What Is win-draw-win On Paddy Power?

It is easy for football fans to feel confused about the different markets on betting sites.

With hundreds of betting options now widely available for a standard game in the Premier League, it is asking a lot for customers to understand how every single one of them works.

Here, we are going to be focusing on Paddy Power, which is among the top betting sites. One of the most basic markets for a typical football match – and for some other top sports as well – is win-draw-win. So exactly what does win-draw-win mean on Paddy Power? Let’s take a look.

What does win-draw-win mean on Paddy Power?

When checking out what does win-draw-win mean on Paddy Power it is worth giving a quick primer on how any type of betting market works.

It is essentially a type of guessing game, with sports fans having to try to predict what is going to happen when the action out there on the pitch gets underway.

Win-draw-win is usually displayed right at the top of a betting site for a specific game or match.

While football is the main sport where win-draw-win can be offered, this type of bet is also an option for some of the other main sports to bet on, such as cricket and rugby.

On Paddy Power, win-draw-win simply refers to the team that is the winner of the match.

The first win in win-draw-win refers to the team that is playing at home, with the latter win referring to the team that is playing away. Naturally, the draw is for the tie option.

How To Find The Win-Draw-Win Betting Market On Paddy Power

For explaining win-draw-win on Paddy Power, let’s use the example of a Premier League game between Chelsea and Liverpool that is being played at the Blues’ stadium, Stamford Bridge.

Win-draw-win markets would mean the options are as follows: Wolves win, draw, Brentford win.

The "Match Odds" or Win-Draw-Win option for football betting on Paddy Power
The “Match Odds” or Win-Draw-Win option for football betting on Paddy Power.

The teams will usually be labelled on win-draw-win markets on Paddy Power to make it as clear as possible to their customers what bets are offered.

But for the lower-profile events on some other betting sites, it is possible that win-draw-win markets will just be labelled Home Team, or perhaps Team A, or something similar.

Naturally, win-draw-win is a very popular option for accumulators. Sports fans can add a number of teams to their bet and have the chance to win a massive potential profit.

Other win-draw-win options at Paddy Power

As well as the basic match winner win-draw-win market, Paddy Power and other leading bookmakers use the same system for some other betting options as well.

For example, handicap betting also works on a win-draw-win system for betting odds.

Here, players just take the handicap offered into account when deciding which option they want to back from the win-draw-win options.

Obviously, draws are a more common outcome in football than in sports such as rugby. This is one of the reasons why win-draw-win options at Paddy Power will remain so popular.

Jamie Smith

I'm Jamie, a freelance writer based in Leeds but I'm originally from the correct side of the Pennines. I'm a sports obsessive, supporting Burnley FC and Lancashire's cricket team, but I'll watch just about anything (other than rugby and F1). I've been producing betting-related content for about a decade now and have specialised in this area for a couple of years. My aim is to use my knowledge and expertise from that experience to give clear, simple analysis of online betting for our readers.

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