Before we look in to the dos and don’ts of the first scorer market, let’s properly define what the first scorer is. It shouldn’t take long. The first scorer market is as ronseal a betting term as you can find, it means exactly what it says on the tin – a bet on the first goal scorer in a game.
The anytime scorer market is an easier market than the first scorer market. Unlike the first scorer market where you are reliant on your choice scoring the first goal, the anytime market means that your bet just has to score during the 90 minutes in order for your bet to be successful. Do bear in mind however that own goals don’t count.
We’ve all being there. You are sitting in the pub when your mate, yes the one that knows everything about football without ever being interested, turns to you and says, this game will finish 3-1 to the home team. You scoff, after all you know more than him.
You love the excitement of having a vested interest in a game. The slight thrill you get when you see a prediction bringing in money. Traditionally you have always kept it simple, team to win, first goal-scorer or correct score the bet of choice. You now want to spice up your weekend’s activity. One market that attracts your attention if the half time/full time market. But what exactly is it?
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