Both teams to score or BTTS is one of the most popular football bets because it’s a very simple market to understand. To win, you need both teams to score one goal or more in your selected fixture.
The final result of the game is irrelevant – the game can finish 5-1, 5-4, 3-3, 2-1, or 1-1. As long as both teams have scored, you will win your bet.
Below we will compile a weekly, updated list of the best fixtures to bet on in the BTTS markets ahead of the action-packed mid-week and weekend football schedules. Make sure to bookmark this page that will be regularly refreshed with new matches.
Wolves vs Leicester – Saturday 19th – Premier League
Wolves entertain the Foxes at Molineux in the Premier League’s early kick-off on Saturday, and goals are expected between these two mid table rivals whose form has been inconsistent of late.
Three of the last five competitive meeting between these two clubs have seen both teams score, and we’re hoping that lightning doesn’t strike twice following the pairs last encounter in the Carabao Cup which ended goalless back in September.
The hosts haven’t kept a single clean sheet in their last six attempts, but did knock Liverpool out of the FA Cup in their most recent home game with a 2-1 win. Three of Leicester’s last five games have seen both teams score, with their last two results ending in 2-1 defeats against Southampton in the league and Newport County in the FA Cup.
We believe this game will be end to end and really like the look of BTTS at 1/1.
Leverkusen vs Gladbach – Saturday 19th – Bundesliga
The BayArena provides the venue for the Bundesliga clash between Leverkusen and Gladbach on Saturday for a fixture that always produces goals.
Three of the last five league games played between these two Bundesliga stalwarts have seen both teams score, with Gladbach picking up three wins and Leverkusen two. Heading into this weekends latest encounter the visitors sit six positions and nine points ahead of their guests, but Leverkusen will be looking to pick up where they left off before the winter break when they recorded wins against Hertha and Schalke.
Both teams have scored in five of Leverkusen’s last six competitive matches and Gladbach have only failed to score in two of their last six in league and cup, which is why were banking on goals at both ends of the pitch on Saturday.
Both teams are looking good going forward and you can get odds of 4/9 on BTTS here.
Real Madrid vs Sevilla – Saturday 19th – La Liga
Fourth placed Real Madrid play host to third placed Sevilla in the game of the day in La Liga, where, if they previous encounters are anything to go by, the goals will flow.
The last twelve meetings between these two clubs, in league and cup, have all produced over 2.5 goals. Four of the last six encounters have seen both teams score, and the way both teams are playing right now were expecting more of the same on Saturday.
Both teams have scored in three of Real’s last six matches, in which the Spanish giants have picked up three wins, one draw, and suffered two defeats. Three of Sevilla’s last five games have also witnessed both teams score, but the visitors have only won two, drawn two, and lost two of their last six, so are behind Real in the form guide.
Both teams will still believe they are in the title race despite Barcelona’s ten-point lead at the top, and we think BTTS at 8/15 is well worth a bet.
Arsenal vs Chelsea – Saturday 19th – Premier League
Arsenal vs Chelsea has become one of the most anticipated Premier League fixtures thanks to the quality and class of both teams over the last 20-years, as well as the controversy, skill, and competitiveness the two clubs show when they face-off against one another.
Four of the last six competitive meetings between the two clubs have seen both teams score, with Arsenal earning two wins, Chelsea one, and the remaining three matches all ending in draws. Both teams look set to battle it out for a place in the Champions League next season rather than the Premier League title, as gap between themselves and table toppers Liverpool looks too vast to makeup between now and the end of the season.
Four of Arsenal’s last six matches have seen both teams score, and the Gunners will be looking to make up for a lacklustre performance against West Ham last weekend which saw them lose 1-0. Chelsea have only failed to score in two of their last six matches and have only lost once during that period.
Both teams are packed full of quality attacking players that love to score goals, and you can get 8/15 on BTTS here.