Both Teams To Score Betting

Both teams to score betting is a bet on both teams to score in 90 minutes. This is a popular alternative football betting market to the 90 minutes match betting market.

What Does Both Teams To Score Mean?

A bet on Both Teams To Score, is exactly what is says on the tin – a bet on Both Teams To Score, it is also known as BTTS.

The bookmaker will give you two choices in the both teams to score market. You can have a bet on, Yes, I think both teams will score in the match. Or you can have a bet on, No, I don’t think both teams will score in this match.

Best Football Betting Sites

All of the above bookmakers specialise in football betting, and they all offer Both Teams To Score (BTTS) betting markets.

Both Teams To Score Betting
Teams who are very attack minded with leaky defences are great for Both Teams To Score Betting

Match Result And Both Teams To Score

It is also possible to have a bet on the Match Result and Both Teams To Score. This bet is as explained in the name, you pick which team you think will win, or if you think it will be a draw. If you get your selection right, and both teams score, the bet is a winner.

Both Teams To Score Accas

As the Both Teams To Score (BTTS) bet is a very popular, increasingly, more and more punters have decided to start placing Both Teams To Score Acca bets. These acca bets can be placed in the same method as a conventional football acca, with some bookmakers even producing both teams to score acca coupons.

If you can’t find a BTTS coupon, you can place your own bet. You will have to click on each match individually that you wish to include in your acca, then click on the ‘Yes’ outcome (or ‘No’ if that’s what you wish) in the Both Teams To Score market, and add it to your online betting slip.

There are some bookmakers who include a both teams to score accumulator bet in their acca insurance offers (money back if miss by one), it is best to check the teams and conditions first though, just to be on the safe side.

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