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.