What does +400 mean in odds?

What does +400 mean in odds?

The +400 for the Rams means that a bet on the Rams would pay 4 to 1. The -600 on the Vikings means that if you bet them, then you have to lay 6 to 1. Examples: A $100 on the Rams would win $400. A $600 bet on the Vikings would win $100.

What does +5.5 mean in odds?

That would be the point spread on the game. If a team is + 5.5 it means they are “getting” 5.5 points. If a bettor places a wager on the team + 5.5 than that team can’t lose by six points or more or the bettor will lose his bet. Oddsmaker will often add that .

What does +7 mean in odds?

The +7 means that team is “getting” seven points from their opponent. For example if the New York Jets are +7 against the New England Patriots than a bet on the Jets means you think the Jets will not lose by seven points, or more. If you’re right you win your wager. The -7 is just the opposite.

Where can I find odds for AFL matches?

Help for Odds Archive page: This page serves to display archive odds / historical odds of AFL which is sorted in Australia category of OddsPortal odds comparison service. Find out what chances and odds the teams had in historical matches, browse through historical odds archive of previous matches in AFL.

Where can I find historical AFL match results?

The AFL data set is provided in the Excel file (.xlsx) below. This data set dates back to June 19th 2009 (round 12). It provides historical match results along with bookmaker odds for those fixtures. – Play off game?

Is the AFL in a different time zone?

We have noticed that you may be located in a different time zone. You may want to change the time zone here to GMT -7 or click the time zone selector at the top right corner. Help for Odds Archive page: This page serves to display archive odds / historical odds of AFL which is sorted in Australia category of OddsPortal odds comparison service.

When do round 5 to 17 AFL matches come out?

The date and time of all round 5 to 17 matches are TBC and will be announced at a later date.