betting guide

What is BTTS in Football Betting?

November 21st, 2019 by

Both teams to score, or BTTS for short, is where you need to pick matches in which you think both teams will score. This is a really simple way of betting on football and one of the best ways because who wins does not matter, as long as both teams score.   What is the BTTS meaning? BTTS is just the shortened down version of both teams to score. Both…

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What Happens to an Accumulator if a Game is Postponed?

September 12th, 2019 by

If a match is postponed or abandoned, there are different rules from each bookmaker so you will need to check the specific bookmaker terms and conditions to find out what happens to your accumulator if a match is postponed. The general rule is that if a match is called off before the start of the game, that will simply be a void selection in your bet. This is the simplest…

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Horse Racing Terms & Abbreviations

July 23rd, 2019 by

Horse racing is arguably the biggest sport in the UK when it comes to betting, with racing every day and major events such as Cheltenham and the Grand National welcoming wagers totalling the millions. But if you’re not well versed in the language of horse racing betting, then you may find it a struggle to understand the market and make the most of tips and odds. We understand that all…

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Understanding Probability In Betting: What You Need To Know

July 11th, 2019 by

If you’re looking to start betting on sport, then the first thing you’re going to need to understand is probability. Not only will it help you back a winner, but it’s absolutely vital in calculating odds and understanding who a bookmaker is backing as favourites. Here at thatsagoal we can help. In fact, this guide will explain exactly how you calculate probability from betting odds…   What Is Probability In…

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