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.
Check out this week’s selections below:
Japan vs Colombia (International Friendly) – March 22nd
Japan and Colombia meet on Friday in a fascinating looking international friendly match at the Nissan Stadium in Yokohama, with both teams hoping to secure a positive result to build momentum ahead of their competitive commitments.
Japan have scored in 100% of their last 13 matches, and though they kept clean sheets in 7 of those games, few of their opponents were as strong as the Colombia team they will face this week.
Both teams registered in 4 of Colombia’s last 5 games and in 10 of their last 16 contests in total since September 2017. In addition, goals went in at both ends in each of the last 2 meetings between Japan and Colombia. We expect that well established BTTS pattern to continue on Friday.
Bulgaria vs Montenegro (Euro 2020 Qualifier) – March 22nd
Bulgaria and Montenegro get their Euro 2020 Qualification campaigns under way on Friday when the teams meet in their Group A opener in Sofia.
Both teams found a successful route to goal in 5 of Bulgaria’s last 7 games, and the Lions have conceded at least once in 84% of their 13 international matches since June 2017.
Montenegro are used to coming unstuck on the road, though the emerging nation have at least got themselves on the scoresheet in 9 of their most 13 games on their travels.
The Brave Falcons have kept their opponents out at the other end just 6 times in 18 attempts away from home however.
The statistics make a pretty compelling argument here, and goals going in at both ends in Sofia on Friday looks very likely.
Bradford City vs Blackpool (League One) – March 23rd
Ahead of their game against Blackpool on Saturday, Bradford City are bottom of the table, 6 points adrift from safety and quickly running out of time in the race for League One survival this season.
Unsurprisingly struggling City have kept only 2 clean sheets in their last 12 matches, though the Bantams were able to register in 8 of their last 12 games at Valley Parade.
Both teams scored in 3 of Blackpool’s last 4 games and the Seasiders shipped at least one goal in 9 of their most recent 14 away games.
Recent historical results between these clubs are on our side too – both teams scored in 2 of the last 3 meetings between Bradford and Blackpool.
When the teams clashed earlier in the season, Blackpool emerged 3-2 victors at Bloomfield Road in an end-to-end encounter. We expect similar levels of excitement at Valley Parade on Saturday.
Dallas vs Colorado Rapids (MLS) – March 23rd
Both Dallas and Colorado Rapids have endured mixed starts to the new 2019 MLS season, though the clubs have an opportunity to play their way past their early inconsistency on Saturday.
Goals flew in at both ends in 7 of Dallas’ last 9 competitive and friendly games in a sequence stretching all the way back to October last year.
Similarly, both teams got on the scoresheet in 4 of Colorado Rapids last 5 pre-season and MLS fixtures since the end of February.
It’s worth noting that both teams scored in a massive 72% of the last 11 meetings between Dallas and Colorado Rapids, and we’re tipping that healthy BTTS percentage to be enhanced even further this weekend.
New York RB vs Orlando City (MLS) – March 16th
New York RB will be aiming to extend their unbeaten start to new MLS season to 3 games against Orlando City at the Red Bull Arena in New Jersey this weekend.
Red Bulls have also been involved in CONCACAF Champions League action in recent weeks, and in total, both teams scored in 4 of their last 6 games on 2 fronts.
Orlando City have started their 2019 MLS campaign in disappoint style, drawing 2 and losing the other of their first 3 fixtures. However, the good news for us is that both teams scored in each contest.
In addition, goals were registered at both ends in 3 of the last 4 skirmishes between New York RB and Orlando City, and that stats suggest that history will repeat itself in New Jersey this weekend.