Definition of Group Qualification Yes/No



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What does the term "group qualification Yes/No" mean in the world of football betting? What is meant by "Group qualification yes/no"?

The "group qualification yes/no" line is very simple - you are just betting on whether or not a team will move through the group stage to the next round.

How does a bet Group Qualification Yes/No work?  When is it used?  In photo: Sadio Mane - Senegal football national team.For instance, a "group qualification yes/no" line might look like this:

Senegal

Yes, 1.85
No, 2.20

So, if you believe that Senegal will move through the group stage to the Round of 16, you'd want to take the "Yes" side at 1.85.

If, on the other hand, you think that Senegal will not make it through the Group Stage, you'd want to take the No side.

A successful $100 bet on the Yes side would produce a total profit of $85, while a successful $100 bet on the No side would produce a total profit of $120.

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The "group qualification yes/no" can apply to a number of different football tournaments, including Champions League or the World Cup, to name a few.