SC Freiburg vs VFB Stuttgart - Half-time/Full-time Odds Comparison

German Bundesliga, Date: Friday November 28, 2014, Time: 19:30 GMT

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SC Freiburg vs. VFB Stuttgart - Half-time/Full-time Odds Comparison
Implied
Probability
Average Odds Best Odds Fair Odds Expected
Value
Stake to
Return $100
SC Freiburg/SC Freiburg 22.7% 3.72 7.00 4.41 $ 158.79 $ 14.29
SC Freiburg/Draw 6.4% 13.2 17 15.64 $ 108.68 $ 5.88
SC Freiburg/VFB Stuttgart 3.1% 26.9 32 31.88 $ 100.39 $ 3.12
Draw/SC Freiburg 15.2% 5.54 6.00 6.57 $ 91.39 $ 16.67
Draw/Draw 15.8% 5.35 6.00 6.34 $ 94.64 $ 16.67
Draw/VFB Stuttgart 11.7% 7.22 7.50 8.56 $ 87.66 $ 13.33
VFB Stuttgart/SC Freiburg 3.8% 22.1 26 26.19 $ 99.28 $ 3.85
VFB Stuttgart/Draw 6.2% 13.6 17 16.12 $ 105.48 $ 5.88
VFB Stuttgart/VFB Stuttgart 15.1% 5.60 10 6.64 $ 150.69 $ 10.00
Payout Percentages: Best Odds 114.00%, Average Odds 84.39%, No Exchanges 111.50%
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Implied Probability The probability of winning the bet, calculated from the odds. WSN uses the fair odds to make this calculation, removing the influence of the bookmakers margin.
Average Odds The median odds available from all bookmakers on WSN. Does not include exchanges.
Best Odds The best odds available from all the bookmakers on WSN. Does not include exchanges.
Fair Odds The odds that bookmakers would use if they set their margin (also known as overround or vigorish) to zero. With these odds, the bookmakers would return 100% of the money risked on these bets.
Expected Value The expected return on a $100 bet on average over the long-term. The expected value is calculated from the best odds and implied probability.
Stake to Return $100 The wager size required to return $100. The wager size is calculated using the best odds.
Half-time/Full-time Description

Also commonly referred to as ‘Double Result’, one bet is placed on the results of the first half as well as the results of the entire match. Both predictions must be correct in order to win the bet. Example: A bet on ‘Draw/Arsenal’ means the bettor predicts the score will be tied after the first half, however Arsenal will win the match in the second half.