Picking informed BTTS tips

For those who enjoy having a bet on football, there’s more options than ever when selecting your chosen method of betting. The many markets provided by bookmakers always continue to grow and you can now practically back any outcome that could occur within ninety minutes of any football match. With it becoming less focused on the match result alone, a lot of punters have moved across to backing BTTS tips, and there’s lots of reasons why it’s preferable to traditional win markets.

Best known as BTTS, the Both Teams To Score market only needs each side to score at least once within ninety minutes in order to be classed as a winner. One of the main perks for backing these bets is that it can carry on right down to the final minute and it isn’t quite as restrictive as with backing one side to win ahead of the other. While a goalless draw could still result as a win for the side you’ve backed if they score in the dying minutes, the Both Teams To Score market could still win even if one team are losing 4-0, as long as the losing team score once to qualify.

What does a good BTTS selection look like?

It would be fair to say that picking out BTTS tips is easier than choosing specific teams to win their next match. Although there’s always the possibility of backing a match where one team scores and the other doesn’t, there are ways of identifying which fixtures stand a chance of resulting with both teams scoring. The main criteria to look out for surrounds how likely each side are to both score and concede in the match. For instance, if you’re backing a team who score often but keep clean sheets, it would be too risky to add them in, and it’s important that each side are as capable of scoring and conceding or your bet might not land.

Websites like Oddschanger provide their own BTTS tips for the weekend on a dedicated BTTS Acca page. They’re worth backing if you want help from an experienced betting website but if you’re looking to make your own Both Teams To Score bets, you can do your own research using bookmaker websites and come up with a bet that you’ve assembled yourself. There’s lots of matches taking place and all of them now offer a price for Both Teams To Score to occur, so it’s always an option and features as frequently as the traditional match result option.

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