Correct Score Betting

Correct Score Betting is fairly simple, as it is exactly as it says on the tin. The bookmakers give you odds on a score, you have a bet on that score, and if the match ends up the score you bet on, you win. While if it’s any other score, you lose.

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Correct Score Betting Example

If you have £10.00 on Manchester United to win 1-0 with a bookmaker at odds of 8/1, and the match finishes 1-0 to Manchester United, your bet is a winner and you will receive £90.00 off that bookmaker. The breakdown is like this, £10.00 stake returned because your bet won, and £80.00 winnings.

If the match finishes at any score other than 1-0 to Manchester United, then the bet is a loser.

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Trade The Correct Score Market Using The ASP System

Trading The Correct Score Market

The Correct Score market has become an increasingly popular market to trade, both pre match, and in-play. The best place for trading the correct score market is probably the Betfair Betting Exchange. As it has exceptional liquidity, there is always a great chance your bet will get matched.

Football Betting Systems such as Assured Soccer Profits (ASP) have been created from scratch to trade the correct score market on Betfair, showing just what a popular market it is. You can read more about ASP on our Assured Soccer Profits Review page.

Correct Score Refunds

With Correct Score betting you can now cover a losing bet. More and more bookmakers are now offering money back incentives on certain markets in the event of a certain outcome, and this applies to the Correct Score market.

The money back special could be triggered if the match ends in a 0-0 draw, or there is a red card in the match, etc. These offers can be on selected matches, like live TV fixtures on Sky Sports or BT Sports.

Bet365 are one such bookmaker, they currently offer all customers money back on losing Correct Score bets on any football matche, if that match ends 0-0. This is based on your first Correct Score bet on that match.

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