My gf and I bought into a friend’s two box pools. She got in on the first one and I got in the second so they were separate pools. We each had $2$ squares in each pool, and each pool had $100$ squares numbered $0-9$ along the top and side. These numbers were randomly assigned. We each wound up having the $1$ eagles-$3$ patriots square which pays if the final score has those as the last digits. We each won a jackpot in the pool we entered. We obviously thought this was pretty crazy, and so did our friends.
I understand all scores are not equally likely but not sure if that even plays a part here since the numbers for each box were randomly assigned. Are the odds based on the potential outcome? Is there an element where the fact that we had randomly been assigned the same point combo must be factored in?
What are the combined odds that both of us would win this?