Goals Galore With Both Teams To Score
One of the most popular betting markets out there is the both teams to score market. This has been introduced by bookmakers over the past few years with huge success, and many punters back on this market every single week. The appeal is that you do not need to back a winner. All you need in the game is goals from both teams involved.
When you are betting on this market, the stats from recent games can really help you out a lot and give you teams to follow and teams to avoid.
The English Premier League is one league where many people will bet on the both teams to score market and that the stats above will help you with your betting. The figures for some clubs will come as no surprise, but it is highly unlikely that Stoke City would be chosen by many people when looking at this market, and they are the most profitable team in the league to follow.
The bottom three clubs are three who you want to avoid, and it is no surprise to see that it is three teams who are really struggling for goals this season. Many people will think it is common sense, but until we see a huge improvement from them, it is advised to keep away from these three clubs in the both teams to score market.
The odds on this market are usually just below evens, so when you are looking for teams to bet on, you want to be looking for teams with a strike rate of over 50%, that should give you value. The top five clubs on the list are all currently above 50%, and while Liverpool are a club who many would expect to be there, the other four clubs are a surprise. Manchester City score a lot, but don’t concede many, so seeing them up there is a surprise, with Stoke, Leicester and Watford rounding off the top five. Without looking at the stats, it is doubtful many clubs would look at Stoke v Watford as being a banker for the both teams to score market, but using the stats it appears to be close to that.
The English Championship is home to a lot more clubs who are performing well in the both teams to score market, with eight of the 24 clubs currently tracking at a 60% strike rate. Of those, Hull have an incredible 80% strike rate at the moment and are certainly a club to follow.
There are many teams on the list who aren’t performing well right now but are still managing to score goals, like Barnsley, Brentford and Sunderland. These are the clubs to keep an eye on, because while they are not performing too well in the league, they are continuing to score goals themselves, making them great candidates for the both teams to score market.
Using the stats can really help your betting and it can help you uncover things you would not normally have looked at. Stoke in the Premier League are a prime example, not many would have picked them out as being the most profitable both teams to score club at this stage.