Both Teams To Score Advice

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Both Teams To Score Advice

Postby monkeytennis » Thu Aug 07, 2014 10:21 am

How do you approach your both teams to score betting? What offers the best value, both teams to score or match result and both teams to score? Does this offer better accumulator returns than standard match betting accas?

Both Teams To Score Advice

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Postby horage » Thu Aug 07, 2014 10:43 am

i think this is one of the better bets on offer but as the bet has become more popular the odds have been cut by the majority of bookies....

they have introduced one team to win and btts bets

they have introduced teams to win to nil...........

analysis of the stats is vital not just league position and injuries.........

the best thing about btts bets is you can get the result wrong and still win....

try to avoid accas as some teams will let you down with no score......

you could try btts with another bet under 1.5 goals and 0-0 correct score
to see if it makes a profit depends on the prices..

.interesting bet for t v matches....

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Postby staff2015 » Sun Apr 03, 2016 1:55 am

The secrete to BTTS is HOME/AWAY REVENGE analysis.That is what I mostly use. Its the best method so far.Thanks

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Postby nors » Mon Apr 04, 2016 10:11 am

Home/Away revenge analysis ?

BTTS often comes down to a "feeling" that an open game will ensue.

When backed up by season long and historical stats it can become a decent opportunity for a winning bet, but the odds set by the bookies are not getting anymore generous.
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Postby man o bong » Mon Apr 04, 2016 10:49 am

That might push us to the BTTS "NO" scenario of where the value lies these days
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Postby Betfairalfie » Mon Apr 04, 2016 11:30 am

BTTS value @pre-kick off value may have been eroded now, compared to 4+ years ago, but we do have in-play available :win:

PS - I googled "home and away revenge" and got Youtube clips of an Aussie soap opera.

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Postby davidg3907 » Mon Apr 04, 2016 8:24 pm

Over the previous 8 EPL seasons plus this season to date, BTTS Yes/No has been virtually a 50/50 split

There have been 3353 matches of which 1702 are in the yes column and 1651 in the no column. Yes peaked in the middle of this period, but under-performed both before and after.

Over 2.5 goals is again virtually a 50/50 split, but has been slightly more consistent.

By removing the 1-1 draws from the BTTS totals, the result is the number of matches fitting the criteria for BTTS and Over 2.5 goals.

This is a relatively new market. Presumably the baddies will have done their homework and priced options accordingly, but it does offer the chance to look for value in a similar market.

Whether it can be found is another matter. :D

Matches 3353 BTTS 1702 or 50.76%.
There have been 357 1-1 draws so BTTS and Over = 1345 or 40.113%.

Matches 3353 Over 2.5 goals 1715 or 51.15%.
There have been 370 games of 3 or more goals without reply, which again returns the figure of 1345 so at least I have faith in the accuracy of the figures.

Over to anyone who wants to avail themselves of this info.
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