BTTS Both Teams To Score Strategy & Points Scoring System

The BTTS Scoring System that we’ve developed to recommend our Premier League both teams to score tips each week is documented as below.

Essentially we award each team playing each week a number of points based on whether they are likely to both score a goal and let one in each week.

So each team will be judged and accumulate (or lose) points across 4 different sections each week. Those playing at home will only be judged over the ‘Home’ plus ‘Overall’ sections as you can imagine.

Please note that previous head-to-head records have been removed as a criteria as it wasn’t working out and was skewing the data in fixtures where the teams had barely faced each other over the last 50 years!

So, here is the points system.

Last 5 Home Games

We look at the last 5 home games that the home team that week has played, and award points as follows for the number of games that both teams have scored:
+3 – all 5 games have both teams score
+2 – 4 out of the 5 games have both teams score
+1 – 3 out of the 5 games have both teams score
0 – 2 out of 5 games
-1 – 1 out of 5 games
-2 – none of the last 5 games have seen both teams score

Last 5 Away Games

As above, we look at the last 5 away games that the away team that week has played, and award points as follows for the number of games that both teams have scored:
+3 – all 5 games (out of 5) have both teams score
+2 – 4 out of the 5 games have both teams score
+1 – 3 out of the 5 games have both teams score
0 – 2 out of 5 games
-1 – 1 out of 5 games
-2 – none of the last 5 games have seen both teams score

Last 5 Games Overall

As with the two sections above we look at the last 5 games (home and away combined) that the team has played, and award points as follows for the number of games that both teams have scored:
+3 – all 5 games have both teams score
+2 – 4 out of the 5 games have both teams score
+1 – 3 out of the 5 games have both teams score
0 – 2 out of 5 games
-1 – 1 out of 5 games
-2 – none of the last 5 games have seen both teams score

BTTS Percentages Home

Points are awarded as follows based on the percentage of games that the team playing at home has seen both teams score in their home games that season (league games only).
+2 points = >75% of home games seeing BTTS
+1 points = 65%-74% of home games seeing BTTS
-1 points = Less than 50% of games seeing BTTS at home
-2 points = Less than 40% of games

BTTS Percentages Away

As above, points are awarded as follows based on the percentage of games that the team playing away has seen both teams score in their away games that season (league games only).
+2 points = >75% of away games seeing BTTS
+1 points = 65%-74% of away games seeing BTTS
-1 points = Less than 50% of games seeing BTTS away
-2 points = Less than 40% of games

BTTS Overall

As above, this takes into account all games that the teams have played, both home and away.
Points are awarded as follows based on the percentage of games that the team has seen both teams score that season (league games only).
+2 points = >75% of games seeing BTTS
+1 points = 65%-74% of games seeing BTTS
-1 points = Less than 50% of games seeing BTTS
-2 points = Less than 40% of games

As an example a team playing at home may have seen 3 of their last 5 home games have both teams score. That would see them get 1 point for that. Then overall they might have 4 of their last 5 games in total have both teams score. That’s another 2 points.

They may, though, have a low BTTS percentage over the season and collect some minus points for having under 50% of their games have both teams score. A team could end up with 3 points overall. Should the away team have 4 points using the same system that fixture would have 7 points overall, which is a positive and decent score.

Fixtures may also end up a minus figure should Chelsea (loads of clean sheets) play Leicester City (can’t score). That would clearly make up one of our ‘NO’ selections when putting our accas together.

So, if you have any questions just ask via the Contact page. Happy betting!

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