Both Teams to Score Betting Tips

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 back! It’s been a long summer off but at last we have some really meaningful action to bet on. With action from all over Europe, we’re looking forward to some profitable betting.


  1. Swansea v Man United – both teams to score at 6/5 with Bet365
  2. Liverpool v Crystal Palace – both teams NOT to score at 23/20 with BetVictor
  3. Southampton v West Ham – both teams NOT to score at 19/20 with Bet365
  4. Stoke v Arsenal – both teams NOT to score at 6/5 with Ladbrokes
  5. Man City v Everton – both teams NOT to score at 11/13 with 888Sport
  6. Astana v Celtic – both teams to score at 8/13 with Bet365
  7. Rijeka v Olympiakos – both teams to score at 19/20 with Betfair
  8. Sevilla v Istanbul Basaksehir – both teams NOT to score at Evens with Coral
  9. Blackburn v Burnley – both teams NOT to score at 5/4 with Betfred
  10. Steaua v Sporting – both teams NOT to score at 20/23 with BetVictor

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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.

Reasons BetVictor is great for both teams to score betting

  • BetVictor’s Football Acca Insurance covers ‘BTTS Accas’ (as well as ‘Match Result’ and ‘Match Result & BTTS’ Accas
  • Their odds for both teams to score are second to none
  • A vast range of BTTS matches on which to bet
  • Dedicated free bets, odds boosts and other promotions including their new Golden Goal promo

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’re expecting plenty of BTTS winners in 2017-18 too!

More and more cash is being flashed and, aside from at City, it’s mainly going on attackers. With defending seemingly a lost art, both teams to score is a better bet than ever! 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!


Swansea v Man United (Saturday, 19th August) – both teams to score

Manchester United made a brilliant start to the new campaign with their thumping win over West Ham. However, they’re going to face a stern test when they take on a Swansea side who scored at home in all but one of their eight meetings with top eight sides. We think it’s worth backing more goals here, given that the Swans were pretty high scoring at home last term. BTTS is also really well priced here, it can be backed at 6/5 with Sky Bet.

Liverpool v Crystal Palace (Saturday, 19th August) – both teams NOT to score

Crystal Palace had a nightmare start against Huddersfield, as their new approach backfired. They struggled carrying the ball out from the back, so high pressing Liverpool are their worst possible opponents. We struggle to see how that approach gets them in to the Reds’ half, as Liverpool are going to press those defenders in to making major mistakes. We’re backing against both teams to score here, priced at 23/20 with BetVictor, because the visitors simply won’t make chances.

Southampton v West Ham (Saturday, 19th August) – both teams NOT to score

Southampton’s scoring woes continued last weekend, they’ve now failed to score in six straight home matches. West Ham will come and try and frustrate them, but we can’t see where the Hammers will score from here. Saints are strong at the back, so we’re expecting a low scoring game, with BTTS no priced at 19/20 with Bet365 in this clash. Having wasted close to 30 chances in their opening match of the season, we’re going to see the Saints find it tough going forward.

Stoke v Arsenal (Saturday, 19th August) – both teams NOT to score

Stoke’s loss at Everton showed how lacking they are in the forward department, with little creativity. We don’t see the rumoured signing of Jese Rodriguez fixing that, especially when Arsenal struggle at set plays. It’s hard to imagine, but Stoke aren’t a big physical side now, so we can see the Gunners keeping a clean sheet in this one, with the Potters sitting deep looking to frustrate the visitors. We’re backing against BTTS at 6/5 with Ladbrokes.

Man City v Everton (Monday, 20th August) – both teams NOT to score

Everton head to Manchester City on Monday night with limited options up top. The Toffees edged out Stoke last weekend, but they’re lacking a clinical finisher. Against a City side who will dominate possession and press high, we struggle to see where Everton carve out a chance here, so we’re backing against BTTS in this clash at 11/13 with 888Sport.

Astana v Celtic (Tuesday, 22nd August) – both teams to score

The first leg between these two has left Celtic in complete control. Their approach here will decide the second leg in our eyes, with Astana having to at least go forward and scrape back some pride. They have scored in all but one of their home Champions League games, so we see them getting a goal. However, we can’t back a clean sheet for them after shipping five last week, so we’re backing BTTS at 8/13 with Bet365.

Rijeka v Olympiakos (Tuesday, 22nd August) – both teams to score

Rijeka had a good start to their play-off, grabbing an away goal in a loss in Greece. They should add to their tally when they host the Greek side this week, and we think this could be a difficult trip for the away side. They’ll need an away goal here, so we think it’s worth backing both teams to score in this one. BTTS does seem like great value at 19/20 with Betfair.

Sevilla v Istanbul Basaksehir (Tuesday, 22nd August) – both teams NOT to score

Sevilla host Istanbul Basaksehir after winning their first leg, and we expect them to build on that with a result at home. They know a 0-0 takes them through, so the onus isn’t really on them to get forward. They have a strong defensive record in Europe, and we see them maintaining that to secure a place in the next round. We’re going with BTTS no here at Evens with Coral.

Blackburn v Burnley (Wednesday, 23rd August) – both teams NOT to score

Burnley had a pretty impressive defensive record in the Premier League overall last term. That should see them cope pretty well with League One side Blackburn. This is a local derby, so Sean Dyche can’t really get away with resting players for this trip. We think they have to come here with a plan and try to shut out the side two divisions below them, and we expect the Clarets to get a positive result. We’re backing BTTS no in this EFL Cup clash, which is priced at huge odds of 5/4 with Betfred.

Steaua v Sporting (Wednesday, 23rd August) – both teams NOT to score

After keeping a clean sheet in Portugal, surely Steaua will be very defensive minded here. They should be looking to keep things tight and nick a 1-0, while Sporting can’t afford to push too many men forward in a match which is finely balanced and financially crucial to the club. We’re going against BTTS again here, at 20/23 with BetVictor.


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