Aside from win-draw-win the Both Teams To Score betting market is one of the most popular ways to have a wager on football.
We all love the goals flying in and there are a number of ways to bet, meaning you can create your own Both Teams To Score strategy.
Both Teams To Score Strategy and Considerations.
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Of course stats can and do play a huge part when considering how a bet can be placed on this market. It goes without saying that if teams are banging in the goals week in week out then their percentage strike rate for their half of BTTS will increase.
Your Both Teams To Score strategy can also work in reverse. By this we mean you can bet on the BTTS ‘no’ market. If teams are leaking goals because of a dodgy defence or they lack fire power upfront then this could see good returns.
Another consideration in your strategy should be team line ups. We can all name the sides and players with the man up top who grabs all the headlines. When these players are injured or suspended the team can struggle to find the net and therefore you might want to stay clear of betting on that match.
With the likes of creating a Both Teams To Score and win strategy to follow, it may be a good idea to look closely at previous results. There are many teams who are decent upfront but awful at the back.
The same can be said for the BTTS no draw market. The returns here can be a lot higher as it can be very difficult to predict. We again need two sides that have a high percentage strike rate but also a high rate of conceding goals.
Here at BTTSandwin.com we like to pick a BTTS strategy and maybe tweak it as the season progresses. We obviously need high scoring teams in each fixture. It’s probably not in our best interests to have draw specialists when thinking about our Both Teams To Score considerations.
So in summary study the history of teams. We don’t mean trophies won over the years but recent results. A good starting point could be previous 5 results. Look for a high record of scoring but also teams guilty of conceding. Another BTTS consideration could be to bet with a bookmaker that also offers in-play and/or cash out markets. You may find the odds slightly less for these but you can snap up some returns if you’re quick to take advantage.
In terms of placing your actual bet make sure you’re getting the best deal for your money. Shop around for the best odds and look out for any acca insurance. We all get those coupon busters from time to time.
You can easily create a decent BTTS acca if you look amongst all the leagues. Finally remember to bet responsibly.