Both Teams to Score is routinely one of the favourite football betting markets among the punting community, but although the market itself is easy to understand, landing a winning single BTTS bet or accumulator isn’t quite so straightforward.
In the Premier League for example, both teams have scored in only 56% of the 110 matches played so far in the 2019/20 season, while last year’s equivalent figure for the entire campaign stood at an even lower 51%.
That approximate figure of both teams scoring in about half of the Premier League’s fixtures is mirrored around the vast majority of Europe’s major and minor domestic divisions
As always, there are plenty of outliers lurking behind the overall BTTS averages that are worth keeping an eye on and teams that break moulds, buck trends and disrupt patterns with regularity across the continent.
To help you delve into the BTTS markets as a more informed bettor, we’ve complied a detailed list of clubs that rank highest for games in which both teams have scored this season.
Check it out our research below.
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Major European Leagues – “The Big 5”
First up, is the eternally popular Premier League and several of the division’s household names are making waves in the BTTS department.
League leaders Liverpool rank first for our featured metric, with both teams registering in a remarkable 82% of the title chasers games since the summer overall, and in 100% of their league matches at Anfield.
The Reds’ inability to keep Premier League clean sheets almost saw them come a cropper on more than one occasion this season, though their devastatingly efficient attack has so far masked their deficiencies at the other end.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and Wolves are all hoping for a high-end finish this season, and while three of the aforementioned quartet remain the picture of inconsistency in terms of results, all four have posted 73% BTTS figures for the campaign so far.
Outside the overall figures, there are a few standout venue specific stats that area also worth a mention.
Both teams scored in 100% of Norwich City’s Premier League matches at Carrow Road this term and in 80% of Southampton’s fixtures at St. Mary’s, while goals were hit by both teams in 83% of Burnley’s away games to date.
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A little further south in France, the BTTS figures are a little more underwhelming, with both teams scoring in just 43% of the 199 matches contested in Ligue 1 in the 2019/20 so far.
High-flying Amiens and relegation candidates Nice are l’exceptions however with both teams rattling the net in three quarters of their respective eight fixtures so far.
3rd placed Monaco are also worth keeping tabs on when they are playing in the Principality, with both teams having scored in 83% of their Ligue 1 matches at the Stade Louis II since the summer.
Likewise, Rennes are also posting useful BTTS figures in their games at their own patch, with goals plundered at either end in 80% of their fixtures at Roazhon Park.
Keep up to date with our expert’s latest match previews and French football betting tips on our Ligue 1 predictions page.
Below France, in the ultra-competitive environment of Spain’s La Liga, both teams scored in 49% of the 199 games played there since August.
Real Betis and Valencia are the BTTS pace setters at the top of the Spanish football pyramid, and both clubs saw both teams score in 75% of their La Liga fixtures this term.
In the venue specific arena, Barcelona are the ones to watch. The defending champions are top of the league, though they haven’t quite looked like their imperious selves this season.
The fact that both teams scored in 80% of their league matches at the Nou Camp shines a light on how teams are approaching games against Los Cules with less fear right now.
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In Italy’s, both teams scoring seems to be firmly in fashion, and goals were registered by both sides in a sizeable 60% of the 109 Serie A fixtures played since August.
Atlanta and Genoa have been the best performers overall, with both teams scoring in 82% of their league games this season, while Bologna, Fiorentina and Lecce are the best of the rest with 73% BTTS percentages.
Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan and Carlo Ancelotti’s entertaining Napoli outfit are also worth following when on the road, with goals flying in at either end in 83% of the teams’s respective away fixtures in Serie A this season.
You can find more Serie A betting tips, match previews and predictions on our regularly updated Serie A page here.
If it’s BTTS action you’re after, then you’re probably going to have a lot of fun in the perennially goal-crazy Bundesliga.
Over half the clubs competing at the highest level of German football this season have been hitting noteworthy BTTS figures in what has been a frenetic start to the Bundesliga campaign.
Werder Bremen, Augsburg, Bayern Munich and Eintracht Frankfurt have seen end to end action in a minimum of 80% of their matches since August, while six more clubs have BTTS stats that are worth remembering for either their home or away games during the same period.
We have plenty more FREE Bundesliga betting tips, match previews and predictions here.
The Best of the Rest
There are numerous terrific options across England’s lower leagues and Europe’s less glamorous divisions that are worth considering for your next dip into the both teams to score markets.
In England, games involving Championship clubs West Brom (home), Bristol City (away) and QPR (home) have more than enough going on at either end to keep you interested, as do fixtures featuring League One’s AFC Wimbledon (away) and League Two’s Crawley Town (away).
North of the border, Livingston rein supreme in the BTTS away game statistics in the Scottish Premiership, while Dutch surprise packages FC Utrecht are the chief purveyors of end to end thrills and spills in the Eredivisie.
Portuguese pair Sporting CP and Maritimo are worth checking out when playing at their respective homes, while Swiss duo St. Gallen (away) and Sion (home) along with Denmark’s Nordsjælland (away) complete our collection of continental clubs that should now rank top of your list ahead of any single BTTS selection or accumulator you put together.
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