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Asian Handicap Betting In Football – All you need to know

Asian Handicap betting is one of the fastest growing forms of football wagering at the moment. Let’s take a look at the value in getting involved.

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Asian Handicap betting is one of the fastest growing forms of football wagering at the moment, and it’s not hard to see why! There are many advantages to playing on the Asian Handicap markets as opposed to more conventional offerings so let’s take a look at value in getting involved.

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Flexibility of Choice

Asian Handicap markets provide you with more choice and flexibility in your football betting. It’s more accurate, fair and there are fewer ways to lose your money. Each team is handicapped based on their ability, leveling the playing field. This means the stronger team must win by more goals for a player betting on them to win.

The main benefit of Asian Handicap betting is that the draw result is eliminated. In Asian Handicap betting, the ‘draw’ is referred to as a ‘push’, and the stakes are returned to players when this happens.  By eliminating the draw, there’s a 50-50 chance of winning and only one way to lose, not two!

Double Handicaps

Another valuable aspect of this kind of betting is Double Handicaps where the player splits their stake across two separate bets. Depending on match results, half a player’s stake can be a full winner, while the other is a  ‘push’ so that share is returned.  This gives players much more flexibility and allows them to stake their money in a much more precise way.

Match Goals and Team Goals

It’s not just team performance markets where you can take advantage; Match goals and Team Goals bets are also available for players. On standard stakes, if betting on over or under 3 goals, when 3 goals are scored on a game only the bookmaker wins.  In Asian Handicap betting you’ll get your money back on both sides because it’s a push!

Simply put, the flexibility of Asian Handicap betting means there are fewer ways to lose your money and more flexibility and precision in how you place your stake. By eliminating the draw outcome, you have more security.

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