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Trades placed on football matches are, unless declared otherwise, contingent on the 90 minutes of play and subsequent injury time and do not include additional halves of extra time. Markets relating to extra time may be activated at the end of the 90 minutes and injury time. Trades placed on the amount of time placed before the first goal is scored will, in the case of a goalless draw, or of the goal first goal being scored in second half injury time, are settled at 90 minutes. Trades placed on the time of the last goal, in the event of a goalless draw, will be settled at zero minutes. In the event of a venue for a match being changed, all trades are valid once the new venue does not belong to either participating team, in which case all trades on this specific game will be considered void regardless if they are open or closed.
When a trade relates to the combination of the shirt numbers from the goal scorers in a match or matches: (i)The shirt number from the scorer of an own goal is counted toward whichever side is credited with the goal (ii)If there is a high degree of uncertainty concerning the identity of a goalscorer the opinion of the broadcasting TV station will be considered correct. Rule 5 of the Sports Spread Betting Rules will apply in the event of any major disagreement over the identity of a specific goalscorer. (iii)The shirt number worn by a player at the start of a game (or a substitute entering the game) will be the number allocated to that player for the entire match. (iv)If when a player first enters the field of play and possess no shirt, they will be automatically allocated number 12.
Rule 5 of the Sports Spread Betting Rules will apply to any proportion of doubt relating to all in-running markets concerning total corners or special markets for that match .( Otherwise where specifically provided )
Settlement of markets relating to the time of a particular goal, yellow or red card, corner or any other event in a specific match will be calculated using the data from the TV station showing the match. Rule 5 of the Sports Spread Betting Rules will apply in the event of any major disagreement over the timing of a particular goal, yellow or red card, corner or any other event in a specific match.
When settling markets relating to yellow and red cards in a specific football match, SportsSpread will use SportsSpread Rule 5 to determine the final result. If a market is provisionally settled and the final result differs from the provisional result, settlement can be retrospectively changed to reflect the accurate official result. Any trade that has been taken on the basis of incorrect information relating to a specific match, the trade can be altered to reflect the actual accurate information pertaining to the specific match. A player, who has been shown two yellows card and consequently receives a red card, will be deemed to have been shown one yellow card and one red card. Any bookings in a specific match only apply to the 90 minutes and injury time. Any bookings which occur during extra time of any specific football match will always be considered separate to any bookings which occurred in 90 minutes or injury time. Yellow or red cards which are shown to substitutes or managers do not apply to any booking which occur on the field of play. Yellow or red cards which are given out after the final whistle are automatically disregarded when settling markets relating to yellow and red cards. Yellow or red cards which are overturned or reduced after a specific match, do not affect the final settlement of any markets relating to yellow or red cards in any specific game. Yellow and red cards markets that involve the timing of bookings will be settled using the Rule 6 of the SportsSpread Rules.
If SportsSpread quotes a team performance index, it is comprised of the elements relating to Specific Football Matches, Total Corners and Special Markets, Time Markets and Yellow and Red Cards (Player Bookings).
Own goals are not applicable when settling player goal minutes markets. Unless otherwise stated, a player must start a game for bets to stand. Rule 5 of the Sports Spread Betting Rules will apply in the event of any major disagreement over the identity of a specific goalscorer.
Markets which specify the total number of goals or bookings which will occur in a competition or tournament, extra time will be disregarded.
All trades relating to final tally of points within any division will be settled on the points won on the pitch irrespective of point deductions. Final league tables will be used to settle Championship and Relegation indices.