What Does Under 11.5 Corners Mean?

Have you ever wondered what does a bet of Under 11.5 Corners mean? It means there needs to be 11 or less corners in the match for your bet to be a winner. It is a 90 minutes only bet, so extra time in cup matches is not included.

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Under 11.5 Corners Betting Explained

  • There’s a quiet looking match between Wolves and Watford taking place at the weekend, and as a result you place a bet on under 11.5 corners. You are right, and both sides cancel each other out, meaning there is only 6 corners in the match and your bet on under 11.5 corners wins.
  • Man Utd are playing Liverpool at home in the Premier League. You are expecting a tight match, so you back under 11.5 corners. It ended up as one of those end to end matches, and there was 13 corners in total, meaning your bet loses.

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Football Betting Explained

Bookmakers can have well over 100 different markets on a given football match. These can be markets on corners, goals, yellow cards, even shirt numbers. There is probably a market for everyone, especially on a Premier League match.

Here we are focusing more on the more popular betting markets, such as match winner betting, over/under 2.5 goals, both teams to score, etc.

We have put together a brief guide below, but please feel free to click on the relevant page for more information, as well as example bets on the selected markets.

  • Match Winner Betting – Also known as Win//Draw/Win, Home/Draw/Away or 1X2, the match winner market is a bet on what you think the outcome of a match over 90 minutes will be. Home win, draw, or away win.
  • Both Teams To Score Betting – A bet on whether you think both teams will score or not. Bet on ‘Yes’ if you think both teams will score, or ‘No’ if you think they won’t. Also known as BTTS.
  • First Goalscorer Betting – This is a pretty simple bet, you just back the player who you think will score first. This bet usually has pretty decent odds.
  • Anytime Goalscorer Betting – A bet on a player to score anytime in the match. It doesn’t matter if your selected player scores first or last, as long as the player scores, the bet is a winner.
  • Over/Under 2.5 Goals – Another popular football betting market. A bet on over 2.5 goals is a bet on there being 3 goals or more scored. A bet on Under 2.5 goals is a bet on there being 0, 1, or 2 goals scored in the match.