Your Ultimate Guide To Both teams to score

Goals are what make football and betting on them is what often makes a hefty prize pot.

They’re the games we remember. Liverpool’s triumphant Champions League comeback, Michael Owen’s last minute winner in the Manchester Derby. Goals are what it’s all about. So, it probably goes without saying that here at Betting Apps, we love betting on them!

None more so than the Both Teams To Score market.

It’s one of the most popular markets across mobile betting and the perfect addition to boost your odds on Match Result odds.

So, what is Both Teams To Score and how can you play it? Below you’ll find our ultimate guide to the market and all you need to know…

What is Both Teams To Score?

Both Teams To Score, also regularly referred to as BTTS, is a hugely popular wager across football betting and is an incredibly simple concept to understand.

Basically, it’s a bet that backs both teams to win in a match. Yes, it’s that simple.

This means that the game you bet on must have a minimum scoreline of 1-1 in 90 minutes with it not mattering who wins the game, unless you combine with a Match Result wager.

You can play Both Teams To Score on it’s own or combine it with other markets, where you’ll find some good value and fantastic profits.

Other Common BTTS markets

There are a number of other BTTS markets you can bet, many available through the best mobile betting apps, these include:

BTTS & Win

This is choosing the winner of a game along with predicting that both teams will score within it. In order to win the bet both outcomes must come through.

Both team to score - a great way to bet on the Premier League

BTTS in Both Halves

Both Teams To Score in Both Halves is essentially a BTTS but split into two halves, with both teams having to score in the first half and then again in the second. This means there will be a minimum scoreline of 2-2.

BTTS & Over/Under

This market is one that is all about the goals and as well as both teams scoring in the game, you also have to predict the number of goals.

This is done in Over/Under format so, for example, you may place a bet on a game between Manchester United and Arsenal with BTTS and Under 3.5 goals. This would, therefore, mean the game would have to be a maximum of 2-1 and a minimum of 1-1.

Bets To Combine BTTS With

You can combine BTTS with almost anything though using request-a-bet services with top football betting apps as well as simply playing doubles and trebles in your bet slip.

Most commonly, punters will combine BTTS odds with the following:

  • Goalscorer
  • Total Goals
  • Cards
  • Corners

When To Play BTTS

BTTS is a good market to play and add to other markets. However, it’s important to know when you should play this market as goals aren’t always a given!

Below we’ve highlighted some of the things to take note of before placing a BTTS wager.

The Context of a Game:

The context of a game is key in BTTS betting. If it’s the first leg of a cup competition, for example, it’s going to be much tenser than a mid-season league game. Additionally, a cup tie between high and low ranked opposition is also less likely to see both teams scoring.

Injuries & Suspensions:

Noting injuries and suspensions can help predict whether a game is going to see goals. A missing striker may see you lean towards deciding against placing a BTTS bet, while a missing defender or goalkeeper might be instrumental in seeing more goals fly in.

Home Form vs Away:

Teams set up in different ways when playing at home and away, so understanding how they do will help you uncover whether BTTS is a betting market you should explore.

The Managers:

Managers are also instrumental in how a team plays and how free-flowing they are in front of goal. **Cough Jurgen Klopp 😜

Free flowing football managers style is much more likely to result in both teams scoring

Managers will set up differently depending on the importance of the game and the teams they are playing. Analysing this will also help you determine whether both teams will score.

The Best BTTS Bookmakers

Today almost every betting app on the planet will have BTTS markets, although the number of different markets will vary from bookie to bookie.

Bookmakers such as bet365 have large markets available to play, including many of the above, while all our favourite apps such as Ladbrokes, BetVictor and Betfair also have expansive markets.

You can find all our favourite betting apps offering BTTS on our Android and iPhone betting apps pages.