Wagers on the results of field hockey games are a common kind of sports betting. It’s a wonderful and exciting approach to make the sport more interesting and, perhaps, profitable.
Hockey Bets and Their Varieties
In hockey, you can wager on a wide variety of outcomes. Among these are:
Wagers on the Moneyline
The simplest bet is one in which the outcome of the game is determined by a wager placed on a single team. Each team’s odds will be listed, with the favorite’s odds being negative and the underdog’s odds being positive.
Hockey Betting on the Lines
For this wager to pay off, the favored team needs to win by a specified margin (the “point spread”). Nonetheless, the underdog can still win and cover the spread if they lose by less than the posted total.
Laying Odds on the Over/Under
Totals betting, often known as “over/under” wagers, entail picking whether or not the game’s combined goal tally will be more than or lower than a certain figure.
To place a parlay bet, you must select two or more matches on the same betting slip. All of the wager’s games must come out on top for it to pay off.