As getting behind the both teams to score market now ranks as being almost as appetising as backing teams to win, there’s been more options for how you’re able to do this. Even when it became more popular to create BTTS tips, there was only the most basic edition of the market, but the rise in demand has also led to a larger selection of ways in which you can utilise the BTTS market.
From the handful of primary options for placing bets on BTTS tips, the Full Time Result & BTTS market is one of the most casual, as it can be added to your football accumulator without removing the cash-out option. It also occurs frequently in a lot of football fixtures, making it something that people will mostly include to boost their odds, rather than being something that could be detrimental to landing their bets.
The difference between general BTTS tips and other markets
There’s as much to the both teams to score market as there is to the match result market, with it all depending on each team scoring at least once over ninety minutes. This could even make it far easier to land than predicting the match winner, as you could be betting on a game where one team is winning by four goals to nil, only seeing the selection land as long as the other team scores before the final whistle.
It’s clear to see why the Full Time Result & BTTS market could come into use, as it will combine both the match result and the both teams to score market to produce BTTS tips with a more appealing price. The odds aren’t likely to skyrocket by doing this, but it will be an accurate combination of the price you’d get for both markets, with some bookmakers even being generous enough to improve the price merely by them being added together into a larger but technically less likely outcome.
As you’re given the option of a cash-out even if you’ve chosen to include a Match Result & BTTS market, you won’t be ruining your bet by opting to boost your odds with one included. Bookmakers will often make these a worthwhile option in your BTTS tips too, allowing you to see a tempting cash-out on your bet if either both teams have scored or if one team is winning, allowing it as an option of something to boost your odds in-play.