With the World Cup already 26 games deep, we at news.bwin.com/en/ thought it was high time the legions of goal-time punters got the 411 on the most profitable periods to bet on goals being scored in Brazil.
The number crunching is done and thus far those hairy periods between 30 minutes and the half-time whistle and their second-half equivalents are heavy dealers in the international goals trade.
Ten of the 26 matches have feature strikes between 30 minutes and the interval, with a total of 13 being registered.
Meanwhile goals between 75 minutes and the final whistle have illuminated 12 of the ties to the total tune of 15 nettings.
With the impending halts in play ratcheting up the tension their propensity for provision is understandable.
Yet, both are placed firmly in the shade by the tinder timeslot between the hour mark and 75 minutes.
Half of the contests witnessed so far have seen the net bulge in the fifth quarter hour, with a whopping 20 goals fired in before the referee’s Casio shows 75:01.
When it comes to today’s bill of fare, over 0.5 goals in the 60:01-75:00 slot can be backed in the Argentina v Iran and Nigeria v Bosnia Herzegovina clashes:
It’s 11/10 that the afternoon tussle between South America and Asia features a strike in the timeframe.
For the 23:00 duel the bwin layers go longer, with victorious punters rewarded at a rate of 29/20.
The latter looks the tastier of the two as well, thanks to Cuiaba’s Arena Pantanal being it’s backdrop.
Russia’s Group H stalemate with South Korea at the Stadium featured a brace in the period during the World Cup’s most recent visit to central Brazil.
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