What is 90 Minute Betting?

The Full Time 90MIN market is where you bet on what the result will be at the end of the full 90 minutes when the referee blows the final whistle.
If Man Utd are playing at home against Chelsea, in this market you have three options to bet on:

To Win (90 Min)
MAN UTD (HOME WIN)
CHELSEA (AWAY WIN) 
DRAW

Please note that the 90 minutes includes the referee’s optional extra time – also known as ‘injury time’ or ‘stoppage time’.

The FULL TIME 90MIN market however does NOT include extra time, or penalties!

For example, if the score 0-0 at 90 minutes, and the referee says there are 4 minutes of ‘injury time.’  If Chelsea score in the 92nd minute, and at the end of the 4 minutes of injury time the score is still 1-0 – Chelsea will be the winner in this market.  It will not be a draw, as the referee had not yet blown the final whistle.

Remember that ‘injury time’ is there to make up for injuries that have stopped play throughout the game.  Therefore the injury time is there to complete the full 90 minutes of play in a match.

Note that in Cup games, the draw is still a result at the end of 90 minutes.  Even if the game is moved to extra time and penalties, if the score is 0-0 when the referee blows the whistle at the end of 90 minutes, the result for this market will be a draw.

In order to bet on who will win the penalty shootout, or at the end of extra time, you will bet on the market “To Lift The Cup” or “To Qualify For Next Round.”  The odds here will be shorter, as it takes out the option of the Draw.

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