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Learn about the rules of American football betting (Part 2)

Scorer hits touchdown area

Predict whether the player who is betting will score a touchdown during 80 minutes of play.

If a player is betting on a match before all goals are scored, all bets will be considered valid.

If a player is betting not to take part in the match, all bets will be void.

If a match is interrupted halfway after a player has scored a touchdown, all bets on the touchdown scorer’s bets will still count.

The team that scored the first touchdown penalty area

Predict the team to score the first touchdown.

Goals from free kicks will not count. If there is a goal from the free kick then the next goal is counted as valid.

If a match is interrupted halfway after a goal is scored, all bets on the team that scored the first touchdown will still be valid.

If a match is interrupted halfway when no team scores a touchdown, all bets on the team that first touchdown will be void.

If there is no team scoring a touchdown during 80 minutes of play and stoppage time, all bets on the touchdown scoring team will be void.

The team that touches the penalty area touches the final touchdown area

Predict the team to score the first touchdown

Goals from free kicks will not count. If there is a goal from the free kick then the next goal is counted as valid.

If a match is interrupted halfway, all bets on the team that touchdown will eventually be void.

If a team does not have a team scoring the touchdown during 80 minutes of play and stoppage time, all bets on the team that touchdown will eventually be void.

The team scored the first goal

Predict the team to score the first goal in the match (including free kick goals).

If a match is interrupted halfway after a team has scored, all bets on the team scoring the first goal will still count.

If a match is interrupted halfway when no team scores a goal, all bets on the team to score the first goal will be void.

If a team does not score a goal within 80 minutes of play and the injury time is interrupted, all bets on the team scoring the first goal will be void.

The difference between the rules of rugby and American football

In the article below, we will learn about the basic differences in the rules of American football and rugby. Let’s check out!

American football

Each team has 11 players on the field at the same time, with unlimited substitutions. Each team gets three breaks in each half. Play begins with a kickoff. Two teams line up to each other; they often line up another game from scrimmage.

Players receive can run with the ball or can pass it. Each team must move the ball at least 10 yards within 4 times. If they do not do so, the other team has a chance. If they succeed, they get 4 new attempts to move the ball further than 10 meters. The main goal is to score points by placing an oval-shaped ball into the bottom area of ​​the opposing team.

Rugby

A rugby team consists of 15 players, divided into strikers and back. Strikers are usually the bigger and stronger players of the team who have their main job to gain possession of the ball. The back is usually smaller, faster and more agile and the ball property extraction.

The match started with a kick and the teams vied for ownership. The player of the receiving team can run with the ball, or kick it, or pass it to any other player later or behind him. Opposite players can tackle the bearer at any time. Unlike tackles, scrutiny, ducks, mauls, and lineups, no other contact is allowed. Even dangerous tackles are not allowed and are punished severely.

After settlement, the player must drop the ball immediately to play to continue. When a team has crossed the opponent’s finish line and touches the ball to the ground, an attempt is scored (five points). After each attempt, the scoring team has the opportunity to record two more points with a conversion.