Half Time Full Time meaning and betting strategy
What is a Half Time Full Time bet?
One of the best bets on the Bettingrunner Tip Store is Half Time Full Time betting. Half Time Full Time bet is often overlooked and yet it offers a real chance of making good profits throughout the season. We start from the bases with Half time Full time meaning: in several team sports, matches are played in two halves. Half time is the name given to the interval between the two halves of the match. Typically, after half-time teams swap ends of the field of play, in order to reduce any advantage that may be gained from wind or a slope to the playing surface, for example.
For Half Time Full Time betting, you predict the outcome at half-time and at the end of regulation 90 minutes play (e.g half time draw, full time away team). Extra time and penalty shoot-outs do not count. The odds will be extremely high for probability of half time home team and full time away team. However, the odds will be low for favourites winning at half time and full time. Draw/Home is a very common result in this type of game. All the ways you can think of a game being at half time and at the end is something you can bet on, making it a fun and exciting way to play. Bets will be void if the match is abandoned.
Betting on the half time and full time will be bring you higher odds than traditional fixed odds (1×2). For example, Manchester United vs West Ham. The odds for Manchester United to win could be as low as 1.40. But odds for Manchester United to win at half time and full time could be as high as 2.10.
Half Time Full Time combinations and examples
Home/Home (H/H or 1/1) = Home team wins Half Time and Full Time
Home/Draw (H/D or 1/x) = Home team wins Half Time, Draw on Full Time
Home/Away (H/A or 1/2) = Home team wins Half Time and Away team wins Full Time
Draw/Home (D/H or x/1) = Draw on Half Time, Home team wins Full Time
Draw /Draw (D/D or x/x) = Draw on Half Time and Draw on Full Time,
Draw /Away (D/A or x/2) = Draw on Half Time, Away team wins Full Time
Away/Home (A/H or 2/1) = Away team wins Half Time and Home team wins Full Time
Away /Draw (A/D or 2/x) = Away team wins Half Time, Draw on Full Time
Away /Away (A/A or 2/2) = Away team wins Half Time Full Time
|Half Time Full Time||Half Time RESULT||Full Time RESULT||BET Result|
|Home/Home||Real Madrid 1 - Barcelona 0||Real Madrid 2 - Barcelona 0||Win|
|Home/Draw||Real Madrid 1 - Barcelona 0||Real Madrid 2 - Barcelona 2||Win|
|Home/Away||Real Madrid 1 - Barcelona 0||Real Madrid 1 - Barcelona 3||Win|
|Draw/Home||Real Madrid 0 - Barcelona 0||Real Madrid 4 - Barcelona 1||Win|
|Draw /Draw||Real Madrid 0 - Barcelona 0||Real Madrid 2 - Barcelona 2||Win|
|Draw /Away||Real Madrid 1 - Barcelona 1||Real Madrid 1 - Barcelona 2||Win|
|Away/Home||Real Madrid 0 - Barcelona 1||Real Madrid 2 - Barcelona 1||Win|
|Away /Draw||Real Madrid 0 - Barcelona 1||Real Madrid 1 - Barcelona 1||Win|
|Away /Away||Real Madrid 0 - Barcelona 1||Real Madrid 0 - Barcelona 2||Win|
Advantages of Half Time Full Time Bets
The advantage of betting Half time Full time results is that it is not something that is extremely hard to predict and with some solid statistical work you can turn a good profit by betting on it. There will of course be lots of variance in general, but it is relatively easy to bet this betting option in the long run if you keep a good bankroll management all the way.
How to choose the best Half Time Full Time odds
Doing research prior to the game is crucial, one of the things that you should look at is how the teams generally perform in the first and last half of the game and make your decision based on facts.
Some Half time Full time LIVE factors: Were injuries a factor? Did penalties and/or turnovers have a major effect on the score and/or total? Does one team have significant momentum? Did one team just have a ‘bad’ or uncharacteristically great first half? To what extent did the respective gameplans play out? Are one or both teams already making adjustments? Another thing to look when you play a Half Time Full Time Bet is the current form of the teams that are playing, as it will most likely also show in the game that you want to place your bet on.
Take, for example, Liverpool’s 5-1 victory over Arsenal at Anfield in the 2013/14 English Premier League (EPL). Many predicted a tight game that either side could win, but within 20 minutes Liverpool had an unassailable lead. Why? Because they score early goals. Their 2013/14 EPL stats at the time of writing show 11 goals scored in the first 15 minutes. Overall, they’ve scored 46 in the first half, and ‘just’ 24 in the second half. Arsenal, in contrast, managed just six in the first 15 minutes and 18 in the first half. In the second half, their tally nearly doubles, to 34. So betting on Liverpool to win both halves was a viable bet.
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