Soccer betting

English Premier League Betting Guide

Soccer is the most popular sport in the world. Because of its worldwide popularity, there is no surprise that soccer is the biggest sport in terms of betting. there are almost always soccer games to bet on. With hundreds of matches to bet on every week and countless available markets for each match, here we fully explain

how each type of bet will work. Let’s take a look at everything from money line soccer bets, to ”if bets” in soccer, and much more.


The Moneyline is a simple straight bet, Your job is to bet on which team you think will win the game. On the odds table, you’ll notice the plus (+) and minus (-) sign. The favorites are acknowledged by the minus sign. Underdogs are acknowledged by the plus sign. For example, Leicester (-350) vs Fulham (+280) In this bet, Leicester is a big favorite, and to win $100 you would have to bet $350. On the other side, if you think Fulham can pull off the upset, you could bet $100 to win $280. In Soccer the option of the tie is available so there would be no push. If the odds table offer +260 you wagered $100 on the tie, you would win $260 if the game end as a tie.

Total Over/Under

Total or also known as over/under (O/U) bet is a wager in which a sportsbook will predict a number for a statistic in a given game (usually the combined score of the two teams), and bettors wager that the actual number in the game will be either higher or lower than that number.
For this market, you are wagering on the combined total number of goals at the end of the whole game. For example:

Brazil vs. Portugal Over/Under 2.5 (-110)

if you wager on Ov 2.5 goals, the game needs to end on a combined total of 3 goals or more. If you wager on Un 2.5, the game needs to end in a combined total of 2 goals or less.


Futures betting also is known as outright called in other regions or sportsbook in soccer can be very popular, especially with all of the huge leagues that run, like the European Leagues, English Premier League, Spanish La Liga, and UEFA Champions League and periodic soccer events such as the Olympics and World Cup. Futures and outrights are classed as “long-term” wagers. This is because they’re usually available well in advance of competition starting. These popular soccer wagers can be hard to get right, but they’re easy to understand and can offer some attractive payouts. You only need to predict the outcome of a competition. For example English Premier League outright winner:

Manchester city          2.88
Manchester United     4.00
liverpool                        4.33
Asenal                           10.00
Leicester                       251.00
Crystal Palace              501.00
West Brom. Albion       751.00
Brighton                         2001.00

In this odds table obviously the Manchester City are the Favorites to win the competition, that is why the odds are just 2.88. Brighton has a little chance of winning that is why their odds are huge at 2001.00 this means they are the most underdog in this league.

If Bets

If bet is commonly used in the United States and considered by many as a very complicated betting style. The Style of betting on if bet is that if one team that you bet on wins, then a bet will be placed on another team. But, if the first team that you bet on loses, then there will be no more bets placed.
Example You pick the following three football teams to cover the spread in their upcoming games:

Tennessee Titans -1.5 (-110) vs. Pittburgh Steelers +1.5 (-110)

Bet $11 on Titans -1.5 to win $10

If this bet wins, then a bet would be placed on the following game:

Oakland -0.5 (-110) vs. France +0.5 (-110)

Bet $110 on France +0.5 to win $100