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Both Teams To Score Tips For This Week!

One of the best innovations in sports betting is the both teams to score (BTTS) option. We are going to embrace this and give you the best both teams to score tips each week!

What Are The Best Both Teams To Score Tips?

We’ve two great accas this week – one for ‘NO’and another for ‘YES’ BTTS tips.

For more information on the scoring system please check out our BTTS strategy and scoring system page.

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Premier League Games – 19th August 2017

What a great start to the Premier League! Some great fixtures this weekend and our predictions are as below:

First up is Spurs v Chelsea. This will see Spurs playing at Wembley, where they are awful, against Chelsea who can’t keep a clean sheet. I have no idea what the result will be but goals are assured. Next up is Bournemouth v Watford. Bournemouth are great at home and score goals and are up against a Watford side that are set up to attack.

The last game we recommend for goals is Liverpool v Palace. On paper the reds should win this easily, but Palace have got a result at Anfield for the last three years in a row. Expect goals on both sides.

Premier League Games – 12th August 2017

Premier League football is back! Thanks goodness for that too. The wife was making me watch Love Island. Urgh.

Anyway – our algorithm is based on there being 5 games played in the PL for each team and, with this being the first game of the season and teams, squads and managers changing over the Summer I don’t personally think my system will be accurate as yet. So, here are my educated thoughts after trawling through pre-season games and squads.

‘Yes’ BTTS suggestions start with Southampton v Swansea. You might think that this will be an easy game for the Saints, but the Swans will be keen to make an impression after nearly going down last year. Southampton have a new manager, new players and may just take a few weeks to get going. All this might hinge on whether Sigurdsson looks like staying at the Swans by this stage.

Our next game is Newcastle v Spurs. I think we all expect the Geordies to get rolled over here, but I can see them getting a goal against a Spurs defence that has been rocked by a few injuries and player exits in the last few weeks. I’m sure Harry Kane will see them right, but it might not go all their own way. My last game might surprise a few people, but Manchester United v West Ham is exactly the sort of game United should win, but might struggle with.

After playing a tough game against Real Madrid they will have the Hammers turn up reasonably confident of causing some problems. The United defence still looks a bit iffy even after spending loads on Lindelof. United will win, but not by much- maybe 2-1 . Oh, and Lukaku always scores against West Ham so get your mortgage on him to be an any-time scorer.

You can get the ‘YES’ BTTS acca for 7/1 at Bet365!

In terms of suggestions for BTTS ‘No’ for the week, I’d start with Everton v Stoke. Stoke seemed to have been weakened with the transfer out of Arnautovic to West Ham, whilst Everton have flattered to deceive so far in pre-season. Lukaku might be tricky to replace after all – who knew? Last season Stoke won at Goodison 4-3 but I can see at least one of the teams failing to score this time. Maybe even both.

Chelsea v Burnley will also fall into this category but purely because I don’t think Burnley have a hope of scoring at Stamford Bridge. I can see this being an easy victory with a clean sheet now that John Terry isn’t given 15 minutes to let a goal in on his farewell tour. My final game involves Watford v Liverpool. The Reds are having a hard time over Coutinho at the moment but have a great record v Watford and will be confident of keeping the Hornets quiet.

You can get the ‘NO’ BTTS acca for 5/1 at Bet365!

Football League Games – 5th August 2017

No Premier League games this week, but football is BACK!!

It’s the start of the season for those in the Football League and the goals should come thick and fast, boosting our Both Teams To Score market considerably.

The first match that catches our eye is Fulham v Norwich. Both teams finished strongly last season and will be desperate to start the season well. The second game is QPR v Reading, who very nearly crept into the Premier League last season. QPR have invested a lot of money into their squad and, despite the fact I think they’ll lose the game, will no doubt score.

Southend v Blackburn will see Rovers starting the season strongly no doubt, but Southend have done well pre-season and I fancy both teams to get on the scoresheet. Finally I think that Portsmouth v Rochdale will throw up a few goals for both sides. Pompey have come up but will come up against a Rochdale side that I fancy to do well this year.

Premier League Games – Sunday 20th May

It’s the final Premier League day of the season! Unfortunately it looks like every issue is pretty much sorted. Relegation is sorted, the title is won and Liverpool and Man City will no doubt grab the last CL places. Best league in the world folks!

With loads of games finishing without both teams scoring in the last few weeks and the algorithm pointing in that direction, we can only suggest yet more ‘NO’ tips.

Our big ‘NO’ tip is Southampton v Stoke City with them both having negative figures from our scoring app. Our other tips are Swansea v West Brom and Leicester v Bournemouth. One final game that was suggested is Man Utd v Crystal Palace, but with United playing a reserve side anything could happen!

Home TeamAway TeamHome ScoreAway ScoreBTTS?Best Odds
LiverpoolMiddlesbrough5-4YES??Click for 19/20 best odds at William Hill
ChelseaSunderland2-7NO??Click for 23/20 best odds at William Hill
ArsenalEverton-21NO??Click for 3/4 best odds at Coral
LeicesterBournemouth-10NOClick for 21/20 best odds at Bet365
Man UtdC Palace00NOClick for 19/20 best odds at Bet365
WatfordMan City-32NO??Click for 11/10 best odds at Coral
SouthamptonStoke-5-1NO5/4 best odds at Paddy Power
Hull CitySpurs2-2NO??Click for 'Evens' best odds at Bet365
BurnleyWest Ham-32NO??Click for 8/11 best odds at SkyBet
SwanseaWest Brom0-3NOClick for 5/6 best odds at SkyBet

Hope you’ve enjoyed our tips this season. We’ll be back with more PL tips in August!

Premier League Games – 12th – 15th May

Loads of tips this week – 2 ‘YES’ BTTS tips and 4 ‘NO’ tips based on our algorithm. As we’ve had loads of ‘NO’ results in the last fortnight that sounds about right to me!

In the ‘YES’ pot for both teams to score are Man City v Leicester and Stoke v Arsenal. Both games give positive BTTS ratings based on their home or away standings and whilst the games will be tight there will be goals aplenty.

In the ‘NO’ camp we have four matches as follows. Middlesbrough v Southampton and Sunderland v Swansea should stink the place out whilst Crystal Palace v Hull should be nervy too as the relegation fight goes to the wire. Our last game is our most likely ‘NO’ tip but may be a surprise.

Spurs v Man United will be billed as a top 5 game but I believe that United will rest some of their big names and that Spurs will win a game easily that they don’t really need to turn up to.

Premier League Games – 5th – 8th May

Our two ‘YES’selections sees selections for Man City v Crystal Palace and also Swansea v Everton. Both games see teams at the bottom of the table battling to stay up.

Both games have teams with positive BTTS ratings and I can see there especially being a lot of goals in the Swansea game plus a consolation goal for Palace at the Etihad.

Our two ‘NO’ selections are West Ham v Spurs and Leicester v Watford. All four teams have low BTTS scores and are regularly in games that involve one team not scoring. These should be a shoe-in for more low-scoring fun!!

Home TeamAway TeamHome ScoreAway ScoreBTTS?Best Odds
LiverpoolMiddlesbrough5-4YES??Click for 19/20 best odds at William Hill
ChelseaSunderland2-7NO??Click for 23/20 best odds at William Hill
ArsenalEverton-21NO??Click for 3/4 best odds at Coral
LeicesterBournemouth-10NOClick for 21/20 best odds at Bet365
Man UtdC Palace00NOClick for 19/20 best odds at Bet365
WatfordMan City-32NO??Click for 11/10 best odds at Coral
SouthamptonStoke-5-1NO5/4 best odds at Paddy Power
Hull CitySpurs2-2NO??Click for 'Evens' best odds at Bet365
BurnleyWest Ham-32NO??Click for 8/11 best odds at SkyBet
SwanseaWest Brom0-3NOClick for 5/6 best odds at SkyBet

Premier League Games – 29th April – 1st May

Our ‘YES’ tips include one of the games of the weekend, where Everton take on Chelsea looking to get revenge on their 5-0 hammering earlier in the year. They might not get that but Everton v Chelsea sees the home side having a rating of ‘2’ and the away side having a BTTS rating of ‘3’. Get on this one! The second game includes Stoke City v West Ham. Not the most exciting of games I’m sure you’d agree, but the stats show that Stoke have a home BTTS rating of ‘1’ and West Ham have a high score of ‘4’ away from the London Stadium.

Our ‘NO’ tips see two fixtures where both sides have a negative score of -1. Not a huge score but enough, and looking at the fixtures I can see why the algorithm has picked these out!

Anyone else see Crystal Palace v Burnley and Man United v Swansea being full of goals? Anyone? Nope, me neither…

Premier League Games – 15th/17th April

Our ‘YES’ options are firstly Liverpool v Crystal Palace – the Reds love a home BTTS game, having 7 points from our system, with Palace having an away score of ‘1’. We also have West Ham v Everton, with the Hammers having a home score of ‘1’ and Everton having a high score of ‘4’ away from home.

Our ‘NO’ double involves Bournemouth v Middlesbrough (zero points plays minus two in that game), and Burnley v Man United (a minus 4 total at home for Burnley v zero points for United away). Both games could be pretty dire to be honest.

Premier League Games – 15th/17th April

Some cracking games this weekend, and we have a 5.5/1 3-team ‘YES’ acca for you!

Using our algorithm that looks at games that are contested by two ‘positive’ or ‘negative’ points tallies we have selected three. No obvious ‘NO’ BTTS selections were available this week.

So, our stand-out game is Southampton v Man City, with the Saints having a home score of 1 and City having 3 as an away tally. Should be a decent game and City can’t keep a clean sheet to save their lives!

Our other games are Watford v Swansea (1 points v 2 points) and Stoke City v Hull City (1 point plays zero points). The last game there is borderline but Hull are playing some decent stuff and will be scrapping for their lives. Get these three in your acca!

Premier League Games – 8th/9th April

Plenty of tips for this weekend thanks to the algorithm. Our headline tip is ‘Yes’ to West Ham v Swansea. The Hammers have a home BTTS rating of 2, whilst the Swans have an away rating of 4. Get on it folks!

Elsewhere we have a YES tip for Bournemouth v Chelsea (1pt v 3pts), whilst there are NO tips for Spurs v Watford and West Brom v Southampton. See below for the best odds!

Premier League Games – 4th/5th April

The games come thick and fast, and our tips this midweek come from two fixtures that you think are probably cut and dried. Well they might well be, but there should be goals in the games.

First up is our big tip – Arsenal v West Ham. Arsenal have a home BTTS rating of 3, but West Ham have a whopping BTTS away rating of 8! I would expect Arsenal to win too, but you can never tell with them!

The second tip is another surprise. Liverpool v Bournemouth. Again, you’d expect the home team to win but the Reds have a home BTTS rating of 6 whilst Bournemouth have a respectable rating of 3 away from home.

you can get good odds on each of them having goals in the game separately as below in our table, but we fancy the double with Bet365. What do you think?

Premier League Games – 1st/2nd April

This week we only have ‘YES’ both team to score tips for you! Starting with our big tip based on our algorithm – and that is Hull v West Ham. Hull have 2 points and West Ham have a huge 7 points, and two positive scores = a ‘YES’ tip!

Our other tips are Southampton v Bournemouth (2pts v 4pts), followed by Burnley v Spurs (2pts v 1pt) and then a surprise game. Manchester United v West Brom sounds like it should not see both teams score, but the stats don;t lie – United have 1pt at home and West Brom 2 points away. And last season they pulled off a surprise draw. The season before the Baggies won at Old Trafford. Can they do it again?

Get the best odds for the games below!

Premier League Games – 18th-20th March

The first of our ‘sure-fire’ BTTS tips is Bournemouth v Swansea. The Cherries have a home rating of 3, whilst the Swans have an away BTTS rating of 6! Two positive ratings make a good tip, so that’s where our money will be going!

Bournemouth have seen both teams score in 4 of their last 5 games, whilst Swansea have seen this happen in each of their last 5 away games whilst having a 64% overall percentage for both teams scoring in their games away from home this season.

Our second ‘YES’ tip is Man City v Liverpool, with each having a home/away rating of 3. Liverpool tend to do well against the top teams but have a leaky defence too. With City showing us against Monaco just how bad their defence is there could be plenty of goals in this one.

We move on to the games where we believe that at least one club won’t score.

Our first tip is Everton (home rating of -1) v Hull City (-2 away rating). Everton have a great home record recently and aren’t letting many in at all whilst Hull are on a good run but don’t create many chances at all. Everton have had clean sheets at home in 4 of their last 5 games. Make it 5 out of 6. Easy.

Our second tip is Spurs v Southampton. This one is more of a risk, but the stats show Spurs with a home BTTS rating of a whopping -5, with the Saints having a -1 away rating. Both teams have a low percentage overall for both teams scoring over the season with Spurs seeing both teams score in just 36% of thier home matches this year!

Home TeamAway TeamHome ScoreAway ScoreBTTS?Best Odds
LiverpoolMiddlesbrough5-4YES??Click for 19/20 best odds at William Hill
ChelseaSunderland2-7NO??Click for 23/20 best odds at William Hill
ArsenalEverton-21NO??Click for 3/4 best odds at Coral
LeicesterBournemouth-10NOClick for 21/20 best odds at Bet365
Man UtdC Palace00NOClick for 19/20 best odds at Bet365
WatfordMan City-32NO??Click for 11/10 best odds at Coral
SouthamptonStoke-5-1NO5/4 best odds at Paddy Power
Hull CitySpurs2-2NO??Click for 'Evens' best odds at Bet365
BurnleyWest Ham-32NO??Click for 8/11 best odds at SkyBet
SwanseaWest Brom0-3NOClick for 5/6 best odds at SkyBet

Premier League Games – 11th-13th March

So, after the last couple of week’s successes we have the following recommendations, both being ‘YES’ predictions.

Firstly we have Bournemouth v West Ham. Both have positive BTTS ratings (2v6) meaning that we think both teams will score at some point.

Our second prediction may surprise some. Liverpool v Burnley. Whilst Liverpool are huge favourites (so maybe link them to win with BTTS) the stats tell us that they will both score. Liverpool have a score of 4 at home and Burnley have the same rating for their away games. In fact Burnley have scored in their last 5 away matches!

Home TeamAway TeamHome ScoreAway ScoreBTTS?Best Odds
LiverpoolMiddlesbrough5-4YES??Click for 19/20 best odds at William Hill
ChelseaSunderland2-7NO??Click for 23/20 best odds at William Hill
ArsenalEverton-21NO??Click for 3/4 best odds at Coral
LeicesterBournemouth-10NOClick for 21/20 best odds at Bet365
Man UtdC Palace00NOClick for 19/20 best odds at Bet365
WatfordMan City-32NO??Click for 11/10 best odds at Coral
SouthamptonStoke-5-1NO5/4 best odds at Paddy Power
Hull CitySpurs2-2NO??Click for 'Evens' best odds at Bet365
BurnleyWest Ham-32NO??Click for 8/11 best odds at SkyBet
SwanseaWest Brom0-3NOClick for 5/6 best odds at SkyBet

Premier League Games – 4th-6th March

So some big games this weekend, and some great opportunities to make some money. Our big ‘YES’ tip is Swansea v Burnley.

They both have ratings/scores of 2 and have leaky defences so we think there could be goals in this one. Combine it with a Swansea win for even better odds.

Our ‘NO’ tip is a great one too. Leicester City and Hull City battle with awful BTTS scores. Leicester have a home BTTS score of -3, whilst Hull have an away score of -5.

You can get great odds of 10/11 on there not being both teams score.

Premier League Games – 25th-27th February

So the Premier League is back and we have some tips for you as below. Only two fixtures stand out as being sure-fire BTTS tips, with Watford v West Ham being a stand-out tip. Both teams have a rating of 5 home and away respectively so are involved in BTTS games regularly. Get your money on whilst you can!

We also have West Brom v Bournemouth as a BTTS tip based on our stats system. See more offers and odds below.

We’ve also got loads of BTTS offers for those who prefer ‘NO’ tips. Palace v Middlesbrough is a standout tip there, with both having a negative score. Both sides scoring looks very doubtful indeed.

Premier League Games – 11th/12th/13th February

We have 6/1 accas for both the ‘YES’ both teams to score games this week, and a 6/1 ‘NO’ BTTS option too!


Our selections are led by Liverpool v Spurs, who have a rating of ‘7’ based on our scoring system, but helped a great deal by the fact that Liverpool have 6 of those points! Their away record for having both teams score is very impressive (4 of the last 5 games).

Man United v Watford follows which might surprise some, but a score of 3 puts it in our acca alongside Bournemouth v Man City. Our final game has a rating of ‘4’ which is boosted by Bournemouth having a strong BTTS record across the board. City still have a shaky defence and we expect there to be lots of goals in the Monday night game.

‘NO’ BTTS Acca

Burnley v Chelsea leads the way with a huge score of -6 this week. This is boosted by Chelsea’s score of -5 and their ability to keep clean sheets for fun. Should be easy for the Blues.

Our second selection is West Ham v West Brom. The Hammers have a BTTS score of -4 against West Brom’s zero points which points to West Ham being great or awful at home. Which one will turn up this weekend?

The final game on our list is Sunderland v Southampton. Sunderland surprised us all last weekend with their win v Palace and play a Southampton team with a -2 rating away from home. I’m expecting a clean sheet for one of the teams but god knows which way that’ll go!

Premier League Games – 4th/5th February

Well my ‘YES’ selections, based on the stats, might cause some raised eyebrows this week. Many people will think that Man City and Liverpool will be good bets for a clean sheet against teams struggling against the drop.
However, Man City v Swansea and Hull City v Liverpool both take pride of place in my ‘YES’ both teams to score acca.

Man City make a habit of letting in goals at home even if they win and have an 82% both teams score ratio, whilst Swansea see both teams score in 64% of their away games. City had a clean sheet on Wednesday night but it was West Ham after all. And Swansea seem to have turned a corner. I can see Man City winning but not having it all their own way.

Hull City have a new manager too and are looking a bit more settled, despite selling their best players in January. I can see them too throwing everything they have at a Liverpool team who will score a few but can always let a daft goal in as a consolation. Both teams have a BTTS rating of over 64% home or away respectively.

The last game is West Brom v Stoke. West Brom are actually pretty decent at home and normally score a few goals but Stoke have a 73% away BTTS rating. I can see them snatching a draw or at least scoring one, probably from West Brom old-boy Berahino.

See our ‘NO’ BTTS acca tips below.

Our ‘NO’ acca, which includes matches where one or both teams will not score, includes three low-scoring teams of late.

The first game sees Spurs take on Middlesbrough with Spurs having a 36% home BTTS rating. That’s linked to the large number of clean sheets they’ve kept this year. Boro have a 55% away rating but have stopped playing at all recently. It could be a long afternoon for Boro!

Palace v Sunderland and Everton v Bournemouth both have 55-45 home/away ratings, and I can see Big Sam keeping a clean sheet against Sunderland with his Palace side. He’ll know how to keep Sunderland quiet and it could be a 0-0 classic Sam/Moyes slog.

Everton are a team I also expect to keep a clean sheet with Bournemouth slowing down in terms of scoring goals recently. One goal could be enough and I think it’ll go the Toffees’ way.

Midweek Premier League Games – 31st Jan/1st February

We have a 5.5/1 ‘YES’ Both Teams To Score acca! We start with the two games that are guaranteed to have both teams score statistically speaking.

Bournemouth take on a struggling Crystal Palace, with both teams good at attacking but pretty terrible at keeping clean sheets. This has been a known tactic for Bournemouth all season, but I thought Big Sam was meant to be decent defensively?

The other game is Sunderland v Spurs. Defoe will score for Sunderland. Spurs will win 4-1. Pretty easy that one!
The final game in our selection is Burnley v Leicester. Now, Leicester let us down last time by not scoring but both they and Burnley need points to survive and I can see both teams going for it. Burnley to win this wouldn’t surprise me too.

We also have a 5/1 ‘NO’ acca! Our selection of games where both teams will not score starts at Old Trafford where Hull City roll into town. Despite the Red Devils getting beaten by Hull last week in the League Cup semi and still going through, they will be out for revenge. I can see this being an easy win for United.

Next game in our acca will no doubt be the dullest game of the night. Stoke City v Everton. Both teams have a 45% BTTS rating and will battle it out on a dour cold Wednesday night in Stoke. Great.

Our final game is between Swansea and Southampton. I wasn’t sure about this one, but apart from the fact that Southampton have a 36% away BTTS rating, they seem to have just given up now they are in the League Cup Final. Not surprising that they have had their heads turned – this is Swansea’s opportunity to grab the three points they desperately need with a clean sheet.

The game of the midweek is undoubtedly Liverpool v Chelsea though. Again, I’ve been unsure which way to go with it.
Liverpool have a home BTTS rating of 70% but Chelsea only have a 27% away rating.

This tells me that Liverpool can’t keep a clean sheet and that Chelsea have a great record away from home whilst not letting goals in, but something might just give tomorrow night. I think Chelsea will end up winning due to the Reds’ fragile confidence and poor defence. I also think Liverpool will score though.

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League Cup Semi-Finals

Well I wish that I was a bit more enthusiastic about these games but I can see them being pretty straight-forward in one game and very cagey in another.

Manchester United take on a Hull City side that haven’t scored against the Red Devils in four meetings. Mourinho will no doubt just do enough in this match as they already have a two goal lead from the first leg.

In the other match Liverpool take on a Southampton side that will probably park the bus at Anfield and look to silence the crowd, especially if they are missing van Dijk in defence. I can see this being settled by just one goal or being a white-wash from Liverpool.

I’d therefore combine the two games into a ‘NO’ BTTS acca. Doing that and combining wins for Liverpool and United brings a 5/1 acca.

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Premier League, Saturday 20th January

We have a 5/1 ‘YES’ BTTS tip and a 4/1 ‘NO’ acca. Read on/below for more details.


We start with a 5/1 acca from Bet365!

Our first pick is for the tie of the weekend to have some goals in it. Man City (80% of games at home have seen BTTS this season) have a very leaky defence as was proven against Everton last weekend but have a great threat up front, especially at home.

With Spurs (who see BTTS away from home 70% of the time) rolling into town this could be full of goals. Especially seeing as how Vertonghen is injured for a few weeks. Wimmer is not the best back-up defender in the league and more opportunities will appear for both sides.
That was an easy one. The next two games are a a slight punt and see a little bit of knowledge outside of the stats coming into play.

Palace have a 60% BTTS home rating and take on an Everton side with just a 50% away BTTS percentage. However both teams are scoring goals whilst letting them in too, especially away from home for Everton. With Big Sam winding Palace up I’d expect them to score, but Everton have Lukaku in great form and should win at least 2-1.

The last game is Southampton, who have scored one goal in each of their last 6 matches, take on Leicester who have a 70% away BTTS rating. Leicester haven’t won away from home in the league but always score as well as concede, and this could well be repeated at Southampton who will be getting tired after their FA Cup tie in the week. They may also have one eye on the league cup semi on Tuesday night.

“NO” BTTS Tips!

We also have a 4/1 acca for you in the ‘No’ market.

Our ‘NO’ acca starts with an easy one. Arsenal at home to Burnley will see a clean sheet for the Gunners, no problem. Burnley have a 33% BTTS record away from home. NEXT!

The next one is straightforward too. Chelsea have a 40% home/33% overall record and take on a Hull side with a 40% away record. And those percentages are down to Chelsea getting lots of clean sheets at home and Hull not scoring away from home!

The final pick is one that might be a risk but what the hell. Middlesbrough have a 30% BTTS record at home and take on a West Ham side with a 70% away record. This would normally point to an easy win and clean sheet for the away side but Boro have a pretty good home record this season. I can see them winning to nil.

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Premier League, Saturday 13th January

We’ve a couple of great Accas this weekend in the Premier League, including a 10/1 four team “YES” tip.

Our 10/1 Acca with Bet365 includes West Ham, Man United, Watford and Everton. Each of these fixtures has the best statistical chance of having both teams score in the game.

West Ham don’t have a great home BTTS record but take on Palace, who have seen 80% of their away games see both teams score. Watford have an 80% home BTTS record and play Middlesbrough who have a healthy 60% record. Everton with 60% of home games seeing both teams score take on Man City, who also ahve a good rating of 60%

Our best tip though is for Man United v Liverpool to have both teams score. United have a 70% home BTTS record whilst Liverpool have a 64% away record. Both teams will be desperate to get a good result and don’t have the best defences this year!

In the ‘NO’ market I have found three games with a low BTTS percentage that catch my eye. They are Leicester (home record of 50%) v Chelsea (30 away record!) for starters. I then have Hull v Bournemouth and Spurs v West Brom. I fully expect each of those games have at least one team not score.

FA Cup 3rd Round, Saturday 7th January

We are winding up to providing you with stats and tips for this weekend’s Premier League games, but in the meantime here are some of our offers from Coral and Betfair.

If you fancy the BTTS market I would encourage the ‘NO’ option to be taken as I can see Man Utd crushing Hull at home (with Hull parking the bus as much as they can) and Southampton and Liverpool having a stalemate too. Liverpool will be wanting to keep a clean sheet ahead of the return leg at Anfield whilst Southampton are short on firepower. Both sides could be happy with a 0-0 going into the second leg. Away goals only count at the end of extra time of the second leg, but this could be a tight match so both teams will be mindful of it.

So the Premier League is having a break for the weekend! We still fancy a couple of accas though in the meantime. This time we’re going to ignore the previous stats for BTTS. The reasons are that the teams will be playing reserve sides a lot of the time and also it’s tricky to gauge how PL teams will do against lower sides.

And we have made it into a 75/1 acca by moving it into a BTTS and WIN tip!

So here is my BTTS and WIN acca – Everton, Bournemouth and Southampton being involved.

Everton take on Leicester at Goodison Park. Whilst the last game saw Everton win 2-0 I expect both sides to give other players a chance via squad rotation. With the Everton defence being leaky at the best of times I can see them conceding but getting through at least 2-1, hence the tip.

Second up is Millwall v Bournemouth. Both teams are in great scoring form but find it difficult to keep clean sheets in their own leagues. I would again expect Bournemouth to get through as they are a resilient side and will just have too much for the Londoners. Just.

The final game is my long-shot. A 5-1 shot as I believe that Norwich will beat a heavily rotated Saints side struggling for form. Norwich are inconsistent at the moment but won 3-0 in their last game and will fancy a shock. Southampton will be concentrating on rotating their side after Xmas and may slip up but should score at least one goal.

So start your New Year with cash in your pocket and follow our tips!

3rd January 2016

Special one for tonight as Bournemouth take on Arsenal. This was one of our BTTS tips for the week and this is strengthened by the stats. In the 19 games played so far this season Arsenal have played 19, won 8 and seen 42% of their matches see both teams score and them come out on top! Bournemouth will be throwing everything at Arsenal that they can, especially from free kicks and corners. With Arsenal not being great defensively this could cause them a load of problems.

Bet365 go big on this one at 9/4 that both teams will score and Arsenal will win. Click the link below to sign up/log in and bet!

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2nd January 2017

Happy New Year all! Time to make some cash!

Our ‘YES’ both teams to score tip this week is the 5/1 acca for the West Ham, Sunderland and Bournemouth games to all have both teams score!

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West Ham will no doubt be throwing everything they have at Man United on Monday, with United not having the best of defences in recent times. I can see Carroll getting one as they launch the ball forwards. The second game of our acca is Sunderland v Liverpool. The Reds have a reasonable defence and will probably win this game, but I can see a consolation on the cards as Defoe is on great form.

The last game is Bournemouth v Arsenal. Again, Arsenal will be strong favourites but at home Bournemouth are a force going forwards. Should be a cracker that game.

Our ‘NO’ both teams to score tip is a three team acca too. We have Man City (who have a high BTTS record actually at 78% at home) playing Burnley, who have the lowest percentage in the league at 25% for their away games. A rare clean sheet for City I think.

The second game is Stoke v Watford as both teams have a 44% BTTS record for their home and away records respectively. My thought is that one of those records will continue to have a low rating. The final game is West Brom v Hull. Hull have a 33% away BTTS record and I can see West Brom keeping a clean sheet at the Hawthorns!

30th December 2016/NYE Weekend

We’ve got a 5/1 tip for a ‘Yes’ BTTS acca and a …. See below for more details.

The festive football continues with the New Years Eve weekend matches. We’ve got all the facts about who is likely to make you some BTTS cash. Loving this!!

Our ‘YES’ acca is a 5/1 special from Bet365 – With Watford, Liverpool and Arsenal games likely to see both teams score in the match.

Watford v Spurs is one that stands out, with Watford having both teams score in 78% of their home games and Spurs being involved in both teams scoring in 67% of away games. Both teams are in goalscoring form and it could be a cracker. Liverpool v Man City will be a high scorer too, with both teams unable to keep a clean sheet. Liverpool home games = 75% and City have a 67% away/72% overall record!

Arsenal v Palace is the last choice, with Arsenal having a 67% home BTTS record and a leaky defence whilst Palace being the BTTS kings. They have an amazing 89% BTTS record away from home!

I also have a wildcard entry with Swansea (67% home BTTS record) playing Bournemouth (44% away record). The Cherries are an attacking team that will put the managerless team under pressure. They’ll fancy their chances. That pushes our acca up to 8.5/1!

Our “NO” tip this week is for the Chelsea, Burnley, Man United and Southampton games to have one team not score at least. That brings up a 6/1 acca with Bet365 that can’t be ignored this weekend!

To be honest the teams we have chosen should not have too much of a problem keeping a clean sheet, with at least one team in each fixture having a low BTTS percentage due to their dominance this season. Should be able to collect up some money for you to spend in the sales!

26th/27th/28th December 2016 Week

Some fantastic festive football for us all and a chance to win some cash too! Here are our tips based on the table below.

So my tip for the acca for BTTS today are the Watford, Swansea and Hull games, with the kicker being the Arsenal game. The 4 games makes up a 9/1 acca!

Watford have a 75% home record for games having goals in them whilst Palace who they play today have an 88% (!) record of away games and 71% overall. That’s my nailed on tip of the day, even with defensive Big Sam involved. Swansea can’t keep a clean sheet and have a 63% home BTTS record with West Ham having a 75% away BTTS score. Goals will be involved!

Hull City have a 63% home record for BTTS and Man City are in town with a 75% away BTTS record. With City having a poor defence this season this is a tip we like. That acca will get you 4/1 with Bet365, but we also have a 9/1 tip for you!

You might think we are mad but our final tip is Arsenal v West Brom. Arsenal are in great form and will win, but they have a 75% record of their home games having both teams score. West Brom have a 63% away record so I expect them to grab a goal, even if it’s a consolation.

Our non-BTTS tip is for Chelsea to not let a goal in against Bournemouth, Burnley and Boro to stink the place out with one of them not scoring, Sunderland failing to score against Man United and finally Everton to fail to score against Leicester.

That acca will grab you 9/1 via the link above, and believe me there are plenty of teams playing today who are failing to hit the back of the net recently.

17th December 2016 Weekend

Our first pick is West Brom v Man United. This one is kind’ve obvious as West Brom tend to score goals at home but be pretty leaky at the back. They take on a United side that are starting to win games again but can’t keep a clean sheet, relying instead on Zlatan’s goals. Both sides see 63% of their games have both teams score so my money on this stat increasing for both.

Second up is Man City v Arsenal. Both teams have 75% of their games see both teams score. Too big a percentage to score and again, both teams are relying on strikers protecting their awful defences. The final game is a match that is always full of passion and normally goals for both sides at Goodison. Everton see 75% of their home games see home teams score/63% total, whilst Liverpool see 67% of away games/69% overall of games see both teams score.

You can get that acca at 4/1 from Bet365, where you can get a £200 welcome bonus if you don’t already have an account.

You can also get good odds on those games that might not see both teams score.

Spurs v Burnley sees two of the lowest BTTS prospects play each other. Spurs see just a third of their matches have both teams score, whilst Burnley see just 14% of their away games have both score. Bournemouth v Southampton should see plenty of passion but very few goals, with Bournemouth seeing just 50% of their games have both score and Southampton even less at 38%.

West Ham v Hull is the last game we have in our acca, with both teams in pretty terrible form. The Hammers see 50% of their home games see both teams score. Hull see 38% of their games see both teams score. Could even be 0-0 this one!

You can get 5/1 at Bet365 for these three seeing at least one team in each game going home with a clean sheet.

10th December 2016 Weekend

There are some cracking games this weekend and some brilliant ways to win some cash. For our tips on how to win some money based on actual facts check out the tips under the table below.

I’ve selected three games where I think there will be both teams scoring for a 4/1 acca with William Hill.

Leicester City take on a Man City team who can’t keep a clean sheet for love not money. Despite Leicester getting thrashed in the week they have seen both teams score in 71% of all their games. With Man City having both teams score in 79% of their matches it’s a no-brainer. Elsewhere Man Utd (64% of all games) take on Spurs (71% of all away games) in what will probably be a high scoring draw.

Lastly we see Liverpool take on West Ham. Might be a surprise but the Hammers have seen both teams score in 71% of their away matches, with Liverpool letting in goals in 67% of their home games. If you want to add Liverpool to win and BTTS to the bet you can get them at 8/5 at Bet365.

I also have a 5/1 acca for you, with those odds available from Bet365.

Chelsea take on West Brom, with both teams scoring in just 43% of their matches. West Brom have done well away from home but they are unlikely to score at Stamford Bridge. It’s the same for Southampton as they take on Middlesbrough. I expect Southampton (43% of all games seeing BTTS) to win easily to nil.

Finally we see Burnley take on Bournemouth. Neither side have seen over 50% of their games have both teams score. nil nil nil nil. In fact get 11/1 on the nil nil final result with Paddy Power!!

3rd December 2016 Weekend

Some cracking games this week and offers, especially when it comes to BTTS bets. The best one we’ve seen is William Hill offering enhanced odds of there being BTTS in the game between Chelsea and Man City. This has been enhanced from 8/13 to Evens at Hills. One to jump on quickly as these offers are limited!

Of the games that look nailed on for a BTTS extravanganza – Sunderland v Leicester is the stand-out game. Sunderland have a 67% record of both teams scoring in their home games, whilst Leicester have seen 83% of their games see both teams scoring! 5/6 odds as per below seems a steal.

Elsewhere, Everton v Man United looks like it’d be a BTTS certainty. Everton have seen both teams score in 67% of their home games whilst United, whilst only having scored in 50% of their away games, are right back in goalscoring form. As below, you can get that at 8/13 with 888 sports.

My final selection would be Crystal Palace v Southampton. Palace have seen both teams score in 67% of their home games and 77% of all games. Whilst Southampton have only seen a figure of 50% for their away games they have been on fire in the last few matches. They are nailed on to score away from home and I can see Palace getting one or two as well. You can get 4/5 odds on a ‘yes’ as below too.

Overall I’d link the Sunderland, Everton and Palace games in an acca, with best odds of 8/1 at Bet365 for the three coming in. You can get a £200 welcome bonus too if you don’t have an account as yet.

26th November 2016 Weekend

Slim pickings according to the stats this week, with only one fixture giving a match-up of over 65%. i.e. both teams have seen both teams score in over 65% of their games this season.

That game is Swansea (67%) v Crystal Palace (75%), should give us some goals and I would get my money on this at 7/10 at Bet365. Not huge odds but buying money in my eyes.

Liverpool v Middlesborough could give an interesting pay-out too, with both teams scoring in 80% of Liverpool’s home games and in 67% of Boro away games. You can get that at 19/20 at Bet365 too.

Ignoring stats you can also look at games like Chelsea v Spurs. Chelsea have had only 20% of their home games see both teams score as their defence is looking too damn good recently. Thing is, Spurs have a habit of scoring in London derbies, especially through Harry Kane. He looks fit and dangerous again and if he gets a chance he’ll put it away.

Don’t touch:
Burnley (20% of games BTTS in at home) play Man City (BTTS in 75% of all games) – can’t see anything other than a simple win for City.

19th November 2016 Weekend

Some great games this weekend, with some huge Derbies. We have the details on these games below – betting on there being a clear winner in each game would return odds of 10/1 at Bet365. Would you be confident? Feel free to mix and match with their BTTS odds!

United v Arsenal – No – 1/1

Mourinho has a great record against Wenger and will be desperate to get something out of the match, or at least make sure Wenger comes away with nothing. Expect United to set up to frustrate Arsenal who have looked a little wobbly in recent weeks.

Atletico v Real Madrid – No – 21/20

Atletico have a reputation for getting results against Real Madrid in recent seasons and three of their last five encounters have seen both teams fail to score.

Dortmund v Bayern – No – 11/10

Dortmund go into the fixture in fairly poor form, currently 5th in the Bundesliga table with three draws and a loss in their last five. Expect Bayern to win, and win well, with Dormund failing to score against Munich in five of their last seven.

AC Milan vs Inter – No – 21/20

Quite a contrast between the two Milan sides this season with AC enjoying a return to form whilst Inter struggle in 9th place. In their last five matches, one side has failed to score and this match looks no different.

12th November 2016 Weekend

Well that was a profitable weekend in a way, with Liverpool winning and also letting Watford score in their ‘7 goal thriller’. What I didn’t expect based on the stats provided was for every team apart from Everton to score over the course of the weekend!

This weekend see a cluster of Football League clubs playing that have a decent chance of being in the goals. There are high scoring but low-performing teams at the bottom of the league playing free-scoring teams heading for the play-offs. Always a good measure of a BTTS fixture.

Our tips?

Millwall v Bristol Rovers
Gillingham v Northampton Town
Milton Keynes v Walsall
Exeter City v Doncaster Rovers
Coventry City v Scunthorpe United

Each of these fixtures have a high chance of goals for both sides. Try one of our free bets with it too.

Last we saw the odds of BTTS for the above games was a tempting 12/1 at Bet365.


5th November 2016 Weekend

Some great games this weekend, and plenty of chances to get some cash in via the BTTS method. We’ve again looked at the stats and have these recommendations.

Good chance: Liverpool v Watford – on the face of it you’d think that Liverpool will win this game but the stats tell us that Watford have a good chance of grabbing a goal. Link that to the fact that Liverpool still have quite a leaky defence and I’d suggest that even a cheeky Liverpool to win BTTS bet!

Don’t touch: Burnley v Crystal Palace; West Ham v Stoke City.

You know what, I’ve had a look at the stats a little further – there are very few matches for good chance bets this weekend. Arsenal v Spurs should have goals in it and Swansea v Manchester United has potential but going on the potential for teams to definitely score based on past performance? There’s not a lot out there.

Possibly save your cash for after the International break!


29th October 2016 Weekend

So this week seems some intriguing fixtures – we’ll have a look at those that are coming up on Saturday in the Premier League.

Using the latest stats from the excellent statsdon’tlie website we have worked out which fixtures have the best chance of seeing goals in the games between them. It’s hard to predict who is going to win these days so we’ll let the facts speak for themselves.

Looking at the table below (scroll down) we can see that Liverpool and Man City are statistically more likely to be involved in a BTTS game. Whilst West Brom (who play City) sit in the middle of that table, Palace sit in third. That makes Palace v Liverpool our first easy pick.

We’ll also go with West Brom v City as they have both scored in 75% of their games home or away respectively.

Spurs v Leicester looks a decent game but Tottenham’s defence is a bit too good. 44% of their games have seen both teams score. In a similar way, Middlesbrough and Bournemouth have a lower chance of having BTTS as Boro have drawn a blank in many of their games. Could be a risky pick that one, although Bournemouth are good going forward and Boro will be fancying their chances at home. Boro do have a 75% home scoring rate so far.

Man Utd v Burnley should be avoided as Burnley only have a 33% BTTS rate.

Sunderland v Arsenal could be a game to watch as they both have a 56% BTTS rate, but would you really back a David Moyes side to score against Arsenal right now? He’ll be packing that defence tightly for sure. Watford v Hull could be an open game as Watford are high in the table with a 67% rate, whilst Hull City have 56%. Would you trust Hull though, especially as Diomende is now banned? They have scored in 75% of their away games though, and Watford have in every home game so far.

For that reason, our picks are:

Definite picks: Crystal Palace v Liverpool; West Brom v Man City
Possible picks: Middlesbrough v Bournemouth; Watford v Hull
Don’t touch: Spurs v Leicester; Man United v Burnley; Sunderland v Arsenal

I’ve chosen the Palace, West Brom and Middlesbrough games in a treble – you can get odds of 5.5/1 at Bet365, plus get yourself a £200 welcome bonus if you’re not with them already.

Or go with Coral for the same odds and get one of their special enhanced odds offers as an introductory bonus!


What Is BTTS?

btts exampleBTTS, or ‘both teams to score’ basically means that both teams will score in that match. You will be betting that the game doesn’t finish with at least one team having a clean sheet. You can bet on one game or multiple ones within an Acca. Some bookies also allow you to cash out during this multiple bet.

Both Teams To Score and Win Tips

As well as the simple BTTS market you can also make big money with some simple alterations. Decent odds can be taken by having an accumulator of the matches as mentioned previously.

The best market to make big money is the ‘both teams to score and win’ one. How does this work? It’s simple really.

All you need to do is pick a match where you both think teams will score but where one team will win. For example, if you think that Manchester United and Chelsea will both score in a game where they play each other but that United will win? You’d choose that game as having BTTS and select Man United as the team that would win.

You can also select an accumulator including a number of these matches and winners. That’s where the huge winnings can be made!

Where Do You Find The Best BTTS Options?

Well that’s an easy one. Personally I’ve been following and betting on football for over twenty years and have access to a large stats database. Some of the tips will be based on stats, some on recent form and some from instinct. Most of them will be a combination of all three.

back of the netYou can find some both teams to score twitter accounts, but don’t trust all of them. Some of them just look at the markets and stick a pin in the games! I mean, this can work obviously, but we like to be a little more scientific. The Goran’s system both teams to score option is popular and has done very well. Be aware that our tips are completely free though.

In terms of bookies to use, those that allow for acca insurance such as William Hill or Bet365 also give you the chance to get your money back. If you have 5 selections or more and one loses they’ll give you your stake back as a free bet!

Do You Have Any both Teams To Score Tips This Weekend?

There will be plenty of tips around during the football season for the BTTS markets. We will select five games every weekend that will start with both teams to score tips Saturday selections. Most football fans that I know love to bet no the 3pm Saturday games. Despite the fact that Sky have move the Premier League games around!

We’ll also look at the following day and Monday night fixtures to see where the value is. It won’t need to be all about the big teams, and probably won’t be every week. After all, you’d expect the big teams such as Chelsea to keep a lot of clean sheets. With that you should expect to see both teams to score tips Sunday too.

So keep coming back to this page and we’ll give you all the best both teams to score tips and help make you some cash!