BTTS selection tips
It’s a great betting option the BTTS, or Both Teams to Score selection that can result in more benefits for the punter than the standard win, lose or draw betting tip. When picking your BTTS selections there’s a bit more detail to consider than when choosing outright winners.
Football tips never just land on your lap, unless you decide to believe many of the fly-by night tipster sites. The FootyAccumulator guys formulate BTTS tips on a daily basis and are a great place to start when considering a BTTS selection.
It can be pretty straight-forward when looking for potential BTTS matches, it’s just knowing what to examine. The potential for any BTTS result will depend on each teams’ abilities when it comes to attacking or defending.There’s also the issue of player availability, where you seriously need to consider which players will be taking part in the game, as your bet will be seriously hampered if a key striker is injured, or if one side has recently brought in a world-class defender.
All football punters involve themselves in betting on BTTS tips due to the fact that, as long as a goal is scored for either side, you’re able to see your bet go down to the final few minutes of play, where it could still go on to win. This is mostly down to it being decided by a single goal, rather than in backing a Match Result, where if one team is winning by four goals to nil, it’s unlikely that you’ll still win if you’ve backed the losing side. The popularity of regular BTTS tips has been highlighted by Footy Accumulators, who frequently advertise their own bets on the market for fans to consider joining in with.
All factors that could influence either side’s chances at scoring or defending need to be considered before adding any specific football fixture into your BTTS tips. This is the equivalent to in betting on a team to win, where you need to judge how capable they are of winning their next match, or with backing a player to score at any time, where their form and the defensive strength of the team he’s coming up against is an almost deciding factor.