘Kick Off Bet’ must predict which team will kick-off the match. Odds will be taken off the board 15 minutes before the match’s starting time.
For the ‘Goal/No Goal’ bet you can choose to wager on either ‘Goal’ for both teams to score, or ‘No Goal’ for either or both teams not to score.
When betting on ‘Soccer Special Props’ or ‘Match Specials’ you are required to predict the team or teams to win the game, event, tournament, competitions, match-up or any other situation within the game. Any cancelled or postponed game will cause the entire event to have ‘no action’. Soccer Specials will be settled on 90 minutes of play.
When betting on ‘Asian Handicap’ you are essentially betting on a point (or goal) spread. Asian Handicap offers only two betting options rather than the three possible outcomes normally offered on a soccer game (namely home, away or draw).
A +0.5 (1.95)
B -0.5 (1.95)
In this example, if you bet on team A they must win or draw the match for you to win your bet. If you bet on team B they must win by at least one goal for you to win your bet.
Betting on one of just two outcomes makes things simpler and it also allows you to get a better price when betting on the favorite. Where offered, the Asian handicap will always include a half-ball, i.e. the spread will be +/- 0.5, +/- 1.5 or higher. All Asian Handicap bets are based on regular time (90 minutes plus any time added by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages).