Both Teams to Score (BTTS) Betting Tips, Stats and Free Bets
Backing both teams to score is an incredibly exciting bet because 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. We’re just about approaching the run-in in most top European leagues but there is still loads of football ahead. As well as the Premier League, the FA Cup is reaching its climax. In addition there are also matches from all around Europe! With both the Champions and Europa Leagues now approaching the business end of things, we’ve got LOADS of both teams to score betting tips to help you cash in. Be sure to use the latest Free Bet Offers to help you skew the odds in your favour!
BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE BETTING TIPS
- Liverpool v Everton – both teams to score at 13/15 with 888Sport – Enhanced Odds Offer
- Chelsea v Crystal Palace – both teams to score at 5/4 with Ladbrokes – £50 Free Bet
- Hull v West Ham – both teams to score at 8/11 with Betfred
- Burnley v Tottenham – both teams NOT to score at 20/23 with Coral – bet £5, get £20
- Arsenal v Manchester City – both teams to score at 7/12 with 888Sport – Treble Odds Offer
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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, as we have done many, many times, and which 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.
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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 and 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 as we 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 has seen a number of high scoring thrillers already (hope you were on Everton’s 6-3 win over Bournemouth!) and there have been more than enough BTTS matches to ensure our betting balance has grown nicely. Confidence is high, we’re feeling good and with more fixtures coming thick and fast, now is a great time to join us.
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!
Liverpool v Everton (Saturday 1st April 2017) – both teams to score
Liverpool’s defensive problems face another test this weekend, as they host Everton and the in-form Romelu Lukaku. The Belgian continued his scoring streak during the international break, and he’ll be hoping to boost the Toffees’ European hopes. The Reds should have no problem adding to their tally at Anfield, but we can’t see them keeping a clean sheet. Both teams to score here is priced at 13/15 with 888Sport.
Chelsea v Crystal Palace (Saturday 1st April 2017) – both teams to score
Chelsea have been relentless in their push for the title, so much so that their defensive problems have flown under the radar. The Blues have now conceded in six straight games. However, they’ve won four and drawn two of those, so it hasn’t hurt them. The Eagles have won three straight games, and we can see them becoming the latest side to score against the leaders. We’re going with BTTS here at 5/4 with Ladbrokes.
Hull v West Ham (Saturday 1st April 2017) – both teams to score
Hull have managed just one clean sheet at home this season, while West Ham have seen both teams score in 79% of their away trips so far. This is likely to be a high scoring game, especially as these two have conceded over 100 goals between them in the league this season. The Hammers have conceded in 93% of their trips, so we’re going with both teams to score in this clash at the KCOM, which is well priced at 8/11 with BetFred.
Burnley v Tottenham (Saturday 1st April 2017) – both teams NOT to score
Burnley’s excellent home form makes this clash a every testing one for title chasing Tottenham. The Clarets have won and kept a clean sheet in 36% of their outings at Turf Moor. They’ve pulled off a few good results here, but now Sean Dyche and his men face a Spurs team who have kept a clean sheet in 43% of their league outings. We’re backing against BTTS in this game, which you can back at 20/23 with Coral.
Arsenal v Manchester City (Sunday 2nd April 2017) – both teams to score
Arsenal have scored in 92% of their league outings at the Emirates, and they have to keep up their scoring form against Manchester City. Their defensive weaknesses have cost them points, and if any coach can zero in to faults at the back it’s Pep Guardiola. The City boss in under pressure for his side’s poor defensive record, but he can organise an attack. Both teams to score in this clash is worth backing at 7/12 with 888Sport.
2018 may seem a way off but it’s never too early to get ahead of the betting game and the bookies. Take a look at our 2018 World Cup betting offers!