TPP Double Chance Stats Table
Team / Next match %
Bayer 04 LeverkusenGermany
Bayer 04 Leverkusen
33/33 100.00
100%
Real MadridSpain
Real Madrid
36/37 97.00
97%
InterItaly
Inter
36/38 95.00
95%
Paris Saint GermainFrance
Paris Saint Germain
31/33 94.00
94%
Manchester CityEngland
Manchester City
35/38 92.00
92%
LiverpoolEngland
Liverpool
34/38 89.00
89%
ArsenalEngland
Arsenal
33/38 87.00
87%
JuventusItaly
Juventus
33/38 87.00
87%
FC BarcelonaSpain
FC Barcelona
32/37 86.00
86%
BolognaItaly
Bologna
32/38 84.00
84%
MilanItaly
Milan
31/38 82.00
82%
Borussia DortmundGermany
Borussia Dortmund
27/33 82.00
82%
GironaSpain
Girona
30/37 81.00
81%
BrestFrance
Brest
27/34 79.00
79%
RB LeipzigGermany
RB Leipzig
26/33 79.00
79%
LilleFrance
Lille
26/33 79.00
79%
VfB StuttgartGermany
VfB Stuttgart
26/33 79.00
79%
MonacoFrance
Monaco
26/33 79.00
79%
Athletic ClubSpain
Athletic Club
28/36 78.00
78%
Real BetisSpain
Real Betis
28/37 76.00
76%
FC Bayern MunchenGermany
FC Bayern München
25/33 76.00
76%
Aston VillaEngland
Aston Villa
28/38 74.00
74%
Real SociedadSpain
Real Sociedad
27/37 73.00
73%
Atletico MadridSpain
Atlético Madrid
27/37 73.00
73%
Olympique MarseilleFrance
Olympique Marseille
24/33 73.00
73%
Eintracht FrankfurtGermany
Eintracht Frankfurt
24/33 73.00
73%
NiceFrance
Nice
24/33 73.00
73%
TorinoItaly
Torino
27/38 71.00
71%
AtalantaItaly
Atalanta
27/38 71.00
71%
ChelseaEngland
Chelsea
27/38 71.00
71%
NapoliItaly
Napoli
27/38 71.00
71%
RomaItaly
Roma
27/38 71.00
71%
Tottenham HotspurEngland
Tottenham Hotspur
26/38 68.00
68%
FiorentinaItaly
Fiorentina
26/38 68.00
68%
VillarrealSpain
Villarreal
25/37 68.00
68%
HeidenheimGermany
Heidenheim
22/33 67.00
67%
LensFrance
Lens
22/33 67.00
67%
RennesFrance
Rennes
22/33 67.00
67%
LazioItaly
Lazio
25/38 66.00
66%
UdineseItaly
Udinese
25/38 66.00
66%
GenoaItaly
Genoa
25/38 66.00
66%
ReimsFrance
Reims
21/33 64.00
64%
Newcastle UnitedEngland
Newcastle United
24/38 63.00
63%
West Ham UnitedEngland
West Ham United
24/38 63.00
63%
MallorcaSpain
Mallorca
24/38 63.00
63%
Manchester UnitedEngland
Manchester United
24/38 63.00
63%
Brighton & Hove AlbionEngland
Brighton & Hove Albion
24/38 63.00
63%
MontpellierFrance
Montpellier
20/32 63.00
63%
ValenciaSpain
Valencia
23/37 62.00
62%
MonzaItaly
Monza
23/38 61.00
61%
Crystal PalaceEngland
Crystal Palace
23/38 61.00
61%
Olympique LyonnaisFrance
Olympique Lyonnais
20/33 61.00
61%
SC FreiburgGermany
SC Freiburg
20/33 61.00
61%
FSV Mainz 05Germany
FSV Mainz 05
20/33 61.00
61%
ToulouseFrance
Toulouse
20/33 61.00
61%
Rayo VallecanoSpain
Rayo Vallecano
22/37 59.00
59%
GetafeSpain
Getafe
22/37 59.00
59%
Deportivo AlavesSpain
Deportivo Alavés
22/37 59.00
59%
LecceItaly
Lecce
22/38 58.00
58%
AFC BournemouthEngland
AFC Bournemouth
22/38 58.00
58%
EvertonEngland
Everton
22/38 58.00
58%
Werder BremenGermany
Werder Bremen
19/33 58.00
58%
Borussia MonchengladbachGermany
Borussia Mönchengladbach
19/33 58.00
58%
TSG HoffenheimGermany
TSG Hoffenheim
19/33 58.00
58%
Celta de VigoSpain
Celta de Vigo
21/37 57.00
57%
StrasbourgFrance
Strasbourg
19/34 56.00
56%
FulhamEngland
Fulham
21/38 55.00
55%
CadizSpain
Cádiz
21/38 55.00
55%
FC AugsburgGermany
FC Augsburg
18/33 55.00
55%
VfL Bochum 1848Germany
VfL Bochum 1848
18/33 55.00
55%
SevillaSpain
Sevilla
20/37 54.00
54%
OsasunaSpain
Osasuna
20/37 54.00
54%
CagliariItaly
Cagliari
20/38 53.00
53%
Wolverhampton WanderersEngland
Wolverhampton Wanderers
20/38 53.00
53%
Hellas VeronaItaly
Hellas Verona
20/38 53.00
53%
Le HavreFrance
Le Havre
17/33 52.00
52%
VfL WolfsburgGermany
VfL Wolfsburg
17/33 52.00
52%
Las PalmasSpain
Las Palmas
19/37 51.00
51%
FrosinoneItaly
Frosinone
19/38 50.00
50%
BrentfordEngland
Brentford
19/38 50.00
50%
FC KolnGermany
FC Köln
16/33 48.00
48%
Nottingham ForestEngland
Nottingham Forest
18/38 47.00
47%
EmpoliItaly
Empoli
18/38 47.00
47%
NantesFrance
Nantes
15/33 45.00
45%
FC Union BerlinGermany
FC Union Berlin
15/33 45.00
45%
LorientFrance
Lorient
15/33 45.00
45%
SassuoloItaly
Sassuolo
16/38 42.00
42%
AlmeriaSpain
Almería
15/37 41.00
41%
ClermontFrance
Clermont
13/32 41.00
41%
Luton TownEngland
Luton Town
14/38 37.00
37%
BurnleyEngland
Burnley
14/38 37.00
37%
MetzFrance
Metz
12/33 36.00
36%
SalernitanaItaly
Salernitana
13/38 34.00
34%
GranadaSpain
Granada
11/36 31.00
31%
Darmstadt 98Germany
Darmstadt 98
10/33 30.00
30%
Sheffield UnitedEngland
Sheffield United
10/38 26.00
26%
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With traditional 3-way football betting, punters have a 33.3% shot at getting a winning wager, by backing a Home Team win (1), Away Team win (2) or a Draw (X). However, this is exactly where a Double Chance Bet kicks into action and gives you the opportunity to double the shot. Think about it: how does a 66.6% shot at getting a winning wager sound?

This is precisely what a Double Chance bet is all about: the flexibility to cover two possible outcomes (from a total of 3) with one stake.

While the odds are lower as compared to a traditional 3-way wager – Full Time Result, for instance – it is a popular bet type that multiple bookmakers offer. The reason for its prevalence and traction is that a punter can bet in this market regardless of whether he backs the underdog or clear favourites.

Know your Full Time Result betting stats, best tips and strategies.

Double Chance

When betting outright on a football match, you have three possible outcomes. You can back a home team victory, the visitors pulling off a win, or the game to end with level scores. But with a Double Chance Bet, you enhance the likelihood of winnings by combining two of the three results into a single bet.

‘Home’ team win and draw (1X)

Your bet comes through only if the hosts win the match or it ends in a draw. You lose your bet if the visiting side wins.

Draw and ‘Away’ team win (X2)

Your bet comes through only if the visitors win or the game ends in a draw. You lose the bet in case the home team wins.

‘Home’ team win and ‘Away’ team win (12)

Your bet comes through if either the hosts or visitors pull off a win. You lose the bet if the match ends in a draw.

Let us put Double Chance Bet into practice and see how it works:

Consider a match where Liverpool is taking on Bayern Munich at Anfield. That makes Liverpool the home team (1), of course. If you were to place a Double Chance wager, you’d have the following three outcomes:

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    Liverpool win and draw (1X): You win the bet should Liverpool win or draw the match

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    Draw and Bayern Munich (X2): You win the bet should Bayern Munich win or draw the match

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    Liverpool win and Bayern Munich win (12): You win the bet should either Liverpool or Bayern Munich win

Double Chance Bet Odds

With this type of bet, you give yourself a better shot at winning. Also, it is less risky vis-à-vis more complex markets. Stated below are the upsides of Double Chance Betting:

Higher odds of winning

This is simple. Unlike a traditional 3-way wager that warrants you to select only one outcome, a Double Chance Bet rolls two distinct outcomes into a single bet. Importantly, it is a prevalent bet type offered by scores of bookmakers.

Low-risk betting

Double Chance Betting strategy is relatively low-risk vis-à-vis other bet types. You can either back favourite/draw or home/away, depending on your reading of the game. The provision to back a ‘two-outcome’ possibility lends the wager security by taking much of the volatility out of the equation. You are good as long as the team you have backed avoids defeat.

Profitable betting if match is of equals

In an evenly-matched contest, it is usually difficult to pick an outright favourite. What it means, for instance, is that while the hosts have had an impenetrable defence, strikers from the rival camp have been right on their money. In a scenario like this, Double Chance Betting can be a functional strategy, particularly if the teams are playing their last league fixture and would want to finish on a high.

If you are ruling out a level finish, you can back the ‘Home win/Away win’ selection. Alternatively, if you think the hosts would get the three points, thanks to the unnerving crowd support, you can back a ‘home win/draw’ (1X) outcome.

High-value bet if you are backing the underdog

If sports were to be a person, football would’ve personified volatility. Few sports can be as tense and hair-raising as football, and a sensible punter will know better than to rule out the underdogs in a game. For example, a strong outfit may be visiting an apparently weaker side, and you might think that the visitors would have it easy.

However, factors like jet lag, an unfamiliar ground and strong home support come into play, overwhelming the seemingly stronger side. At the end of it, the hosts might pull off an upset. This is where Double Chance Betting can come in handy, considering odds on the underdogs are likely to be significantly higher as compared to the favourites.

Think about Watford taking on Liverpool away from home. Here, the ‘dual outcome’ coverage of this type of bet can be comforting, particularly if you aren’t very sure about Watford’s ability to pull off a victory from the Reds who have been in awe-inspiring form and playing at their fortress.

With a Double Chance Bet on the visitors, you will be opening up your chances, considering you don’t have to bother with Watford winning the match. Your bet comes through even if they bag a point through a realistic draw.

Betting

The odds will be lower as compared to a Correct Score bet, for instance; considering you can back two possible outcomes with a single stake. However, this isn’t a rule of thumb. Punters regularly enjoy big profits here as the increased probability of a winning bet outweighs the lower odds on offer.

Also, if you are supporting the runaway favourites in a game, the Double Chance Betting strategy may not be the best option. That’s because the odds on a lopsided contest will be significantly lower. That being said, it is an excellent bet if you are wagering on the underdog or a match of equals.

Research is the key; otherwise, even the most effective strategies can sink your bet. That being said, stated below are some of the more functional Double Chance Betting tips that can help to better your chances in the market:

Check form of both teams

This bet type is tailored for situations where both the teams have had mixed results in the recent past. You can back the Home win/Away win (12) selection in case you are not certain of the outcome and think that the match could be a tight contest with slim chances of a draw.

Who are the favourites?

This is simple; probe into the teams’ form, their recent head-to-head encounters, and standings in the table. Once you have established the stronger side, you can back either the home win/draw or draw/away win selection. Remember that the hosts usually have an edge over the visitors, thanks to their familiarity with the turf, crowd support and prolonged practice sessions.

Conversely, you can also back the underdogs for the higher odds riding on them. In this case, the (12) selection can bring in the money, particularly if you believe a draw is a remote possibility.

Choose matches that are challenging to call

As discussed, odds in this market are likely to float on the lower side. It means that chances are your pay-out would be relatively small. While any profit is good profit, try to bet on a game of equals if you want formidable winnings. That’s precisely because these matches tend to have more lucrative odds as compared to the ones with strong favourites.

You must know what odds to expect for it will help you understand whether a bookmaker is offering the best bang for your buck. Here are the formulae:

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    Home team -> A

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    Away team -> B

Odds on ‘A and draw’ (1X)

(Odds of A x odds of draw) / (Odds of A + odds of draw)

Odds on ‘B and draw’ (X2)

(Odds of B x odds of draw) / (Odds of B + odds of draw)

Odds on ‘A and B’ (12)

(Odds of A x odds of B) / (Odds of A + odds of B)

If this market doesn’t delight you, you can turn to the following alternatives:

Draw No Bet

This market offers an extra cover against losing. That’s because should the match end in a draw, you get your full stake back – meaning you neither win nor lose the bet. Simply put, Draw No Bet takes the ‘draw’ option out of a 3-way wager. You only back a Home win or an Away win, something that cushions you in case of level scores.

To know how and when Draw No Bet works and the advantages of betting in this market read our full guide.

Asian Handicap

This bet type puts the stronger team at a disadvantage at the onset of the match, by half or one-and-a- half goals, for instance. This way, the underdogs enjoy a ‘virtual’ head start going into the game, and you have more security for your wager in case you are betting on the weaker outfit.

Similar to Draw No Bet, Asian Handicap also does away with the possibility of a draw.

To know about Asian Handicap Betting, its various lines, and the bookmakers who offer this bet type, read our full guide.

Given the lower degree of volatility, Double Chance Betting is undoubtedly a good option for punters. In fact, some wonder why it isn’t more popular already! It is an advantageous bet type for both high rollers and risk-averse punters. Your wager is typically low-risk here while ‘doubling’ the likelihood of winnings — just the ideal combination to rake in the moolah and aim long-term profits.

This bet serves well for evenly-matched contests that you think would go right down to the wire or if you want to wager on the underdogs. In all fairness, Double Chance Betting strategy is a prudent alternative as long as the sport involves three distinct outcomes.

To begin with, shop for the best odds to enhance your chances. Make sure you aren’t banding with the first bookmaker that you see. Secondly, heed the stats before jumping right in. Statistics hold a rear-view mirror so that you can learn from what has already unfolded in the past. Also, use free bets and betting sign up offers to your advantage.

Find the best betting promos and offers.

Lastly, read our comprehensive bookie reviews. The objective of this exercise is to understand their multiple offerings and gauge whether the bookmaker offers you the best value for your hard-earned money. You can also check out our detailed article on Betting Terms & Definitions

This low-risk bet type allows you to combine two possible results of a match into a single bet. That is, you can back two distinct outcomes (Home win and Draw, Away win and Draw, or Home win and Away win) with a single stake. This increases your chances of winnings. However, the odds on this bet are usually lower than other conventional markets.

The following outcomes are possible: 1X: You can back the home team and a draw (you lose your bet if the visitors win) X2: You can back a draw and the Away team (you lose your bet if the hosts win) 12: You can back both the Home and Away team (you lose your bet if the scores are level)

For starters, you have extra security for your wager as you can back two possible outcomes (out of three). It is a good strategy for betting on the weaker team; considering you have higher odds and not require the underdogs to win and pull off an upset against a seemingly stronger side (you win your bet even if the match finishes level).

Some think Double Chance Betting cannot earn one handsome winnings, considering the odds are lower. However, this isn’t true. The increased probability of your bet coming through often makes up for the odds. All you have to be is patient, look for the best odds and pay attention to the statistics before betting.

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