Fri 22 Mar by Mark Gleeson
The latest example was Wednesday’s pool that comprised the Germany-Serbia clash and the match between Wales and Trinidad/Tobago.
Germany eked out a 1-1 draw and Wales won 1-0, results that generated a R129 payout to a R6 stake, effectively odds of 20.5-1.
The new bet comprises two matches (M1 and M2) and is effectively a two-game equivalent of TAB’s existing Soccer 4. As with Soccer 4 there are six result options for each match, each denoted by a number in the TAB betting system:
1 = Team A win by difference of only 1 goal (1-0; 3-2; 4-3 etc)
2 = Team A win by difference of 2 goals of more (2-0; 3-1; 4-1 etc)
3 = No-score draw (0-0 only)
4 = Score draw (1-1; 2-2; 3-3 etc)
5 = Team B win by difference of only 1 goal
6 = Team B win by difference of 2 goals or more
A single entry (one result option per match) costs R6. A multiple entry (more than one choice in one or both games) can also be played for R6 per combination. So if you choose three result options in one match and two in the other, the cost is 6 combinations (3x2) @ R6 each = R36.
To take a bet, go to www.bettingworld.co.za or http://protect-za.mimecast.com/s/tVdXCj2BnxFWRzPtRuXH3?domain=soccer6.co.za