Both Teams To Score In Both Halves

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We picked out 14/1 & 11/1 winners in Carlisle United v Exeter City and Leipzig v Bayern Munich last weekend, we're hoping we can pick out a big treble in our last BTTS in Both Halves bet of the season.

1869/1 BTTS in Both Halves treble at Sky Bet.

Instead, you can use all three selections as a Patent. £7 stake returns £2,375!

Ingolstadt v Schalke - 10/1 at Sky Bet - Saturday 14:30

Ingolstadt went under a mini-revival to stage an effort to stay up in the Bundesliga after winning three games at the start of April but a run of five games without a win ended their campaign, a year after they finished 11th in the league. Schalke have had a disappointing season in the league, they'll more than likely finish in the top half but it's a big drop-off from finishing in the top 5 last season and were just three points off the top four and securing a Champions League spot. 

In a season of disappointment for both sides, we're hoping there are plenty of goals at the Audi Sportpark. Over 3.5 Goals has featured in three of Ingolstadt's last five home games, with Both Teams To Score in Both Halves featuring in their games against Cologne and Werder Bremen. Schalke have kept just one clean sheet in their last seven away games in the Bundesliga, while BTTS in Both Halves featured in their 4-2 defeat against Borussia Monchengladbach. Ingolstadt have kept just one clean sheet at home this season, we're backing BTTS in Both Halves on Saturday.

BTTS in Both Halves 10/1 at Sky Bet 

Hamburg v Wolfsburg - 16/1 at Sky Bet - Saturday 14:30

The biggest game in the Bundesliga this weekend sees Hamburg take on Wolfsburg in what is essentially a relegation play-off. Hamburg lie 16th in the table, in the relegation play-off spot and need to beat Wolfsburg if they are to avoid playing 2. Bundesliga side Braunschweig in the relegation play-off. A point guarantees safety for Wolfsburg, much like Schalke, they've had a poor season; battling to avoid relegation after they finished in the top half and were contesting in the Champions League quarter-finals in 2015/16. 

Four of Hamburg's last five home games has seen over 2.5 goals come in, while they've failed to score in just one of their last 12 home games in the Bundesliga. Hamburg have kept just two clean sheets in their last seven home games, we should be treated to an epic between two sides battling to avoid relegation. Five of Wolfsburg's last six away games has seen plenty of goals, over 2.5 goals featuring in all five while they've netted six goals in their last four away trips. In a game which will decide who will stay up, we're hoping for plenty of goals.

BTTS in Both Halves 16/1 at Sky Bet

Sassuolo v Cagliari - 9/1 at Sky Bet - Sunday 14:00

Just one point separates Cagliari and Sassuolo as they face off in the penultimate game of the Serie A season. Sassuolo qualified for the Europa League but didn't impress in the group stages apart from beating Athletic Bilbao at home. Sassuolo are unbeaten in their last six league games, winning three while over 3.5 goals has featured in three of their last four Serie A games. 

Cagliari have won three of their last five league games, although all three victories have come at Sant'Elia. Cagliari have failed to score in just one of their last six away trips, netting two at Crotone, three at Palermo and scoring in their defeats against Udinese and Napoli. Over 3.5 Goals has featured in four of Cagliari's last six league games while BTTS in Both Halves featured in their home defeat against Torino. We're backing Both Teams To Score in Both Halves on Sunday. 

BTTS in Both Halves 9/1 at Sky Bet


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As the football betting industry expands, more and more punters try and find a way to be profitable in different markets. Football is one of those sports where there are hundreds of betting markets you can place a number of different bets to keep the game interesting, especially if you find the regular 'X to win' market a bit mundane and at very small odds. 

In the last 18 months the Both Teams To Score In Both Halves market has come to the fore, with SkyBet at the front of this particular market.

This market is quite literally what it says. For example, if you were having a bet on the Everton vs Stoke City game back on 28th December when it finished 3-4 to Stoke City at Goodison Park, where both teams scored in both halves - then you're a winner. 

According to OLBG, the average price of this market in the Premier League at the start of the season averages around 18/1 as shown in our recent bet that we placed money on in this market in the Chelsea vs West Ham United game. 

At Stamford Bridge, West Ham United travelled to Chelsea in a four-goal thriller with West Ham opening the scoring through Manuel Lanzini before Cesc Fabregas equalised. Andy Carroll looked to have scored the winner in the second half for the Hammers until Fabregas popped up again with a penalty to equal the tie, making it 2-2. Anyone who had bet on the Both Teams To Score In Both Halves market in this game would have been a winner. 

Back in September 2014, one punter with Sky Bet made a massive profit off this particular market, staking £1 on a Both Teams To Score In Both Halves treble which returned him over £6.8k! 

The punter selected Fleetwood Town vs Bristol City, Doncaster Rovers vs Chesterfield and Northampton Town vs Accrington Stanley. Two games of the treble were in after 61 minutes, so he wasn't waiting too long until Ivan Toney scored the consolation goal against Accrington Stanley after 78 minutes.

While this treble could be seen as outlandish and a tad lucky, which an average price of 18/1 in most games in the top four English tiers, there are some great odds to be had if you can find the high scoring matches.