For Saturday League qualifiers, we at Accumulator Tips have picked out two Both Teams to Score tips which could land you odds of 14/5 if successful. You could turn £25 into £96 in our latest accumulator. So which sides have we backed? Swansea v Man United – Both Teams to Score – 13/10 with Coral Swansea…Read more
For this weekend’s Both Teams To Score accumulator, we have chosen three games which could land you odds of 3.89/1 if successful. You could turn a £20 bet into £97.92 on our latest accumulator. This week’s bet, starting 19/8/17, features likely highly scoring games from League One and League Two. Peterborough United v Rotherham United…Read more
For this weekend’s Both Teams to Score accumulator, we at Accumulator Tips have picked out two games which could land you odds of 7/2 if successful. You could turn £30 into £100 in our latest accumulator. Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Town Crystal Palace welcome newcomers Huddersfield Town to Selhurst Park in their opening Premier…Read more
After an opening weekend of the English Football League, we got to see the first batch of results this season. For some teams, they have already earned their first win or bagged a few goals. For others, not so well. Prior to this weekend, we at Accumulator Tips have picked out key bets on both…Read more
For Saturday’s Both Teams to Score accumulator, we at Accumulator Tips have picked out three games which could land you odds of 7/2 if successful. You could turn £25 into £113 in our latest accumulator. Fulham v Norwich Fulham welcome Norwich to Craven Cottage in the Championship on Saturday afternoon, in a game that could…Read more
For Sunday’s Both teams to score accumulator, we have selected three games which could land you odds of 9/2 if successful. You could turn £20 into £110 should our latest bet come through. So which sides have we backed? Burnley v West Ham United Burnley welcome West Ham United at Turf Moor in the Premier…Read more
For Saturday’s Both teams to score accumulator, we have selected two games which could land you odds of 15/8 if successful. You could turn £40 into £113 should our latest bet come through. So which sides have we backed? Sunderland v Swansea City Sunderland host Swansea City at the Stadium of Light, wanting to put…Read more
For Saturday’s Both teams to score accumulator, we have selected three games which could land you odds of 15/4 if successful. You could turn £25 into £120 should our latest bet come through. So which sides have we backed? Bournemouth v Stoke City Bournemouth host Stoke City at the Vitality Stadium in the Premier League…Read more
For Saturday’s Both teams to score accumulator, we have selected two games which could land you odds of 2/1 if successful. You could turn £35 into £105 should our latest bet come through. So which sides have we backed? Stoke City v West Ham United Stoke City welcome West Ham United to the Bet 365…Read more
If there’s one thing we expect to see this weekend, from the Premier League, it’s goals and plenty of them. Most of the sides are welcoming back some major players including Spurs’ Harry Kane and Man City could see Gabriel Jesus make an appearance – the signs are good for BTTS but who are we…Read more
Both Teams To Score Tips
BTTS is simply an abbreviation for Both Teams to Score. Simple and easy to understand, Both Teams to Score is an extremely popular betting method. In order to win, we will need both teams to score a single goal – or more.
The final score for the game doesn’t matter when placing a Both Teams to Score bet; it can be 5-1, 5-4, or just 1-1. All that matters is that both teams have scored and you’ll have won your Both Teams to Score bet – it’s as simple as that!
BTTS accumulator bets are notoriously extremely fun. You have your set time until the last whistle is blown to win the bet for both of your teams to score, it doesn’t matter one bit who wins! When enjoying your day of football punting, Both Teams to Score accumulators mean you can keep your eye out for multiple games in which you simply need a goal from each time – it’s ridiculously exciting!
The great thing about placing a Both Teams to Score Bet is that a team may be losing 1-0 at half time; however, there is a good chance of the side coming back and securing a point with that much needed goal. Again, this is another example of not only a moneymaking opportunity, but also a way to liven up the games that are taking place on that day.
When placing a Both Teams to Score bet, be check out our reliable Both Teams to Score tips as well as some football betting statistics. This should help you compile a good Both Teams to Score accumulator. Some particular teams are involved in games that seem to promise high scores, so those will be must have picks!
Keep an eye out for attacking teams with weak defences, as they can be a sure bet. This is a great way of finding matches to add to your Both Teams to Score accumulator. Just make sure they have a good enough attack and don’t have miserable form in front of goal.
Teams like Real Madrid, Juventus and Chelsea are likely to have high odds on both teams to score due to their tight defensive habits, while popular Both Teams to Score selections like Man City, Norwich City and Peterborough United are usually reliable at both ends, although odds are reduced.
For example, Man City won the majority of their Premier League games last season but have conceded goals to ‘weaker’ sides in the process. Straight away, you’ve won with this one, so Man City is a good pick for your accumulator.
Both Teams to Score accumulators, and even just single matches, are great fun because the odds you’ll actually come away winning are greater. Take your time and take notice of the form of the teams and in no time you’ll be seeing good results. Remember though, as always, all bets should be taken responsibly, never beet outside of your means and keep things fun.
Will I get better odds for Both Teams to Score Accumulators?
Not necessarily, no. BTTS accas usually generate similar odds to results based accumulators due to the limited number of outcomes. Essentially, BTTS is a 50/50 bet wherein either both teams score or they don’t.
Can I cash out a Both Teams to Score bet?
In some instances, you can cash out a BTTS bet but it is generally simple, multiple selection accas that allow for cashing out.
If you think about it, BTTS as a 50/50 bet means you either win or you lose, so the Cash Out value won’t be worth considering anyway. If you’ve backed a single BTTS and one team is leading 1-0 in the 80th minutes, you are unlikely to be offered much of a reward.
However, there are some instances when Cash Out does work and benefit you greatly for BTTS. If one side takes an early lead and tries to defend it, your Cash Out value may rise as the trailing side applies pressure. Often, we see teams defend a 1-0 lead for nearly 90 minutes and the other side couldn’t hit a barn door. These instances may see a viable Cash Out, though it’s more unlikely.
Can I only back Both Teams to Score, not other alternatives?
With any BTTS bet, you have the option of backing ‘Yes, both teams will score’ or ‘No, both teams won’t score’.
If you back ‘Yes’, then both teams must score for the bet to win – simple enough.
If you back ‘No’, then you’ll still win if one or neither team scores. If the game ends 1-0, 3-0, 5-0 or even 50-0, you’ll still be claiming your winnings as both teams didn’t score.
Can I combine BTTS bets with other outcomes?
Yes. BTTS is a great addition to double and treble bets particularly as it can add some serious weight to the overall odds.
Which league is best for BTTS betting?
How long is a piece of string?
Effectively, there is no answer to this question. One week, you could see every team in a league score and concede, while the next you’ll see four 0-0 draws and several hefty victories to nil – you can’t predict it without researching the games!
Our expert tips are online regularly and will help guide you to glory.
Do own goals count for BTTS bets?
Yes. No matter who puts the ball in the net, or how they put it in, it will count towards your BTTS bets provided the goal itself is awarded.
Famously, Stoke City once scored all of the goals in a particular game (including two for the opposition) – it was a perfectly acceptable BTTS bet, despite one team not physically scoring a goal.
How can I predict whether Both Teams will Score?
You don’t have to be a medium in order to work out which sides are likely to score and which are likely to concede – be sure to check out previous results, leading goal scorers and clean sheet statistics.
There’s no exact science to predicting BTTS bets, but you can make an assessment based on the number of goals a team has scored and conceded in recent games, and whether their leading scorer is set to play in the match.
Other than that, you can’t ‘predict’ it.
The odds aren’t great for BTTS – why is this?
BTTS bets are 50/50 winners – either both teams will score or they won’t, so the bookmakers don’t offer amazing odds due to the simple nature of the bet.
Occasionally, the odds on BTTS will be very strong depending on the game in question. For example, if Barcelona are playing Las Palmas, ‘both teams not to score’ will have very poor odds as Barcelona are a heavily favoured team. ‘Both teams to score’ will have high odds as Las Palmas will be expected to lose to nil.
In these instances, it’s occasionally worthwhile backing BTTS with a low stake for if the unfancied team do manage to score – stranger things have happened!
I can’t find BTTS on the bookies app – where is it?
Generally, BTTS has it’s own section on ‘Football’ pages on bookmaker sites for accumulators.
For single matches, it’s generally alongside the scorecast betting section – it’s easy to overlook given there’s only two outcomes.
Who should I avoid on BTTS bets?
There’s no side to actively avoid on BTTS – every club has a chance of scoring in every game, so there’s no rule to say you should avoid backing a particular team for BTTS.
Derby games generally produce BTTS winners and potential giant killing cup games often see both sides score but it isn’t an exact science – follow our match previews for expert advice and go with your gut instinct.