Both Teams To Score BTTS Predictions & Tips

Dave Kuzio:

Both Teams To Score could not be an easier form of betting on football - you are simply betting on whether or not both teams will hit the back of the net in the same game. This is one of's favourite markets and we have looked over the next few days to pick out our favourite Both Teams To Score bets that can be backed individually or as part of our BTTS accumulator.

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Both Teams To Score BTTS Predictions & Tips: Brentford v Fulham (Tuesday 19:45 BST)

Brentford and Fulham will contest the Championship Play-Off Final at Wembley on Tuesday evening with the winner gaining promotion to the Premier League. Brentford have never been in the top-flight, while Fulham were relegated last season. These two love to play attacking football and probably deserve to be in the final on merit over the course of the season. The Bees had the opportunity to gain automatic promotion on the final day of the season, but they lost at home 2-1 to Barnsley to ensure they went through the play-offs. They found themselves 1-0 down after the fitrst-leg against Swansea City, but goals from Ollie Watkins, Emiliano Marcondes and Bryan Mbeumo saw them claim a 3-1 second-leg win and go through to the final 3-2 on aggregate. Fulham had goals from Josh Onomah and Neeskens Kebano to thank for giving them a 2-0 lead after the first leg in Cardiff, while Kebano’s strike after nine minutes proved to be decisive as they went down 2-1 in the second leg, but advanced 3-2 on aggregate. Both teams are in the mood to score goals and we are backing both of them to get on the score sheet at Wembley Stadium.

Both Teams To Score BTTS Predictions & Tips: Manchester United v LASK Linz (Wednesday 20:00 BST)

Manchester United are well and truly in the driving seat in their Round of 16 Europa League tie against LASK Linz. Their first leg encounter took place back in March with the Red Devils running out convincing 5-0 winners thanks to goals from Odion Ighalo, Daniel James, Juan Marta, Mason Greenwood and Andreas Pereira. United have already qualified for next season’s Champions League after finishing in third place, but they would like to add some silverware to the cabinet. Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expected to rest a number of his star players seeing as they have such a clear margin. I am expecting United to win this quite comfortably without conceding a goal. David de Gea has gone under the microscope recently with some lacklustre performances, but the spotlight will be off him on Wednesday when Sergio Romero is expected to wear the gloves like he normally does in Europe.

Both Teams To Score BTTS Predictions & Tips: Wolves v Olympiakos (Thursday 20:00 BST)

This second leg is finely poised with the match all square at 1-1, although Wolves do have that very important away goal thanks to Pedro Neto’s deflected effort. The Premier League side will need to be tight at the back if they are to prevent Olympiakos grabbing that away goal they so desperately need. I can see this being a very tight affair, Wolves are well aware that keeping a clean sheet will see them advance to the next round of the Europa League. They will be very cautious in the first half, but as long as they remain composed at the back then they can nick a goal late on to put the tie out of Olympiakos’ reach. I cannot see there being many goals in this one and don’t expect both teams to get on the score sheet.

Both Teams To Score BTTS Predictions & Tips: Manchester City v Real Madrid (Friday 20:00 BST)

This game has goals written all over it. Both Manchester City and Real Madrid love to play attacking football, and with players like Isco, Karim Benzema, Vinicius Junion, Raheem Sterling, Kevin de Bruyne and Gabriel Jesus on the park, then there should be goals from somewhere. City have only failed to score twice in their last nine matches in all competitions, while the last time Real Madrid failed to score was a 1-0 defeat away at Levante in La Liga back in February. Both teams managed to score at the Bernabeu in the first-leg, so do not expect anything different in this one. Real Madrid need to score to get back into this tie, while City cannot afford to sit back and play out a goalless draw. This game will have goals.


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