What does 1×2 mean in soccer betting. How does it work?

When you bet the money line on any soccer game, there can be three outcomes, also known as 1 x 2. The home team (1) can win, the away team (2) can win, or the match can end in a draw (x). This is known as a three-way moneyline

In regular season contests, such as the Spanish La Liga, all matches are determined in the standard 90 minutes of play, plus any time added on for injuries and substitutions, meaning there is a high prevalence of draws.

If you think the home team will win the match outright, you bet on 1. If you think the away team will win the game, you bet on 2. If A draw would be when the two teams have the same score when the final whistle is blown, you would bet the x for that outcome.


  • Real Madrid -120 (1)
  • Draw +240 (x)
  • Barcelona +150 (2)
What does 1x2 mean in soccer betting. How does it work?
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