Both Teams to Score in Both Halves Tips

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Both Teams To Score in Both Halves

If you back a BTTS in Both Halves bet, you are betting that both sides will score at least one goal each in both halves of the match. The total number of goals and the final score don’t matter. As long as both teams score twice, each with a goal coming either side of half time, you’ll be a winner.

Naturally, with BTTS in both halves the minimum possible score is a 2-2 draw.

How to place a BTTS in Both Halves bet

When using a bookie, you may find a BTTS in Both Halves bet is reserved for the biggest games of the day. Most sites will have bet-builders that allow you to create any wager you want, meaning you can still take a punt on those lower league games if you wish. To find the BTTS in Both Halves option, just select the match you want to bet on and scroll through until you find the correct bet.

How do I pick winning Both Teams in Both Halves bets?

Naturally, when it comes to picking winning BTTS in Both Halves bets, you will want to choose teams that both score and concede a lot of goals. It’s no good simply selecting high-scoring teams – there’s no guarantee that a team that scores frequently will concede the number of goals necessary for your BTTS in Both Halves bet to be a winner.

We search for teams that are often involved in goalfests, as experience tells us those are the most likely games suitable for BTTS in Both Halves bets.

Do BTTS in Both Halves tips give good returns?

If you get a BTTS in Both Halves winning bet, you should expect to receive back 10 times your stake at the very minimum. Sometimes, you can tailor your BTTS in Both Halves bet to a unique prediction.

For example, you may think the home side will score in both the first and second halves, and the away side will only score once. You might predict the home side won’t score in the first half but will score in the second, while the away side will score in the first half but not the second.

When do we share BTTS in Both Halves predictions?

Generally, we give our predictions around 24 hours or so in advance of every fixture – but we pay attention to all the latest football news to keep our tips fresh. This way, our tips are more accurate.

Plenty of factors can influence the outcome of football matches and we make sure we keep on top of all of them. For the best BTTS in Both Halves tips, and all other beneficial football predictions and recommendations, you will find all the latest info at Football Tips.

What other bets can I place?

BTTS in Both Halves is not the only type of bet our experts offer their opinions on. At Football Tips, we cover a range of classic bets and predictions. Take a shot at a selection of potential winners with an accumulator bet, or back both teams to score (BTTS) during the game. Back a victor in a high-scoring fixture with a BTTS and win prediction or follow our tipsters’ recommendations when it comes to choosing the final score.