Soccer moneyline and spread wagers work slightly differently to some other sports, the main difference is that the 'draw' or 'tie' is a selectable outcome.
Therefore rather than be a push, if you select a team to win and it's a tie, the wager is a loss.
Soccer moneyline wagers are also based on the full 90 minutes only (plus any additional stoppage time), so for knockouts, play-offs or cup competitions, extra time does not count unless otherwise stated. This means that if you select a team to win they have to win the game in normal time (90 minutes plus stoppage time) and if your team win in Extra time or penalties, the draw would still be the winning outcome.
For Soccer Spreads this also includes the 'handicap draw' option.
So for the example below Liverpool are -1 and Atletico Madrid or +1. For your bet on either to the win, they have to beat the spread rather than just cover it. So if Liverpool win 1-0, the spread is not beaten but covered and the handicap draw would be the winning outcome.
Please note the +/- on the handicap draw spread always matches the home team. So in this case it says Handicap Draw -1 since Liverpool are -1 on the spread. Essentially in this case, for Liverpool to win on the spread they need to win by 2 goals or more. For Atletico to win on the spread they need to win or tie the game. And the handicap draw wins if Liverpool win by one goal only - All based on the full 90 minutes only.