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 was a long summer off but that’s well behind us and there is no end to the football for the foreseeable future! With great football from all over Europe, we’re looking forward to some profitable betting.

BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE BETTING TIPS

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  1. Wigan Athletic v Manchester City – both teams to score at 5/4 with Betfair
  2. Bayern Munich v Besiktas – both teams to score at 6/5 with Bet365
  3. Chelsea v FC Barcelona – both teams to score at 3/4 with Bet365
  4. Sevilla v Manchester United – both teams to score at 10/11 with Bet365
  5. Atletico Madrid v FC Copenhagen – both teams NOT to score at 8/11 with BetVictor
  6. Atalanta v Borussia Dortmund – both teams to score at 1/2 with BetVictor
  7. Arsenal v Ostersund – both teams NOT to score at 13/20 with BetVictor
  8. Leicester City v Stoke City – both teams to score at 5/6 with Betfair
  9. Liverpool v West Ham – both teams to score at 10/11 with Betfair
  10. Burnley v Southampton – both teams NOT to score at 31/40 with BetVictor
  11. Manchester United v Chelsea – both teams NOT to score EVS with BetVictor
  12. Arsenal v Manchester City – both teams to score at 8/13 with Betfair
  13. Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur – both teams to score at 5/6 with Betfair

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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 good 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 was flashed in the summer transfer window. What’s more, aside from at City, it mainly went 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!

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Wigan Athletic v Manchester City (Monday 19th February) – both teams to score

These two sides met in an FA Cup final not long ago and Manchester City will certainly be gunning for revenge. They travel to a Wigan side who have already knocked out Bournemouth and West Ham in this competition. The League 1 side have an excellent recent FA Cup record against top flight sides and whilst they may not win on Monday, we fancy them to score. Betfair are once again the market leaders for both teams to score and you can back it at 5/4.

Bayern Munich v Besiktas (Tuesday 20th February) – both teams to score

Bayern Munich have conceded in four of their last six matches and we fancy them to concede in this match with Besiktas. The Turkish side put in some impressive performances during the group stage of this competition and they will be hopeful of causing an upset. We can’t see them getting a result, but they could cause Jupp Heynckes’ side problems with both teams to score available at 6/5 with Bet365.

Chelsea v FC Barcelona (Tuesday 20th February) – both teams to score

It is no secret that Chelsea and Barcelona aren’t the best of friends and we think that there could be sparks in this one. Barcelona have been in good form of late and they are packed with quality attacking talent. They head to Stamford Bridge with Chelsea going through a rocky patch both on and off the pitch, however, we can see the Blues scoring on their own patch. Both teams to score comes in at 3/4 with Bet365.

Sevilla v Manchester United (Wednesday 21st February) – both teams to score

Sevilla are a good side at home and they will need to utilise that advantage if they are to have any chance of progressing through to the next round of the competition. They showed some backbone when they came back from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 with Liverpool in the group stages of the competition and whilst it may not be the same score on Wednesday, we can certainly see both sides hitting the back of the net. BTTS can be backed in at 10/11 with Bet365.

Atletico Madrid v FC Copenhagen (Thursday 22nd February) – both teams NOT to score

Atletico Madrid are more used to challenging in the latter stages of the Champions League so the Europa League may be something of a culture shock for Diego Simeone’s side. They head into the second leg of this tie with a 4-1 advantage and we think it will be another comfortable night for the side from the Spanish capital. You can back a clean sheet for either side at 8/11 with BetVictor.

Atalanta v Borussia Dortmund (Thursday 22nd February) – both teams to score

Borussia Dortmund secured a narrow victory in the first leg of this tie as they ran out 3-2 winners in Germany. However, with two away goals in the bag, Atalanta will still feel that they have a chance in this match and it could be another thrilling tie as the pair head to Italy. We like the look of BTTS and you can back it at 1/2 with BetVictor.

Arsenal v Ostersund (Thursday 22nd February) – both teams NOT to score

The biggest game in Ostersund’s history went a little bit sour as they were soundly beaten by Arsenal in the first leg of this round of 32 tie. With the Gunners boasting a good defensive record at home this season, we can’t see them being breached by these Swedish upstarts. Graham Potter’s side have enjoyed a meteoric rise, but this match could be a step too far. A clean sheet for either side is at 13/20 with BetVictor.

Leicester City v Stoke City (Saturday 24th February) – both teams to score

There aren’t many sides who have seen a higher proportion of their matches end with both sides scoring than Stoke and Leicester. The Foxes are pushing Burnley to be the ‘best of the rest’ and they will fancy their chances in this one. However, Stoke have shown a little bit more fight in recent weeks and they do have quality players. We are backing both sides to score at 5/6 with Ladbrokes.

Liverpool v West Ham (Saturday 24th February) – both teams to score

Liverpool, despite having a good defensive record generally, have been good value for both sides to score of late. They head into this match having played Porto away from home during the week and they may feel slightly leggy. The Hammers meanwhile have been alright lately and we like the look of BTTS in this one. Bet365 are 10/11 on both sides to score here.

Burnley v Southampton (Saturday 24th February) – both teams NOT to score

Burnley are nearly always involved in low scoring affairs and we can’t see this one becoming a real goal-fest. The visitors have been on the slide in recent weeks and the manager is under increasing pressure at St Mary’s. Burnley haven’t been anywhere near their best lately, but we fancy them to keep a clean sheet in this one. BTNTS is at 31/40 with BetVictor.

Manchester United v Chelsea (Sunday 25th February) – both teams
NOT to score

Jose Mourinho appears to have got into Antonio Conte’s head recently and the build up to this match could be fascinating. We can see this one being quite a dull game with Mourinho setting his United side up to defend. They did a similar thing when they played away at Anfield earlier in the year and we like the look of a clean sheet at EVS with BetVictor.

Arsenal v Man City (Sunday 25th February) – both teams to score

Manchester City and Arsenal have the chance to get their hands on the first domestic trophy of the season this weekend and it could be an entertaining clash. Both teams will look to get forward at every opportunity and we reckon that both keepers will be kept busy in this one. Could Pierre Aubameyang become an immediate hero for the Gunners? We think so and you can back both sides to score at Wembley with Betfair at odds of 8/13.

Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur (Monday 26th February) – both teams to score

Roy Hodgson wasn’t happy with his side last week, but at least they managed to get themselves on the scoresheet. We think they could repeat the trick this week and get at least one when they play London rivals Tottenham. The visitors could be without the in-demand Toby Alderweireld, but going forwards, they should have all of their leading lights playing. As ever, Harry Kane will be one to watch and we will be backing both sides to score at Selhurst Park. Both keepers to pick the ball out of the back of the net can be backed at 5/6 with Betfair.

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