Both Teams to Score (BTTS) Betting Tips, Stats and Free Bets
Backing both teams to score is an incredibly exciting bet. You can cheer like a madman for either side to score and you almost always have excitement and a live bet right up to the final whistle.
Check out our latest top BTTS betting tips. Domestic football is now over for another season but we still have plenty of big games ahead. There are some tasty internationals, including friendlies, World Cup games, the U-21 Euros and the Confederations Cup. More than enough games for us to keep the BTTS tips rolling!
BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE BETTING TIPS
- Serbia U21 v Spain U21 – both teams NOT to score at 13/10 with
- Mexico v Russia – both teams to score at 8/11 with Bet365
- Italy U21 v Germany U21 – both teams NOT to score at 6/4 with Bet365
- Chile v Australia – both teams to score at 19/20 with Bet365
- Germany v Cameroon – both teams NOT to score at 5/6 with
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Of course, if the value is there, we’re more than happy to tip and bet against both teams scoring too. That can come in especially handy as top sides often do everything they can to avoid defeat in some of the bigger matches. Tournament football, such as the World Cup or Copa America, is also often worth watching when it comes to both teams NOT to score bets. Equally first legs of two-legged ties can often be cagey and low-scoring.
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That bet sure as hell isn’t a fun one to watch, with grimaces whenever either side looks remotely like scoring. But if the profit’s there, we are too. Both teams to score, both teams not to score, whatever: as long as the odds are good value and the bet looks like a winner! After several profitable BTTS weeks in a row we’re as confident as ever now!
Justification for our above-mentioned both teams to score tips (along with some free bets and the best current odds) follows. We take a close analytical look at the latest football betting action. We’ve got loads of great both teams to score tips and we’re confident of yet another profitable week of BTTS betting.
The 2016-17 season saw a number of high scoring thrillers(hope you were on Everton’s 6-3 win over Bournemouth!) There were more than enough BTTS matches to ensure our betting balance grew nicely. Confidence is high, we’re feeling good and we think we can continue to profit over the summer too.
There have been some great matches, with defending seemingly a lost art. The goals are flying in left, right and centre and we’re loving it, so read on as we attempt to nail our latest BTTS bets!
Serbia U21 v Spain U21 (Friday 23rd June) – both teams NOT to score
Spain showed off their impressive young side in a 5-0 hammering of Macedonia, which showed how effective their possession play is defensively. Keeping hold of the ball is their main defensive tactic in international football, and we see that being the case once again when they take on the Serbians. After failing to make an impact against Portugal, we’re confident enough that Serbia won’t score that we’re backing against BTTS at 13/10.
Mexico v Russia (Saturday 24th June) – both teams to score
Russia’s opening win over New Zealand continued their recent strong form in front of goal, but they’ve got big problems at the back. Facing the Kiwis isn’t really a test of their defensive strength, so we can’t judge them on that. Mexico possess plenty of attacking talent, with Javier Hernandez now the second highest scorer in the history of this competition. The North American side aren’t that solid at the back, so we’re backing BTTS at 8/11 with Bet365.
Italy U21 v Germany U21 (Saturday 24th June) – both teams NOT to score
Italy’s under 21 side is arguably as strong as their senior team, and they’ve got the makings of a brilliant back four. Their 4-3-3 set up allows them to be defensively solid, but it might not fair too well against the Germans’ pressing game. We think this will be a tight contest between two sides two are aiming to win this competition, so we’re backing against BTTS at 6/4 with Bet365.
Chile v Australia (Sunday 25th June) – both teams to score
Australia’s two goals against Germany in their opener prove that they have the quality to trouble big sides, and they’re now facing an attacking Chile outfit. The South Americans are blessed with some strong forward talent, so they should pour forward against the Socceroos. That should see this match open up, and this could end up being a very entertaining encounter. We’re backing both teams to score in this clash, which is priced at 19/20 with Bet365.
Germany v Cameroon (Sunday 25th June) – both teams NOT to score
Germany face a Cameroon side who built their African Nations Cup success on a strong defence. They pushed Chile close in their opening clash, and we expect them to set up to frustrate the Germans here. That’s going to leave Cameroon with little attacking threat, and we see this being a low scoring affair as a result. That has us backing against BTTS at 5/6 with BetVictor.
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