Both teams to score BTTS24/07/2017 21:42
Both team to score a goal by the end of the first half of the match. Place your bet on a BTTS YES or a BTTS NO. Check head to head statistics before you bet
Both teams to score in the first half betting!
Bookmaker odds in both team to score betting
When it comes to this type of betting, you as a bettor should guess whether or not the two teams will score a goal by the end of the first half of the match. There have to be at least two goals scored in the first half of the match. That how bettor will win or in other words each team to score one goal.
It is maybe the most exciting option for bettors. They will be able to cheer for the offensive plays of both teams. You want both of the teams to score a goal in the first half of the match.
Odds offered for BTTS YES and BTTS NO
The odds offered for this type of bet are low in general. Bookmakers will surely offer higher odds for a positive bet than for a negative bet. Let us take as an example of a match between Man City and Aston Villa. Odds that will be offered by an online bookmaker can be 3/1 for both teams scoring in the first half or 1/5 for both teams that will not score any goals in the first half of the match.
To be more specific, here you have to place your bet on a BTTS YES or a BTTS NO, which means BTTS YES both teams will score a goal in the first half, BTTS NO one of the teams will not score a goal in the first half.
You will win this bet if you place your bet on BTTS YES if the score at the end of the first half is 1-1 but you will lose it if it is 2-0.
This means that you will know if you are going to win or lose even before the match has ended. Bookmakers can settle the winnings after the end of the first half of the match. The final outcome of the game will not have any effect on your winning and this is similar to the half-time result-betting.
Odds for BTTS YES are higher (with a range of 3/1 to 4/1). Odds for NO are 1/7 to 1/5.
Before deciding to bet on this, you should make research of the abilities of both teams. Like their recent form, injury reports, league standing, goal scoring patterns (especially for away matches) and previous head-to-head encounters.