Who wins the rest of the match : This bet refers to who will win the rest of the match from the time of placing your bet. Once your bet is placed the scores technically become 0-0 even if one team is winning at the time.
The "Rest of the match" bet is offered only for live events. It refers to the result of the rest of the match, calculated from the moment of bet placement. That means that we imagine the score at the moment of bet placement is 0:0. For the settlement of the bet, only goals that are scored after the moment of bet placement are relevant.
With a rest of the match bet or in-play LIVE bet 0-0 you can bet on home win (1*), draw (0*) or a win for the away team (2*). This means that only goals that are scored after the bet has been placed, will be accounted for the settling of the bet. So for you the match starts all over again with the score at 0-0 at the time the bet is placed.
Who wins the rest of the match: This bet refers to who will win the rest of the match from the time of placing your bet. Once your bet is placed the scores technically become 0-0 even if one team is winning at the time. So from the point you place your bet, till the end of the game, the team that score more goals will win the bet. What is SYSTEM BETS
07 Feb 2016, 19:30. Who wins the rest of the match is not literal to t. I predicted who would win the rest of the match but i lose, how?? I was advised that it had terms and conditions.. I.e if both teams score 2 goals from when your team leads it doesn't matter wheather your team wins or not. Going forward specify this to the clients as it can be interpreted in a literal sense.
New answers. After a short respite, the famous tennis star walked onto the court, played against a difficult opponent, and managed to win the match. The meaning of respite as it is used in the sentence is rest. Log in for more information.
1: wins if the match is a draw or Arsenal wins (ex. Arsenal – Liverpool: 1-0 or 1-1) X: wins if Arsenal loses with a score difference of 1 goal (ex. Arsenal – Liverpool: 0-1 or 1-2) 2: wins if Liverpool wins with a score difference of at least 2 goals (ex. Arsenal – Liverpool: 0-2, or 1-3)
If a match is forfeited or a team is given a walkover victory after the match has kicked off then settlement will occur in line with our abandonment rules. Any subsequently awarded scoreline will not count for settlement purposes.