Sometimes it’s hard to work out who’s going to win the big match. There are a number of bets though where you don’t have to select the overall winner. One such bet is ‘Both Teams To Score.’ You’re given the options ‘yes’ or ‘no’ so it’s a bet that has nothing whatsoever to do with win-lose-draw.
So just what is a ‘Both Teams To Score’ bet? Well for once in what can sometimes be the confusing world of gambling, this bet is exactly what it says on the tin. It’s most commonly found in football betting but can also be seen in other sports such as ice-hockey. Your simple task is bet on the question ‘will both teams score?’ If you go for ‘yes’ then your bet wins if both sides score, that means your bet could be won within minutes of the game starting. Alternatively you could answer ‘no’ so if only one or neither of the teams score then again you’re a winner.
One of the advantages of this kind of bet is that it could go retain your interest right down to the last kick of the game. Say you have a bet on Liverpool playing Swansea City and it’s 4-0 to the Reds deep into second half injury time. If your bet was on both teams to score you’d still have interest in the game because if Swansea get that late goal then it means little to them but everything to you as your bet comes up.