Cross Matching Bets Explained
Cross Matching is a Betfair term used to offer back prices to the market as lay prices and vice versa. For example, in a tennis match, if one person wants to back player A at 1.50, then this is the same as laying player B at 3.0. Betfair therefore takes the 1.50 bet and shows it to the market as a 3.0 lay. This is to facilitate the betting process between backers and layers by offering more back and lay prices on the market screen.
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