Date: 03.09.2022     Day: Saturday

League: NETHERLANDS Eredivisie
Match: Ajax  vs  Cambuur
Tip: 1/1 (Home win / Home win) & Over 2.5 goals
Odds: 1.60   Halftime 2:0     Fulltime 4:0


Date: 03.09.2022     Day: Saturday

League: ENGLAND Championship
Match: Norwich  vs  Coventry
Tip: Home WIN
Odds: 1.70  Fulltime 3:0


Date: 03.09.2022     Day: Saturday

League: IGERMANY Bundesliga
Match: Union Berlin  vs Bayern Munich
Tip: Over 2.5 goals
Odds: 1.45    Result: 1:1


Date: 03.09.2022     Day: Saturday

League: ICELAND Lengjudeildin
Match: Selfoss  vs  Grindavik
Tip: Over 2.5 goals
Odds: 1.45    Result: 5:3

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With the 1/2 2/1 GENUINE FIXED MATCHES Both Teams To Score (often referred to as BTTS) has become an increasingly popular market in soccer betting, primarily because it is a straightforward bet reliant on a simple outcome. In Europe’s five major soccer leagues, 52.47% of matches have witnessed both teams score during the last five seasons. So is analysing this market as simple as the fact that both teams score in matches approximately half of the time? Read on to find out.

What is a Both Teams To Score (BTTS) bet?

A Both Teams To Score (BTTS) bet is a bet that both teams will score in a soccer match. For instance, if the match finishes 1-1, 3-2 or 5-5 then the bet has won, but if it finishes 0-0, 1-0 or 3-0 then it has lost.

A glance at the stat mentioned in the introduction may give off the impression that a Both Teams To Score bet is comparable to a coin toss, or anything with an approximate 50/50 outcome. However, this type of bet could and should be inform by factors including the two teams playing, their recent stats and previous results and occasionally even when the match is taking place.

Both Teams To Score stats 1/2 2/1 GENUINE FIXED MATCHES

Here are the percentage of matches in Europe’s five major soccer leagues in which both teams scored during the last five seasons:

In the 25 individual seasons covered during this period, teams have recorded widely varying BTTS stats. For instance, in the 2018-19 Bundesliga both teams scored in 82.35% of Hoffenheim and Werder Bremen’s matches, whereas in the 2016-17 Ligue 1 season, only 23.68% of Nancy’s fixtures involved both teams scoring.

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However, when a team’s stats are analysed over a longer period of time, it becomes clear that they will produce similar numbers of matches in which both teams scored. Here are the stats for the 13 teams that have competed in each of the last five Premier League seasons:

Of these 13 teams, all but two have recorded an average percentage of matches in which both teams scored within a 5% margin of the overall Premier League average of 51.25%. The average for these 13 teams is in fact 53.05%, equating to 20.15 of 38 league matches.

Based on this, it seems that perennial English top flight teams can be relied upon to produce around 18 to 22 league matches per season in which both teams score. However, the key information for bettors are reliable match statistics capable of indicating when teams are more likely to both score and concede in a game.


How to inform Both Teams To 1/2 2/1 GENUINE FIXED MATCHES Score betting

The following table uses Spearman’s rank correlation to assess the relationship between both teams scoring and various stats for the last five seasons in the Premier League:

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the statistic with the greatest positive correlation to both teams scoring is the number of goals a team’s matches have featured.

Conversely, if a team and/or their opponent are particularly adept at keeping clean sheets and and/or struggling to score goals, then naturally this suggests that a fixture between the two sides will be less likely than average to witness both scoring 1/2 2/1 GENUINE FIXED MATCHES.

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Notably, a team’s goal difference and league position prove largely irrelevant at indicating whether both teams will score in their matches. Best site for following results is flashscore.com

Specifically focusing on the 2018-19 Premier League, there was only a minimal impact on the likelihood of both teams scoring in a match based on whether 1/2 2/1 GENUINE FIXED MATCHES in a team’s previous game. At least one team failed to score in 48.68% of matches that season, and if both teams had not scored in a team’s previous match, then at least one didn’t score in the team’s next match 51.38% of the time.


If both teams had scored in a team’s previous fixture, then they did so again in the team’s next match 54.62% of the time, slightly higher than the overall league total of 51.32%. This illustrates that studying the outcome of a previous match can somewhat inform your bet, although naturally some teams will adhere to this trend more closely than others.

Notably, despite the 51.32% league total, nine 1/2 2/1 GENUINE FIXED MATCHES had a longer run of at least one team not scoring during the season than their longest streak of both teams scoring, whereas the inverse only applied to six (five had an equal longest run on the two counts).