Our BTTS betting tips ⇑
Firstly, BTTS is short for both teams to score, a popular football betting market available on almost all betting sites. There are two options when it comes to both teams to score, either yes or no.
Betting on “yes” requires both teams to score to win the bet. And no, requires neither teams scoring or just one to win.
Both teams to score is a popular betting market in the UK, and we post BTTS betting tips every weekend, and sometimes during the week depending on the fixtures.
We recommend both teams to score bets for the 3 pm kick-offs on a Saturday as you watch the goals come in on Gillette Soccer Saturday, as Jeff Sterling and co keep you updated on the scores across the UK.
We tend to use both teams to score selections in our mixed acca’s too, as they can often be great value while bumping up the odds of the accumulator.
How do we pick BTTS betting tips ⇓
There are many factors to look at when picking a game for a BTTS selection. But, make sure you know the league/teams instead of randomly betting on statistics.
Firstly, our tipster looks at their form and recent games to see how many times both teams have scored in their games. Secondly, how good are both teams defence and attack while playing either at home or on the road. This can involve their clean sheet percentage, average goals scored/conceded, etc.
Thirdly, we look at in-form players in their team, and the expected lineups to make sure key players are not rested or injured. This can be the goal scoring record of certain players or if key defenders are out.
Lastly, we look at the head to head history to see if the game is known for being tight or a goal-fest. Of course, there is no perfect way to pick both teams to score bets, even with all the stats pointing to both teams to score, there is no guarantee.
But, BTTS betting tips are great fun, and can often be a great alternative to the match winner market if you are struggling to pick a winner.
How often do we post BTTS betting tips? ⇓
We post free BTTS betting tips every weekend, but we also post them during the week if there is midweek domestic football or Champions League/Europa League action.
But, we will only post BTTS acca’s if our tipster sees value in those picks. Sometimes the odds can be short, or there is better value in other selections, which can lead to a mixed acca tip instead.