Defining "GG" and "NG"

At Betano, GG and NG are terms commonly used in soccer (football) betting, to refer to specific betting outcomes related to both teams' scoring in a match. Here's what they mean:

GG (Both Teams to Score): GG stands for "Both Teams to Score." When you see GG as an option in a soccer betting market, it means you are betting on both teams to score a goal during the match. If both teams score at least one goal each, your bet will be a winner.

NG (No Goal/No Goal Scored): NG stands for "No Goal" or "No Goal Scored." When you see NG as an option in a soccer betting market, it means you are betting that neither team will score a goal during the match. If the match ends with a 0-0 draw or if only one team scores while the other team doesn't score at all, your bet will be a winner.

These betting options provide a simple way for bettors to wager on whether both teams will find the back of the net during the match or not. It adds an extra layer of excitement to soccer betting, especially when the match involves two attacking teams or two strong defensive teams. 

As with all types of bets, it's essential to understand the rules and terms of the specific GG and NG markets in Betano before placing your wagers. Each bookmaker may have slightly different variations and conditions for these types of bets, so it's always a good idea to check our Betting Rules | Betano for clarity.

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