Whether you follow the MLS or English Premiership, soccer wagering normally involves three-way odds. Unlike other North American sports which must produce a winner each game, ties or ‘draws’ are common in soccer. It means you can pick Team A to win, Team B to win or for the game to end in a draw. So in any upcoming soccer game, you will see:
- Team A +120
- Team B +270
- Draw +195
It means $10 risked on Team A would pay out $12 if they win; $10 staked on Team B would pay $27; and a 1-1 draw would pay $19.50. This is similar to baseball and hockey wagering where moneylines are the preferred odds vehicle. While they are not currently listed here, over-unders or soccer totals are often available but are almost always set a 2 or 2.5 because of the low-scoring nature of soccer.