The price of total minutes of extra-time played is set at 6-7 so, with the result certain to be zero or the full 30, buyers would benefit massively from a stalemate after 90 minutes.
The first Arsenal extra-time goal is trading at 24.75-25.25 minutes. This market will make up zero if the match doesn’t go to extra-time, or if Arsenal fail to score in the extra 30 minutes. However, if the Gunners managed to net in the 14th minute of the opening period of extra-time this would make up 104.
With total goal minutes in extra-time pitched at 24-28, a late goal – or two really late on – could lead to huge earnings, while you know that your downside is 28 times your stake if the match doesn’t go to extra-time, or there is no goal in added period.
So, if you think Villa will really make Arsenal work to retain the Cup, the extra-time spread betting market is certainly worth a look.
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