Both Teams to Score Tips
See which of today’s matches our expert tipsters are expecting to end with both teams scoring. We’ve also picked out the perfect welcome offer for this kind of bet, so fill your boots with some free bets below.
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Both Teams To Score tips
This is where you will find our experts’ Both Teams to Score (BTTS) tips and predictions for the latest round of matches. Our in-house team regularly pores over all available football data – including head-to-head records, injury lists and more – to provide the most likely BTTS tips. We factor in all the stats and facts to form a prediction we think will set you up with a strong line-up.
BTTS bets are some of the most popular out there – and they can really pay off when it comes to the more competitive leagues, where most teams are capable of scoring. When betting on BTTS, it doesn’t matter what the score is. Whether the ball hits the back of the net in the first minute or the last, so long as the match finishes with both sides having scored you’ll claim a win.
What does BTTS stand for?
BTTS is an acronym for ‘both teams to score’. Both terms are used interchangeably. All our BTTS win tips are 100% free, all the time. There’s no hidden fees or subscriptions, just our expert predictions.
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Four or more BTTS bets can be combined into a fourfold accumulator wager, offering much higher odds than individual selections. Football is a global game, with matches happening around the world every day. Our tipsters analyse the stats to make the best Both Teams To Score tips, offering their insight into games from across the globe.
Of course, the weekend is when the most football happens – so there’s a huge range of matches to choose from every Saturday and Sunday. Every weekend we offer our favourite BTTS predictions from the Premier League, the Championship and more, as well as all the top leagues from across Europe and beyond. You’ll also find top BTTS tips on knockout football, as we cover competitions like the Champions League and Europa League.
How does Both Teams To Score betting work?
A Both Teams To Score wager is very simple. You are betting on whether both teams in a match will find the back of the net or not. It doesn’t matter if the game ends 1-1, 3-2 or 7-1 – if you’ve backed the ‘Yes’ option, your bet will be a winner. On the other hand, if you back ‘No’, you’ll win if one or neither side scores.
What are the advantages of both teams to score tips?
There are so many reasons to back a BTTS tip.
How many times have you been about to win a bet, only for your team to let you down by conceding in the final minutes?
How often have you backed the favourite only to find they’ve not turned up and are suddenly being outplayed by a mid-table side?
Both Teams To Score tips have none of these issues. Once both sides have found the back of the net, your bet is a winner regardless of what happens next. If one side is struggling at half time, there’s every chance they will come out stronger after the break. Even if one team is hammering the other, there’s always the chance the team five goals up will let in a last-minute corner while they are celebrating early.
How to place a BTTS bet
Placing a bet is quite simple and most good football betting sites will put up odds on BTTS today. Find the match you’re looking to wager on and select the ‘Yes’ option if you think both teams will find the back of the net, or ‘No’ if you think one or neither of the sides have it in them to score.
What other types of BTTS bets are there?
BTTS are not the only bets that rely on both teams hitting the net. BTTS and Win means you will not only need both teams to score, but you’ll be backing an overall winner too. Though these bets are hard to pull off, they usually come with big odds. Or you could back both teams to score in both halves (BTTS Both Halves) if you think you are odds-on for a high-scoring game.