Both Teams to Score Tips - Saturday


The Both Teams to Score betting market is one of the most popular markets in the world and no matter what league or tournament players are viewing, they can add BTTS bets to their bet slip. The Both Teams to Score market is one of the simplest markets to understand is that if both teams score within your chosen game, you have a winning bet. It is also a great online betting market if you’re looking for good value. You can place any of these accumulators using the Bet UK Acca Club.

Each week, Bet UK will be taking a look at the biggest leagues across Europe and bringing you our BTTS treble. So whether it’s the Premier League, Serie A, Ligue 1 or the Bundesliga, we’ll be browsing all of the main games to make our selections.

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As we browse the btts betting markets, we're always on the lookout for some standout fixtures as we put together our both teams to score tips, and below, we've selected our top choices. Premier League: Betting Tips (Acca) - Saturday, February 24

Another busy Saturday of English football lies ahead, with Premier League title-chasers Arsenal hosting Newcastle in an evening blockbuster after the usual feast of 3pm kick-offs.

Both teams to score (BTTS) accumulators have never been more popular - and here we pinpoint four matches which can be put together in a Premier League BTTS acca.

Crystal Palace v Burnley

The Roy Hodgson era is over at Selhurst Park and Crystal Palace fans can expect a more positive approach from their new gaffer, Oliver Glasner.

The 49-year-old Austrian does not have a tough act to follow, given Palace have lost 10 of their last 17 games. Glasner will be thrilled to have a home fixture against Burnley as his opening challenge, and it would be a surprise should the Eagles fail to get on the scoresheet on Saturday.

Glasner was watching from the stands when Palace drew 1-1 at Everton on Monday. The former Eintracht Frankfurt boss is known for an attacking philosophy and he will be keen to impress the home fans with a few goals in his first game in charge.

Burnley have scored in their last five Premier League away games, including trips to Aston Villa, Manchester City and Liverpool, suggesting they may also net in south London.

Aston Villa v Nottingham Forest

Aston Villa bounced back from a sticky spell with a 2-1 victory at Fulham last Saturday and the Villans should start in positive fashion against Nottingham Forest.

Villa are having a superb season, scoring 31 goals in their 12 Premier League outings at Villa Park this term, and their lofty title aspirations have not entirely vanished. Ollie Watkins is building a formidable reputation, attracting the attention of some of Europe's biggest clubs.

Expect Watkins and his Villa pals to torment the Tricky Trees in this Midlands dust-up. Forest, though, have hope of getting on the scoresheet themselves, given Villa are missing defenders like Diego Carlos, Ezri Konsa and Tyrone Mings. Forest have scored in their last eight Premier League matches and should be backed to continue that run.

Manchester United v Fulham

Manchester United have won five games in a row and morale is improving at Old Trafford. Expect the Red Devils to enjoy themselves against Fulham and continue their streak of scoring in nine consecutive games.

Rasmus Hojlund scored two goals in the first seven minutes against Luton last Sunday, but Man United let the Premier League minnows get one of their own. A similar scenario may develop against Fulham where a high-scoring home win seems on the cards.

United have scored a total of eight goals in their last three home games, but they still look suspect at the back. Fulham can nick one to keep the BTTS acca going.

Brighton v Everton

Brighton scored five goals at Sheffield United last time out and the Seagulls have got some confidence coursing back through their veins. In their last home game, they stuffed rivals Crystal Palace 4-1, and Everton may suffer a similar treatment.

Everton beat Brighton 5-1 at the Amex Stadium last season – a counter-attacking masterpiece – and the Toffeemen will feel they can conjure at least a goal this time around.

Football Betting Tips

August to February - Best teams for BTTS in Top 5 Leagues

Who are the best teams for the BTTS market? Well, it depends based on who are the home team but for BTTS games, check out some of the teams below.

Premier League:

TeamGoals (+/-)BTTS GamesBTTS %
Brighton & Hove Albion38-3718/2282%
Tottenham Hotspur47- 2317/2277%
Luton Town28-3815/2171%
Wolverhampton Wanderers30-3115/2171%
Aston Villa44-3015/2268%

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French Ligue 1:

TeamGoals (+/-)BTTS GamesBTTS %
Stade Rennais28-2412/1963%
RC Strasbourg20-2412/1963%
AS Monaco36-2711/1958%
Paris Saint Germain46-1611/1958%
Stade de Reims25-2411/1958%

German Bundesliga:

TeamGoals (+/-)BTTS GamesBTTS %
Borussia Dortmund40-2613/1968%

Italian Serie A:

TeamGoals (+/-)BTTS GamesBTTS %
AS Roma36-2614/2264%

Spanish La Liga:

TeamGoals (+/-)BTTS GamesBTTS %

August to February - Worst teams for BTTS in Top 5 Leagues

If you're looking for both teams to score tips, it's a little unlikely that the teams in these list below will be in our tips but if these teams away from home, the top teams could be a good shout for the both teams to score and win tips.

Premier League:

TeamGoals (+/-)BTTS GamesBTTS %
Manchester United24-299/2143%
Newcastle United44-3311/2150%

French Ligue 1:

TeamGoals (+/-)BTTS GamesBTTS %
OGC Nice20-115/1926%
Racing Club de Lens23-196/1932%
Stade Brestois29-178/1942%
FC Metz16-298/1942%

German Bundesliga:

TeamGoals (+/-)BTTS GamesBTTS %
Union Berlin18-326/1833%
Bayern Munich56-189/1947%
FC Koln12-349/1947%
Werder Bremen28-3210/1953%

Italian Serie A:

TeamGoals (+/-)BTTS GamesBTTS %
Inter Milan50-108/2138%

Spanish La Liga:

TeamGoals (+/-)BTTS GamesBTTS %
Rayo Vallecano19-287/2232%
Athletic Club38-218/2236%
Las Palmas22-199/2241%

Please note that these statistics were added on February 1st and may not be updated for the most recent fixtures.

Both Teams to Score Markets

When you're looking at your BTTS tips, you have many more options than just yes or no. There are the likes of BTTS over 2.5 goals, BTTS in both halves and much more, meaning that whatever both teams to score tip you find, you can take it even further if you would like. For example, if - off the information above, we're looking at a BTTS tip in the Brighton & Hove Albion Vs Tottenham Hotspur game, we could see that between them, there have been average of over 2.5 goals per game, so we can take that bet even further to heighten the odds.

BTTS Frequently Asked Questions

What Is The Meaning Of BTTS In Sports Betting?

BTTS stands for ‘Both Teams To Score’. That means if you were to bet ‘BTTS - Yes’, you are betting on both teams involved in that match to score. You can also bet on ‘BTTS - No’, where you will win if just one team or neither team finds the back of the net.

How Do You Predict If Both Teams Will Score?

The best way to predict if both teams will score is simply to look at both sides’ recent records. Ideally, you want to look for sides that score plenty of goals but also concede plenty. A perfect example of a good BTTS team recently is Manchester United. Last season, both teams scored in 24 of their 38 games, as they scored 73 and conceded 44. All in all, if you’re going to bet on BTTS, you need to do your research first.

Do BTTS Bets Count In Extra Time?

Unfortunately, BTTS only counts for the first 90 minutes. If you are placing a BTTS bet on a knockout competition like the FA Cup, Champions League or Europa League, then you need to be wary that if the match reaches extra time, any more goals won’t count. So, if a match finishes 1-0 at full-time, but 1-1 at the end of extra time, your BTTS bet will still be classed as a loss.

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