Welcome to my first post here at GoalsGaloreTips.com, and I look forward to sharing my selections with you all. I’ll be seeking out the best BTTS opportunities from all the major leagues across four continents. I base my selections on statistical analysis, and mathematical probability to ensure we have the best chance to not only make profit but on the inevitable bad days, keep any losses to an absolute minimum
I will be providing three matches, either BTTS Yes or No, which I highly recommend backing as three individual singles and three doubles. This combination gives a total of 6 bets, with each bet being 1 pt.
As a guide, I recommend starting small, £2.50 a point is a great place to start, resulting in a £15 total stake.
Over the extensive trialling period, BTTS odds average around the 1.66 mark, but when combined using the above staking method lead to some healthy returns
When I make the selections, I am totally confident that all three picks should be BTTS matches, but just in case, the above staking plan, as a guide, should give us roughly the following returns if using the £15 total stake method above, using our average odds as a guide:
0/3 correct: -£15
1/3 correct – £11
2/3 correct – £0
3/3 correct + £18
You may decide to increase your risk and just back as a treble, and this on the good days will obviously give you some healthy returns. No tipster, no matter how good they say they are, will always have days where it doesn’t go to plan, and over my trialling I have found the Singles and Doubles (S+D) method to be the least erratic. We all know how frustrating it is when one team lets us down; with the S+D plan it just gives us that safety net to fight another day, without denting our balance.
Now I guess it’s on to my first selections and to get things going we shall begin our foray across the globe with a short trip to Norway and the Norwegian Tippeligaen
Today sees the final round of matches this season, and so it gives me a complete set of data possible to make my selections.. perfect for a statistical tipster. This league has averaged 64% BTTS over the season, always a good place to start and the following three picks look nailed on to add to that percentage. The odds for these are a little below average, but based on the stats seem great value and should get us off to a winning start.
Sarpsborg 08 v Sandefjord
BTTS Yes @1.57
Despite being bottom of the league with a mere 16 points, Sandefjord has only failed to score away from home three times all season and have conceded in every single match. Sarpsborg 08 have scored in every one of their last nine games and only kept three clean sheets all year. This match has got to be BTTS. If you want a little side bet Sarpsborg 08 BTTS+win is available @2.75 and a cracking bet too.
Aaleslunds FK v Rosenborg
BTTS Yes @1.4
Top of the table Rosenborg finish with a trip to mid-table Aaleslunds FK and the low odds available back up just how nailed on the BTTS in this match is. Rosenborg has only failed to score once in their last 12 games, Aaleslunds FK has scored in every one of their last 12 games, with the last time they failed to score at home being back in May.
Stromsgodset v Valerenga
BTTS Yes @1.57
2nd place Stromgodset face in form Valerenga, and goals again should be on the agenda. Stromgodset have only failed to find the net once in their last 12 games, with only three clean sheets over the same period. Valerenga have found some strong form late in the season and have scored in all 6 of their last six games, following a disappointing dip in form in the middle of the season
Highly confident all 3 of these should land but as per the staking plan will give the following returns:
0/3: – £15
1/3: -£11.5 (worst possible return)
2/3: -£2.08 (worst possible return)
3/3: + £13.50
For those who think the straight treble is worth the risk (as you’ll see from the write-ups don’t think it’s much of a risk on the face of it), the straight treble pays:
Treble odds 3.87
Let’s hope we get off to a great start.