What is draw no bet in soccer?

In both soccer and football, there can be a “push’’ or no bet depending on the line of the game and the final score of the game.

Let’s use an example from soccer first. If Manchester City is a one-goal favorite over Manchester United and the final score is Manchester City 2, Manchester United 1, then with a bet using the Asian Handicap the game is a push and it’s basically a no bet since all wagers are returned to the bettors.

In American Football it would work the same way. If the Green Bay Packers are a seven-point favorite over the New York Giants and the final score of the game is Green Bay Packers 27, New York Giants 20, the game is a push and again all wagers are returned to the bettors.

American sports betting websites do not like pushes, which is why (especially in soccer betting) you will see lines that use the one-half goal. Obviously, a team can not score one-half of a goal, so in our above example if Manchester City was a one-and-a-half goal favorite over Manchester United and the final score was Manchester City 2, Manchester United 1, then bets on City would be a loss and bets on United would be a win.

It’s the same with American Football. Again using the example from above if the Green Bay Packers were a six-and-a-half point favorite over the New York Giants and the final score was Green Bay Packers 27, New York Giants, 20, bets on the Packers would win and bets on the Giants would lose.

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