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In the line you can find quite original options. Preparing to place a bet on a soccer meeting, you may come across an offer to bet on such an option as "Both to Score". It can also be denoted by a concise acronym "BS". Its meaning is clear: the player is betting whether the ball will be in the goal of both teams.
So these options are denoted in the lines - "BS - yes", "BS - no. If you choose the first option, then in order for the bet to Pari-Match "go", it is necessary that during the selected match both teams scored at least once each. This is the difference between totals and individual totals. At a minimum, the player will be satisfied with a 1-1 draw, and there you can expect 2-1, and 1-3, and so on. In contrast, if you bet on "no", then the bet is considered "played" if at least 1 of the opponents during the game and did not score once. The list of options is very wide, from zero draw (which often has a separate sentence as "nobody scores" and with good odds), and a minimum victory (1-0 in any favor), and any defeat. The main thing is to keep it "dry".
First of all, note that this option is actually only for soccer, a popular sport. It is impossible to imagine a tennis, basketball or even volleyball game being won "dry". Yes, it also happens in hockey, but the best goalies in a full season in the NHL and KHL, which means dozens of meetings, have up to 10 "shutouts," that is, meetings without a missed shot. But in the "game of millions," that happens relatively often. And the proposal with the "both scored" can be found in relation to any match. As a rule, you should go to the "Goals" section.
Knowing your opponents' style will help. If it is a team that plays by the old principle of "score as many as you can - we will score as many as we want," then it is worth stopping at the "yes" option in this line. When playing "closed" teams, such as Atlético Madrid or Chelsea under Thomas Tuchel, who pragmatically play with an eye on their own goal, the answer is often no. Also, the goalkeeper of a clear favorite leaves the field with a "wedge-shit" after a match with a deaf outsider. For example, if there is a game between Italy and San Marino, it is extremely difficult to expect goals from the latter. But also the odds will not be so nice for such matches.