Extra Time Markets

Extra time in relation to relevant rugby markets only is defined as any scheduled period of play between the end of the second half and the end of the match. Extra time does not include penalty shoot-outs. All extra time betting markets start from the beginning of extra time and ignore events in normal time. For example, if the game finishes 21-21 at the end of normal time, and there are 14 points scored in extra time, then the extra time total points market will be settled as 14.

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