It’s possible to find Both Teams To Score (BTTS) tips and predictions at any time of the year but you’re unlikely to find anywhere that advises the best times to back each betting market. There’s now so many different football betting markets that even deciding how to place your bets has become a challenge in itself. Both Teams To Score bets remain as one of the most popular, which has been proven by new variations on it such as the Both Score No Draw, Full Time Result & BTTS, and Both Teams To Score In Both Halves markets.
As for identifying the perfect opportunity to recommend bets that are based around the BTTS market, it’s quite easy to tell a good time from a bad time. These markets usually consist of more than one selection, as the odds on Both Teams To Score tips will only be around the same as they’d be for match results, with it usually only ever going as high as slightly above evens.
An introduction to BTTS bets
After establishing the low odds for a lot of Both Teams To Score tips, it’s easy to assume how much more worthwhile it could be to back more than one at a time. Both Teams To Score doubles, trebles, or even accumulators are an exciting way of getting more from the market. This is one of the main reasons why you’ll find a BTTS 7-Fold on FootyAccumulators’ Both Teams To Score Tips page every Saturday.
If you go as far as backing a BTTS bet with seven selections, you’ll need enough teams to pick from, so choosing one at the weekend is the route that most people take. Football bets are the most popular over the weekend, but it would be wrong to limit yourself to this, as there’s also other periods in the season where you’ll find a lot of games being played. Both Teams To Score tips are made by sites like FootyAccumulators as well as frequent punters during almost any occasion.
One of the best times is during evenings where we see a lot of Champions League or Europa League football, where there’s more than enough matches to choose from. You don’t even need to stray to European leagues in order to create one outside of a weekend either, with the EFL Cup and FA Cup being host to a tonne of football fixtures during the week, especially towards the start of the season when most of these teams are being eliminated to separate the favourites from the rest.