Both Teams To Score (BTTS) Football Tips

Both Teams To Score (BTTS) Tips

What is a both teams to score (BTTS) bet?

In the result and both teams to score (BTTS) market bets are bets placed on a team to win a match, but with both teams also scoring. It’s also known as or BTTS (both teams to score) and Win betting, depending on the bookmaker.
You can place as many BTTS selections on your accumulator but you will need to get all of the selections correct in order to win.
As an example if you backed a four-fold accumulator of both teams to score and they were all at individual odds of 1/2, if you placed a bet of £20 on the accumulator then you would be looking at returns of over £80.

Can I include BTTS bet in my coupon?

You can include and mix any of the 200 markets available on a football match, including BTTS bets – the choices are endless! You will not be able to place two bets in the same match in an acca. For example, you can’t put Spurs to win and then a separate selection of over 2.5 goals in the game. You can pick any market in any league and include them in your accumulator. Head to our Tips by league section for the best tips from the European leagues.

Can I include selections in different competitions and/or on different days?

 As long as odds are live for your chosen game then you will be able to include it in your accumulator.

Which bookmaker should I visit to place my bet?

You can use any bookmaker to place your accumulator bet, however head to Oddschecker, build your accumulator and see which bookie is offering the best odds.

Cash Out

Many bookmakers now have a cash out option, the bookmaker will offer you a chance to cash out your accumulator early.

For example, if your £20 accumulator on Liverpool, Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid which returns £1600 is going well then you will be offered a cash out price. If Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid have won and you’re only waiting on Liverpool the bookmaker may offer you a sum of around £700 to cash your bet out early.

Once the bet is cashed out it is classed as finished, so if Liverpool went onto win the game you would not win the full £1600 as you cashed out and thus finished the bet early.