Both Teams to Score GG Predictions

Both Team to Score @ 12.34

Match Prediction Odds

Europe Champions League

Wolfsburg vs Lille

1 - 1

1.75

Europe Champions League

Salzburg vs Sevilla

2 - 1

1.61

Europe Champions League

Bayern Munich vs Barcelona

3 - 1

1.47

England League One

Milton Keynes Dons vs Plymouth Argyle

1 - 2

1.61

Europe Champions League

Zenit vs Chelsea

1 - 2

1.85

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Any football match is contested by two teams. Generally speaking, the two teams going head to head will be classified as Home team and Away team. During league games, the Home team is the one that’s playing at its own home ground. The Away team will be the visiting team. During football tournaments such as the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), EUROs, and World Cup, the classifications of the Home Team and Away team are done computer algorithms depending on each team’s co-efficient.

When the Home team meets the Away team in an encounter, on the results front, there are three likely outcomes. The outcomes simply relate to Win (for Home or Away team), Lose (for Home or Away team) or Draw. What determines if one team wins over the other is the number of goals that are scored by one team over the other. If a team outscores the other team, then the outscoring team wins the game.

However, it may also happen that both teams do score but no team outscores the other hence the match ends in a stalemate – when this happens, in the football betting arena, punters view the result as commiserate with the both teams to score market. This market is also affectionately known as the BTTS market. However, it’s not just a score draw where the both teams to score market comes to light as will be highlighted below.

How Both Teams to Score GG Predictions work

We have already looked at a scenario where the Home team scores and the Away team scores – however, both teams score the same amount of goals hence the game ends in a stalemate. When this happens, we have stated that it’s a clear example of the notion of both teams to score market. While this is the case, the notion of both teams to score is also showcased in other instances.

A case in point refers to a match where one team outscores the other in winning a match. If the Home team scores 4 goals and the Away team scores 3 goals – the match ends in favour of the Home team. However, when it comes to the notion of both teams to score market, the match will pay dividends to all punters who will have picked this betting market.   

An example of Both Teams to Score

In a clash between Arsenal and Aston Villa, Arsenal wins the match by 4 goals to 1. This simply meaning Arsenal scored four goals while Aston Villa scored one goal. With such a result, punters who would have picked the both teams to score market will be classified as winners as both teams will have rightly scored even if one of them won and the other didn’t.  

Round Up  The Both Teams to Score predictions market is favoured by many punters. Its crystal clear to see why this is the case because each time two high scoring teams clash or two teams with weak defenses’ clash, the predictions are that both teams will score and concede hence the likely outcome of both teams scoring

Matches Predicted to end with Both Teams to Score

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