### Moneyline

The moneyline is the most popular football betting odds because it is the simplest form of betting. It is also the most straightforward way to make a profit from football betting. The moneyline odds are expressed as a fraction or a decimal. The fractional odds are the most common and are expressed as a ratio of the potential winnings to the stake. For example, if the moneyline odds are 2/1, then the bettor will win two times their stake if their bet is successful.

### Point Spread

The point spread is the second most popular football betting odds. This type of betting involves betting on the margin of victory. The point spread is expressed as a number of points. For example, if the point spread is 3.5, then the bettor will win if their team wins by four or more points. If the point spread is -3.5, then the bettor will win if their team wins by three or fewer points.

### Total

The total is the third most popular football betting odds. This type of betting involves betting on the combined score of both teams in a match. The total is expressed as a number of points. For example, if the total is 45, then the bettor will win if the combined score of both teams is 46 or more. If the total is -45, then the bettor will win if the combined score of both teams is 44 or fewer.