# Football each way betting

Found 19th Feb 2011

If you bet tevez for top goalscorer at 11/10 you would win 21 pound from a 10 pound bet.

If you did 10 pound each way, and he came first, how much would you win? And how much would you win if he came 2nd?

If you did 10 pound each way, and he came first, how much would you win? And how much would you win if he came 2nd?

I don't think that is correct, is it?

Anyway, i'm asking how much i'd win each way for

top goalscorer.So if he scores first and you have it on at £10 each way you'd get £10 on the win and a quarter of the odds for the other £10 on the each way plus your £20 back?

Altho I'm no mega sure, I'm going on the way each way on horse betting goes lol.

if does work on 1/4 yes.

example..

A punter bets £5 on Everton winning the Premier League at odds of 12/1, and then checks the E/W box on the betting slip. This Each Way selection automatically places two separate £5 bets for a total stake of £10.

The original £5 is staked on Everton winning the league at 12/1 odds (bet #1). The other £5 is staked at odds of 3/1 (12/1 x ¼) on Everton finishing the Premiership placed (bet #2).

If Everton wins the Premier League both bets will pay out. Therefore the punter will earn 5 x 12 (bet #1) + 5 x 3 (bet #2) +10 (the total stake) for a total return of £85.

If Everton finishes the season in 3rd place, only the second bet will pay out. This means the punter will earn 5 x 3 (bet #2) + 5 (the winning stake) – 5 (the losing stake) for a total return of £15.

Thats not right mate. If a player that you have an each way first scorer bet scores the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd goal in the match then you will get up to half the odds back.

Some bookmakers will actually pay back 1/3 of the odds but you will get paid if they score at anytime in the match.

Basically it varies from bookmaker to bookmaker, but whatever the rules of each individual bookies, it doesn't matter what team scores first.

So each way for top you'd get £21 for one of your £10s and what about £3ish for the each way plus your £10 each way so for £20 bet you'd get back £34ish I think lol.

And if you only get the each way then for your £20 you'd get back £13ish.

Really? i never knew that. i was told (by a bookmaker) the player selected would still have to score first for his team!

its any time i'm sure for each way for first goalscorer

Well yes I would think so because each way means your bet is split, half on the win and half on a place, so if you put £10 on each way and he only places then you lose the £10 that is on the win right away.

Yep thats what i was told anyway.

even if he's not first in the game its gotta be first for his own team.[/quoteNope, your not betting on the outcome of what team scores. You are betting on the outcome of the first goal out of the 22 players on the pitch. It doesn't matter what one of them 22 score first, if you have an each way bet you will still get paid each way if your player scores the 2nd or 3rd goal (but as I say can vary between bookmakers)

Each-Way first goalscorer

All each-way first goalscorer bets will be settled at one third of the odds on the first, second, third, fourth and fifth goals only. Bets are settled on a player to score within 90 minutes, extra time does not count.

If less than five goals are scored then settlement will be based on the actual goals scored. Where no goals are scored all each-way bets will be losers. When a player scores the first goal, both the win and place part are successful and the bet will be settled at the full win odds and third the odds for a place.

If the same player subsequently scores the second, third, fourth and fifth goals no additional winnings will be paid.

When a player scores the 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th goal the place part of the bet is successful. If the same player scores the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th goals, no additional winnings will be paid.

Where a selection does not take part, or comes on after the first goal is scored both the win and place parts will be void. Own goals will be ignored for settlement purposes.

Each-Way bets on players that are substituted or sent off before the first goal is scored are losers.

Thats probably the best advice, lol