Betting Lines

Soccer Lines


European Football (Soccer) betting lines focus on 3 major categories: Moneyline, Spread, and Totals.

Euro Football money line is unique because it provides 3 options: Team A, Team B, or Draw. To better illustrate this point, let's look at an example.
Let's assume: Real Madrid v Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu. The Money line odds are as follows: Real Madrid: +105; Barcelona +200; Draw +250
In this example, 100 units placed on Real Madrid would return 105 units in profit if Real Madrid wins in 90 minutes. Or, 100 units placed on Barcelona would return 200 units in profit if Barcelona win. However, if neither team won and the teams were level at the final whistle, you would only win if you placed 100 units on the Draw (profit of 250 units).

The other common lines for Euro Football are Totals. These totals refer to the total goals both teams will combine for in a match: usually over 2.5 goals or under 2.5 goals.

For example: let's suppose Manchester United v Arsenal had a line was 2.5 goals. The two options available would be Over 2.5 goals or under 2.5 goals. If Manchester United won 2-1 over Arsenal, then the over 2.5 goals would be the correct pick because the teams combined for 3 goals.
Below are the betting lines for European Football (Soccer). This includes Money Line (game winner) and over/under.

Premier League Lines

The Premier League is the most popular football league in the world, and betting on the Premiership is legal in most countries.

In order to bet on a match, one must understand the value of the betting lines available at any given moment. The Barclay's Premier League betting lines consist of 2 main types of bets: Totals and Moneyline.

For Example: If Manchester United is playing Arsenal at Old Trafford, and the betting lines are as follows: Gunners: +215 (3.150); Man United +105 (2.050); Draw +260 (3.600)

If the aforementioned scenario held true, 100 units bet on the Gunners would return 215 units in profit (315 in gross), assuming Arsenal wins in 90 minutes. Or, 100 units bet on the Red Devils would yield 105 units in profit (205 units in gross) if United thumped the Londoners. However, if 90 minutes resulted in a share of the points, a 100 unit bet on the draw would return 360 units in gross with 260 units of profit. Not much to this whole betting thing, is there?

The other major betting lines for Football matches are Totals. Totals refer to the total goals both teams will combine for in a match: usually over 2.5 goals or under 2.5 goals.

This time, imagine that Chelsea and Liverpool are locking in a battle at Anfield. Since both sides are known to score loads, the totals line is 3. If the match ends 1-1 (2 total goals), an Under 3 pick would win. If the match ends 2-2 (4 total goals), an Over pick would be a winner. If Chelsea lose 2-1, then a punter would get his money back.

La Liga Lines

La Liga betting lines displayed above show 3 types of odds: Moneyline (American Odds), Decimal (European Odds), and Totals.

Futbol betting lines provide 3 options for every match: Team A, Team B, or Draw. To better illustrate this point, let's look at an example.

Let's assume: Real Madrid v Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu. The Money line odds are as follows: Real Madrid: +105 (2.050); Barcelona +200 (3.000); Draw +250 (3.500)

In this example, 100 units placed on Real Madrid would return 105 units in profit if Real Madrid wins in 90 minutes. Or, 100 units placed on Barcelona would return 200 units in profit if Barcelona win. However, if neither team won and the teams were level at the final whistle, you would only win if you placed 100 units on the Draw (profit of 250 units).

The other common lines type of bet. These totals refer to the total goals both teams will combine for in a match: usually over 2.5 goals or under 2.5 goals.

For example: let's suppose Valenica v Villarreal had a line of 2.5 goals. The two options available would be Over 2.5 goals or under 2.5 goals. If Valencia won 2-1 over Villarreal, then the over 2.5 goals would be the correct pick because the teams combined for 3 goals.

Bundesliga Lines

Bundesliga betting lines are important to understand because the Bundesliga is AccuScore's most profitable European league. The German Bundesliga is not only a profitable league to bet on, it's also an exciting league to watch. AccuScore's experts follow betting lines constantly and use betting tips as an excuse to watch the fast pace of the Bundesliga.

Understanding Betting Lines: Bayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund at the Allianz Arena. If the odds for a Bayern victory are 2.100, the lines for a Dortmund victory are 3.000, and the odds for a draw are 3.100, there is significant profit to be had everywhere,

Taking into account the assumptions above: a 100 unit pick of Bayern Munich would result in profits of 110 units, if Bayern win. However, if Dortmund win and 100 units were put on BVB, the profits would be 200 units. An expert pick of a draw would yield 210 units in profit if neither side could be separated after 90 minutes + stoppage time.

If you are more inclined to bet on the number of scores, the betting lines offer a totals bet. Totals mean picking the total number of goals that will be scored in a match: most often, the line is 2.5 goals.

Let us suppose Bayern Munich won 2-1. If this was the case, someone who picked the Over 2.5 goals would win his bet. However, if the match ended 1-0 in favour of the current Bundesliga champions, then the Under 2.5 goals would be the winning bet.

Serie A Lines

The Serie A is the most controversial betting league in Europe's big 4. With the amount of betting scandals that have resulted in recent times, the betting lines are a good way to see if a match is fixed, and make a little extra profit on soccer betting.

If a match has been fixed for a draw, it is quite easy to tell. Usually, the match will involve a Sicilian club or a relegation contender. The lines will be abnormally and noticeably showing the favourite to be the draw rather than a win by any side.

Let's assume il padrino has ordered match official to grant a draw between Siena and Atalanta. The betting lines will most likely look like this: Siena to win (2.800), Atalanta to win (3.000), Draw (1.800).

The fact that the returns for the draw return significantly lower profits than any other option points to a good old Italian betting fix. Usually, as this becomes apparent, the lines will be taken off and no more bets will be taken in. If this is the case, only the wise ones get in on the action early enough to get paid. Of course, use caution when deciding a match has been fixed, as it is not a noticeably regular occurrence, but keep your eyes open because the Serie A offers a different type of betting experience and odds than any other football league in the world.

Champion's League Lines

The Champion's League is the most popular football league in the world, and betting in most countries.