HT/FT Football Predictions
HT/FT football Predictions - Our mathematical predictions
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What is a Half Time-Full Time Prediction of a football match?
Do you like to try and predict the result of a football match and not just the final score? Then half time-full time betting is for you!
Every day, SportyTrader offers you its best half time-full time predictions, with betting tips and the best odds on the market. So what exactly is a half-time full-time prediction? Well, it's simple.
A half time-full time prediction consists of predicting what the result will be at the end of the first half (home team wins, draw, or away team wins), and what the result will be at the end of the football match in question.
In other words, you bet on how the selected match will progress. This kind of betting has become increasingly popular with punters. In December 2023, half time/full time predictions are one of the most popular betting choices. You can see for yourself on our page dedicated to football predictions.
Half-time prediction & HT/FT prediction: what's the difference?
Sometimes, on sports betting sites or in specific sections, you may read "HT/FT prediction". you should be aware that this is simply an abbreviation of the term Half Time/Full Time. There’s no need to be confused as the two terms mean exactly the same thing in sports betting.
Half Time/Full Time football prediction, what are the choices?
There are 9 possible choices for half-time/full-time bets:
- Half time: 1 / Full time: 1
- Half Time: 2 / Full time: 2
- Half time: X /Full time: X
- Half time: X / Full time: 1
- Half time: X / Full time: 2
- Half time: 1 / Full time: X
- Half time: 2 / Full time: X
- Half time: 1 / Full time: 2
- Half time: 2 / Full time: 1
There are so many football matches available each day for you to be placing bets on whatever the time of day.
For more details on each possibility of the half-time/full-time prediction, here is a short explanation accompanied by a brief example for each possible outcome.
Half Time/Full Time 1/1 prediction (half time: home team wins / full time: home team wins)
HT/FT 1/1 is one of the most popular half-time and full-time bets. It consists of betting that the home team will be leading at half-time, as well as at the end of the match.
Example of a HT/FT 1/1 prediction
In a Manchester United-Liverpool match, if United are 2-0 up at half time and 2-1 ahead at the final whistle, your bet is a winner. That’s even though United lost the second half 1-0. It’s worth noting that the HT/FT 1/1 prediction is totally different from the ‘to win both halves’ market.
Half Time/Full Time 2/2 prediction (half time: away team wins / full time: away team wins)
Apart from 1/1, HT/FT 2/2 predictions are also very popular among football bettors. As you may have guessed, it involves predicting a score in favour of the visiting team at half-time, as well as at the end of the match.
Example of a HT/FT 2/2 prediction
In the Manchester United-Liverpool match, if Liverpool lead 1-0 at half-time and that’s still the score at full-time, your bet is a winning one.
Half Time/Full Time X/X prediction (half time: draw / full time: draw)
A HT/FT X/X prediction, (sometimes known as N/N), means that you expect a draw at half-time, as well as at the end of the match. The odds on this can be quite high, so it’s well worth a bet.
Example of a HT/FT X/X prediction
In the Manchester United-Liverpool match, if there is 0-0 at half-time then 2-2 at the end of the match, the X/X prediction is a winner.
Half Time/Full Time X/1 prediction (half time: draw / full time: home team wins)
The X/1 prediction consists of betting on a draw at half-time, followed by a win for the home team at the end of the match. It's not uncommon to see this being a regular winner every week in all the football leagues.
Example of a HT/FT X/1 prediction
In the Manchester United-Liverpool match, if the score is 1-1 at half-time and Manchester United eventually win the match 3-1, the X/1 prediction will be a winning one.
Half Time/Full Time X/1 prediction (half time: draw / full time: away team wins)
In terms of HT/FT betting, the X/2 prediction means that a draw is the result at half-time but the visiting team will win the match at the end of the second half.
Example of a HT/FT X/2 prediction
In the Manchester United-Liverpool match, if the score is 0-0 at half-time and Liverpool wins the match 0-3, the X/2 prediction you’ve made will be successful.
Half Time/Full Time 1/X prediction (half time: home team leads / full time: draw)
The 1/X prediction for Half Time Full Time bet means that the home team will lead at half-time, but at the end of the second half the game will finish in a draw.
Example of a HT/FT 1/X prediction
In the example we’re using. If Manchester United are 1-0 up at half-time but the score is 1-1 at full-time, the 1/X prediction is won.
Half Time/Full Time 2/X prediction (half time: away team leads / full time: draw)
As for the 2/X half-time/full-time bet, it will be won if the away team wins at half-time, but a draw is the result at the end of the second half.
Example of a HT/FT 2/X prediction
In the Manchester United-Liverpool match, if Liverpool are 2-0 up at half-time but the score is 2-2 at the end of the match, the 2/X prediction is the winner. This can often be a winner as the away team leads but is unable to hold onto that result.
Half Time/Full Time 1/2 prediction (half time: home team leads / full time: away team wins)
The penultimate possible outcome of the half-time/full-timebet, the 1/2 prediction means that the bettor predicts a score in favour of the home team at half-time, but that the away team will win the match in the end.
Example of a HT/FT 1/2 prediction
In the Manchester United-Liverpool match, if Manchester United are 2-1 up at half-time but Liverpool lead 3-2 at the end of the second half, the prediction 1/2 is a winning one. High odds can be received for this kind of prediction.
Half Time/Full Time 2/1 prediction (half time: away team leads / full time: home team wins)
Finally, the 2/1 prediction consists of betting that the visiting team will take the lead at half-time, only to be pegged back in the second half and eventually lose the match.
Example of a HT/FT 2/1 prediction
In the Manchester United-Liverpool match, if Liverpool are 1–0 up at half-time but Manchester United recover to win 2-1 at the end of the second half, the 2/1 bet is successful. This can often see very high odds on offer.
All in all, bookmakers offer nine half-time/full-time prediction options for all the football matches on offer. A range that gives free rein to your betting imagination.
Tomorrow’s half-time/full-time prediction: what are your predictions for the day's football?
On tomorrow's football predictions page on our site, you can access all the predictions of our football experts on the matches of the coming day. Among all the analyses on offer, it is not uncommon for our specialists to recommend HT/FT bets.
If you'd like to try your hand at half-time full-time betting on tomorrow's football matches, don't hesitate to read our detailed predictions. They should help you to shine at the various online bookmakers.
HT/FT predictions: how to make the right prediction?
There are a few things you need to do to make a successful half time/full time prediction. Here, according to our football experts, are the tips you absolutely must follow:
- Consult recent results
- Analyse the number of times the two teams have won at half-time
- Check the number of times the two clubs have lost after opening the scoring
- Note the ratio for each outcome of the bet since the start of the season
- Look at home and away performances
- Take into account any absentees
- Understand the psychological context of the match
By following these 7 best practices before betting with an online bookmaker, you should increase your chances of finding the right half-time prediction for the match you are interested in. You can also consult our experts' predictions at the top of this page.
What is the best site for betting on half-time/full-time of a football match?
For several years now, all sports betting sites have been offering a good range of half-time/full-time bets. When choosing which site to sign up to bet on this type of betting, we can only advise you to favour the bookmakers with the best rankings on our page dedicated to the best sites for betting on 2023.
Updated regularly, this ranking highlights the bookmakers with the best possible offer in terms of bets, particularly those relating to the half-time/full-time. You can therefore register with any of the bookmakers in our Top 5.
Check the HT/FT betting rules with your bookmaker
When it comes to half time/full time bets, note that there may be certain rules that vary from one bookmaker to another. As always, we therefore advise you to consult the betting rules of your site, which will enable you to avoid any disappointment in the event of misunderstanding.
As a general rule, however, note that there are no major differences in rules between the sports betting sites on this Half Time Full Time. Only minor subtleties may exist in rare cases. One key rule is that the HT/FT market does not include extra time.
In short: how can I make a reliable half-time/full-time football prediction (HT/FT football prediction)?
To get the most out of your half-time/full-time predictions, there are a number of guidelines to follow. As well as following the predictions of our professional tipsters, get into the habit of studying each match before you place your bet, and in particular the ratio observed for each outcome since the start of the sporting season. And for both clubs, of course.
When this study is carried out before each match, place your bet with one of the best-rated bookmakers of the moment, and wait to see if your bet proves to be a winner. As a general rule, the easiest HT/FT predictions to make are 1/1 and 2/2 in matches that appear to be unbalanced. Make a note of this for your bets.