There’s always going to be a practically endless supply of different betting markets to get behind when it comes to football, and more are starting to get created and put into the limelight as more punters discover more desirable ways to bet.

Getting behind sides to win will always be a cornerstone in football betting but there’s now more options than ever before, leaving win, lose or draw as a last resort to a lot of people.

Always keeping an eye firmly focused on the changing world of football betting is Footy Accumulators, who provide their own tips for every type of bet, as well as offering match previews and all the strongest odds from the best bookmakers on the market.

They’re called FootyAccumulators for a reason and are always ahead of the curve when it comes to backing an acca, providing their own regular football accumulator tips for their mass of followers.

The pull of a Both Teams To Score bet
It makes sense to a lot of punters to back a Both Teams To Score bet rather than a typical win market because it entails both sides to score, rather than needing any specific side to hold out for a win or any other result. It doesn’t even matter how many goals are scored or by who, as long as each side manage to get at least one, which automatically makes it easier than Anytime Goalscorer Markets, Overs Markets, or any others that could also be seen as tempting - even if you can predict that some players will score in practically every game!

Some would even rank BTTS markets as being more worthwhile than outright win markets, as they appear so commonly and are arguably even more likely to predict as opposed to guessing who will win in a given game.

BTTS In Both Halves and Both Score No Draw
The variations of the Both Teams To Score market has only enhanced the accessibility to those interested in backing them. Both Teams to Score In Both Halves has been one of the biggest rising stars.

It’s based around backing each side to score at least once in each half, which means the game must end at a scoreline of 2-2 at a bare minimum, but the odds are significantly enhanced, meaning that a treble of BTTS In Both Halves would prompt some hefty potential returns.

Alternatively, some punters opt to back Both Score No Draw bets. These are similar to BTTS In Both Halves and can’t be cashed out in-play but have been in circulation far longer. All you need to get in order for them to win is both sides to score and the game to not end as a draw.