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Moneyline – most soccer wagering happens on three-way odds, meaning you can pick Team A to win, Team B to win or for the game to end in a draw (or tie). So in an upcoming World Cup or English Premiership game, you may see:

England +120
USA +270
Draw +195

It means $10 risked on England would pay out $12; $10 on USA 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.

Futures – similar to other sports, soccer futures allow you bet early on which team you think will win the World Cup or the German Bundesliga. The top teams will have shorter odds of 2/1 or 3/1, while the longshots may be 50/1 or 500/1. These odds change during the season as teams perform well, perform poorly, suffer injuries etc.

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