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What is Handicap Betting?

Handicap betting is used commonly in practice in points-based sports like football, rugby, basketball, and tennis, but is also frequently used in racing events, particularly horse racing.

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What is Lay Betting?

Lay Betting is the option on the betting exchanges such as Betfair where punters can play the role of a traditional bookmaker but offering odds to sell a bet instead of the usual odds to back a bet.

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Types of Bet

A quick round up of the various types of bet that you can make.

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What is Asian Handicap Betting?

Asian handicap betting has gained in popularity over recent seasons and is considered one of the core spread betting markets in football today for many professional punters and gamblers, originating from Asia this type of bet is now very popular here in Europe.

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Celtic ease past Hibs to close on Rangers

Daizen Maeda needed just four minutes to score a debut goal as Celtic clinically defeated Hibernian 2-0 to move within three points of leaders Rangers in the Scottish Premiership.

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Burnley’s match against Watford in the Premier League on Tuesday has been postponed due to Covid cases and injuries in their squad.

McLaren boss calls for rulemaking reform | ‘Teams have too much power’

McLaren chief executive Zak Brown believes Formula 1 teams “have too much power and it needs to be reduced” as he described the controversial Abu Dhabi GP as a “symptom rather than cause” of issues with rulemaking and governance.