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Over/Under Betting: A Beginner's Guide on How to Bet on
13th November, 21:12You can find some form of Over/Under market in most sports from football to basketball.
It's a staple in sports betting and is often added to Match Result markets to boost odds. Using the example above, you may bet on Manchester City to win and Over 3.5 goals.
Sports you can bet on the Over/Under market include:
And many more. The type of markets you'll be able to bet on range, with the following among the most popular:
The list goes on, but you get the idea. You'll find most bookmakers the standard markets, although there is no reason you can't also request-a-bet through a respective service.
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Almost every online bookmaker will offer Over/Under markets across multiple sports.
You can find all our favourite bookmakers to play with on our Bookmakers Page, with reviews and free bets for each and every one.
There are many things you should think about when placing Over/Under bets. They can be risky if you don't know what you're doing, so it's well worth taking into account the following:
Of course, studying form and betting go hand in hand. There's no point betting on Over a certain number of goals if both teams have enjoyed sturdy defences in recent weeks. Additionally, if a main striker is in a goal drought, again it could harm your chances.
By analysing these circumstances, you can make a much more educated decision on the Over/Under market.
By considering the team selection you can take insight into a number of Over/Under markets. For example, if there are a couple of midfield enforcers on the pitch or tough centre halves, you might want to bet in Over X cards in a game.
Should a side have wingers playing who like to get to the byline and make crosses, you may be tempted by the Over X corners market. Equally, injuries and suspensions can play a part in how you bet on the Over/Under market.