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Both teams to score in both halves

To win at a 'both teams to score in both halves' in football, you have 45 minutes of the first half and 45 minutes of the second half, plus any extra time, come the final whistle.

In football, the term both teams to score in both halves bet requires the game to finish atleast 1-1 in the first half, then 2-2 in the second half, minimum. All goals scored after has no baring on the bet outcome, as long as both teams score one goal each in both halves.

If either team does not score one goal in 45 minutes plus any extra time, you've lost the bet, and this does not include added time you get in cup competitions.

Only extra time you get in all football matches for the first and second half.

Universal rule for both teams to score in both halves in a football match refers to first and second half 45 minute rule only, with extra time still allowable.

For both teams to score on the 'both teams to score in both halves' bet the minimum score would finish at 1-1 in the first half, then 2-2 in the second.

If the game finishes 1-0 for either team in the first 45 minutes, then you've lost the bet before the second half begins.

Well 1-1 is the minimum score for the first half result, all scores above for the home or away team can be anything; 1-2, 3-4, 4-1 - you get the picture.

Come the full 90 minutes with any extra time, the result should be 4 goals in total or more.

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