Correct score betting
The correct score betting has found a widespread use among sports betting fans. The main point of such bet is that the player has to guess the final correct score. This kind of bet is especially popular in football competitions, although in volleyball and tennis the bookmakers often propose this kind of sport bets. As the variants of football matches outcomes can be various, so the bookmakers usually propose limited set of variations, in which the bet on any other outcome is also included. This bet is very helpful and handy in use for those, who are sure that the match will end with the other score then the bookmakers suggest.
Before you begin using correct score betting you should get acquainted with the statistical data about outcomes that where gathered for many years. Finally, it would become clear, that some outcomes in football occur more often than other. So, for example, score in match 1:1 happens in 10% of cases, that is every 10 match ends in such a draw. Also it should be mentioned that more than the half of all matches end with outcomes beginning from goalless draw, score 0:2 and with all variations in these frames. But the matches where one of the team scored three or even more goals are considered to be rather rare and with every year such matches are becoming fewer and fewer.
Correct score betting tips are not only the examination of your intuition but a competent analyses and learning firstly the statistical data. Also, in order to build correct score tips you should keep in mind individual factors of every match: teams’ line-up, injuries of players, motivation of each team and many other factors.
One of the most popular strategies on correct score for today is“Plus-minus one”. The point is, that while you choose “your own”, most possible outcome, you make make bets on other possible outcomes as well, suggesting all possible variants, taking away and adding one goal from each team. For example, if you decided to start from the outcome 1:1, the additional bets would be 0:1, 1:0, 0:0, 2:1, 2:0, 1:2, 0:2 and 2:2.