Betting on the Both Teams to Score Market

Betting on the Both Teams to Score Market There used to be a time where betting customers could only punt on teams to win football matches. The Full-Time Result coupon was published and punters would go through the long list, picking out the teams that they fancied and choosing to bet them in a single or multiple.

However, times have changed for the better and there are lots of alternative options including the Both Teams to Score betting market. As the name implies, this simply involves punting on two potential options:

  • Yes – you’re betting on both teams to score
  • No – you’re betting on at least one team not to score

Sometimes Both Teams to Score is referred to as BTTS and we’re on hand to provide regular BTTS tips whether that’s in the form of an individual match or BTTS accumulator tips considering that customers like to load up a multiple bet when it comes to this betting market.

Backing a BTTS Accumulator

There are no limits when it comes to the number of selections you can make as part of your BTTS accumulator. You can go through every football match being played that day and aim to predict whether both sides will score or not in each clash. We tend to recommend picking between four to six matches for this purpose as it will give you a Both Teams to Score acca that pays out at decent odds.

Many BTTS accas include lots of matches ticked “Yes” and there’s a particular reason for this. Namely that you can win with this selection within a short space of time. If Manchester United are playing Everton and the scoreline is 1-1 after twenty minutes, then that selection gets immediately settled as a winner.

When it comes to BTTS tips, we like to have a strong opinion regarding a certain game in terms of whether both sides will score or not. If we’re plumping for “Yes”, then we might have a strong argument as to why each team will find the net at least once. Similarly, the “No” option would mean we expect at least one side to keep a clean sheet.

If you have put together a BTTS accumulator involving five games and you’ve gone for the “Yes” option on all your Both Teams to Score bets, then you’re essentially cheering on the ten teams to all find the net. You can tick them off one by one and hopefully get into a position where you land a profit.