Corners Per Game Under 7.5 - Both Teams Combined
The total corners per game under 7.5 per team, includes their's and their opponent's corners each game.
Under 7.5 corners per game explained
This is a corners per game market and includes both playing teams in the calculation. There has to be no more than 7 corners in the game for it to win and that doesn't matter if that's from both teams or just one team.
It's displayed as 7.5 because there has been some historical confusion over the interpretation because of other markets like 7 or less, which allows for an equals or lower than outcome. The under 7.5 market can not be mistaken in theory, we're not asking the punter to select an equal or under value, it's an under only value.
How to bet on under 7.5 corners
Most sportsbooks normally have this in a specific section labeled corners within the fixture betting page. It's not a massively popular market so isn't normally prominent in the main betting section in the first couple of blocks, so you have to go looking for it. Also certain bookies don't offer corner markets outside of the bigger leagues, so if you can't see it anywhere, its likely that its not on offer.
It's a yes or no bet, you find the fixture you want to bet on, find the under 7.5 section and you click yes or no to add the bet to your betting slip - select no to signify that you think the game will finish with less than 7.5 corners. Failing that you can normally find it in the modern bet builder functionality for those betting sites that have that available.
A risky bet that can be over quickly
We're not a fan of those bets that can lose before 90mins, you're out of the running early and it can ruin accas. The problem with an under bet is that eary corners can mean its over fairly quickly for you. If you like to bet for fun whilst watching a days fixtures on sports TV, then we advise picking results that can still be in with a chance running up to the end of the match.