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Frequently Asked Questions
How do you win a clean sheet bet?
To win a clean sheet bet, the team you back mustn't concede any goals. For instance, if you back Southampton to keep a clean sheet in the match against Leicester, you predict that Leicester won't score a goal.
Do draws count as clean sheets?
A draw counts as a clean sheet only if the match ends 0-0 and both teams fail to score. All other draws (1-1, 2-2, 3-3) are not clean sheets.
Why is it called a clean sheet when no goals are scored against teams?
In the past, reporters would write goals scored against teams on a piece of paper. So, if no goals were scored against your team, your sheet was clean, hence the name.
What is the difference between BTTS: No bet and clean sheet wagers?
When you bet on Both Teams to Score: No, you win if both or one of the teams doesn't score. However, when betting on clean sheets, you have to specify which team won't concede a goal.
How to find the best clean sheet odds?
To find the best clean sheet odds, play at reputable bookmakers that operate with small margins. The betting sites we feature here at Betpack are a great place to start.