While we’ve got a fairly quiet week for football before the weekend we thought we’d put together a few both teams to score stats and trends to help out our readers when it comes to making them all important selections.
So who’s hot and who’s not in the world of both teams to score. We’ve left out the teams that are currently on their winter break; they will appear ons they’re back in action.
Here are some teams to keep on your side and some others to steer clear of for now.
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Hot BTTS Teams
League 1 outfit Bristol City are fast becoming one of our favourite teams for both teams to score. Taking Watford to a replay most recently with a 1-1 draw, the Robins have scored and conceded in 5 of their last 6 games in all competitions.
Steve Cotterill’s side travel to Bradford on Saturday in a clash that looks like providing us with more BTTS action.
While proving a mixed bag when playing at home, when Bournemouth play on their travels they are a both teams to score hotpot. They’ve scored and conceded in 10 of their 12 road games (83.3%) , failing to score in just 1 game (QPR).
This weekend the Cherries travel to the DW to face Wigan, who have had two successive 0-0 draws in their last two at home. However the mix of the two teams playing each other could be conducive of goals.
We all know that the odds aren’t great for BTTS in the lower leagues of Scotland, the bookies caught on to that a long while ago. However Brechin City are a team to keep on your side.
Brechin have played 19 games this season, with BTTS occurring on 15 occasions. Between late August and late October they went on a run of 9 consecutive games of scoring and conceding.
This weekend they take on Arbroath. With a 77% away BTTS record and the failure to keep a single clean sheet on the road this looks another certainty for your coupons.
Cold BTTS Teams
Avoid the Eagles at all costs! Palace have improved their fortunes lately but they have a dismal both teams to score record.
Just 6 of their 20 games (30%) has seen both teams hit the back of the net. They travel the short distance to White Hart Lane on Saturday to face Spurs, and I’d advise leaving that game well alone.
The Hoops simply don’t concede goals. Not many anyway. Just 14 goals shipped in 24 games tells a story. With an overall BTTS record of 29.2% so far this season you would need to be getting BTTS odds of around 5/2 to have any value at all.
They travel to Portman Road to face Ipswich on Saturday, a game which we will be swerving!