Over 2.5 Goals Stats & Odds Comparison (May 2022) – TPP

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Broadly available across a wide variety of amazing bookmakers, Over 2.5 Goals markets require you to predict the number of goals in any given football game. Keep reading to learn more!

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Over 2.5 Goals Odds Comparison

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TPP Match Result And Over / Under 2.5 Statistics Table

We have also put together a table with the Match Result and Over / Under 2.5 statistics for teams from 29 different leagues around the globe. The table also shows the actual number of matches won compared to the matches played in the current season.

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Win & Over 2.5

This table shows the number of matches where teams have been involved in a game where over 2.5 goals were scored, and the game was won, alongside the success rate percentage:

Win & Under 2.5

This table shows the number of matches where teams have been involved in a game where under 2.5 goals were scored, and the game was won, alongside the success rate percentage:

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Over 2.5 Goals Statistics

The table above features Over 2.5 Goals stats for teams from across 29 leagues around the globe. The data displays the number of matches played by a particular team in which both teams involved have scored a combined total of over 2.5 Goals, while the coloured bar represents the percentage of total games in which more than 2.5 goals were scored.

There are a number of ways you can use the table:

  • Use the Search bar to find a specific teamleague or country.
  • Sort the information (using the arrows) by either Team, Matches Played (Pd) or Percentage (%).

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We currently offer Over 2.5 Goals stats for teams from the following countries and leagues:

  • Austria – A-League
  • Belgium – First Division A
  • Brazil – Serie A
  • England – Premier League, Championship, League One, League Two & Conference
  • Finland – Veikkausliiga
  • France – Ligue 1 & Ligue 2
  • Germany – Bundesliga & 2. Bundesliga
  • Greece – Superleague
  • Holland – Eredivisie
  • Italy – Serie A & Serie B
  • Norway – Eliteserien
  • Portugal – Primeira Liga
  • Scotland – Premiership, League One & League Two
  • Spain – La Liga & Segunda División
  • Sweden – Allsvenskan
  • Switzerland – Super League
  • Turkey – Süper Lig
  • USA – MLS

 

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Over/Under 2.5 Goals Definition

Over or Under bets are based on the total number of goals in a match. This includes both the goals scored by the home team, as well as the ones scored by the away team.

The number of goals you will be betting on will never be a whole number such as 1, 2 or 3, but will always have a decimal place added to it, such as 1.5, 2.5, and so on. Since no team can ever score 0.5 of a goal, this helps betting sites avoid any doubt as to what should be considered a successful bet and what should not.

Over/Under bets range between 0.5 and 4.5, with some betting sites sometimes offering extended markets up until 8.5 goals. It is also common for bookies not to offer odds on both Under and Over the number of goals when the number becomes high.

  • For example, a betting site will typically only offer odds on Over 6.5 goals and not Under 6.5, as the possibility of that happening is too high for the betting site to be offering odds.

Over 2.5 Goals Meaning

In the case of a bet on Over 2.5 goals in a match, a result containing a total of 3 goals or more (such as 3-0, 2-1, 1-2, 4-2) is considered to be successful. This means that any result with a total of 2 or less goals is considered a failed one.

Here are some examples where an Over 2.5 goals bet would win:

  • Manchester City 2 – 1 Chelsea
  • Paris Saint-Germain 4 – 0 Lyon
  • Bayern Munich 3 – 2 Borussia Dortmund

Under 2.5 Goals Meaning

Naturally, an Under 2.5 goals bet works in the inverse way to the one above. If a match ends with 3 or more goals scored, then the bet is considered to be unsuccessful. 0-0, 1-0, 2-0, 1-1 are the only accepted results for an Under 2.5 goals bet.

The below matches are examples of when an Under 2.5 goals bet would be successful:

  • Tottenham 0 – 1 Manchester United
  • Juventus 2 – 0 Napoli
  • Atletico Madrid 1 – 1 Real Madrid

 

Over 2.5 Goals Meaning Explained Further

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(source: bet365.com, 25.09.2021, 16:00 – odds subject to change)

Part of the reason the Over 2.5 Goals betting market is one of the most popular with punters is probably its simplicity. You are essentially predicting whether or not the total goals that will be scored in a match will be over 2.5 by the time normal play time ends. To help you wager on this market with complete confidence, we’re going to clear up a couple of common misconceptions and provide an example, so you know exactly what to expect.

First off, when we say “normal play”, we mean that this market – unless otherwise specified – does not include extra time or penalties. It does, however, include injury time. In other words, any goals which take place in extra time or through penalties after normal play (penalties scored in normal play are valid) will not count to the number of goals scored for this market.

So, if you bet on there being over 2.5 goals, and two are scored during normal play, and another two are scored in extra time, the latter point makes no difference to this market. You would still lose your bet. As far as over 2.5 stats are concerned, the game ends with extra time. When you look at our best Over/Under 2.5 Goal statistics above, they also do not count goals outside of normal play in order for them to be the most useful over 2.5 tips for this market.

The other point of confusion for some people is whether or not both teams need to score over 2.5 goals for this bet to be successful. This is not the case. While there are other similar markets – including an Over 2.5 Goals market for individual teams to score over 2.5 goals, which we’ll discuss in greater detail shortly – your standard Over 2.5 Goals market is only concerned with the collective goals scored by both teams in normal play.

Let’s look at some examples from the best Premier League betting sites.

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Premier League Results (source: Google)

None of these games featured goals in extra time, making this a nice clear example. If you bet on there being over 2.5 goals in the following games, your result would be an unsuccessful bet on Liverpool vs Crystal Palace, Arsenal vs Brighton and Fulham vs Newcastle. However, your wager would be successful on Manchester City vs Everton, Aston Villa vs Chelsea and Leeds United vs West Brom.

Note how it makes no difference to the result of the bet when Manchester City are the sole goal scorers, as it’s just the overall goal amount for the game that matters.

Why Not Call It Over 2 Goals?

You cannot score half a goal, so why are the Over 2.5 Goal stats written that way? How can you work out the over 2.5 probability if the basis of your prediction is partially on something that does not make a whole lot of sense?

Well, the fact that you cannot have half a goal is actually the whole point. Consider our examples above. If the market were over 2 goals, we would have three matches which amount to a draw for your wager. By making the goal line at half a point, it means that the final result must be at either side of that half a point: you either win or lose your bet. If it is 3 goals, then you have a winner. If you have 2 goals, the bet is a loser.

This market actually uses the impossibility of a half goal to ensure a definitive result on this market. You can, on some football betting markets, like Asian goal line betting, bet on over whole goals. In this scenario, if you bet on over two goals and those games ended in exactly two goals, you would get a refund, and it would be like your bet never took place. There’s no better system here objectively; it comes down to what you prefer. And, if you want a definitive result, this football betting market is ideal.

It also has some strategic advantages. It is easy to use Over 2.5 Goals stats to work out an Over 2.5 Goals probability, because they are consistently definitive yes or no results. Having a large number of draws would further complicate matters, and make our Over 2.5 Goals stats tougher to wrap your head around. In other words, half a goal streamlines both the results of the bet, and our understanding of those results to better estimate over 2.5 goals probability before placing your bet.

What About Under 2.5 Goals Markets?

We have consistently talked about the over market here. Indeed, our Over 2.5 Goal stats are exactly that: they show you how often a team has been involved in games that have seen more than that number of goals. And you can use that information to help work out the Over 2.5 Goals probability in an individual upcoming game. We have done this in order to give this article and the Over 2.5 Goals stats focus.

However, you are just as free to bet on the result of the game being under that amount as well. Markets going Under 2.5 Goals are available wherever the Over market is, as far as all our research can indicate.

Over 2.5 Goals stats are every bit as useful here. Just utilise them in reverse. Let’s take some of the best teams for Over 2.5 Goals. If LA Galaxy, for example, have Over 2.5 Goals stats of 83%, that means, logically, they must have a 17% stat for going under those goals. The best Over/Under 2.5 goal statistics have the under probabilities implied within them if you just reverse the numbers.

Other Over/Under Goals Markets

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The reason that Over 2.5 Goals probabilities are so interesting and so common when it comes to betting markets is that they just so happen to be a goal line which is commonly close to evens. To give extreme examples, the Over 0.5 markets and Over 4.5 markets are very likely to be over and under respectively.

Over and Under 3.5 and 1.5 are also commonly available, and all of those options may be perfect for you. It may be that for that game and those teams, they just provide better odds based on your predictions than the Over 2.5 goals probability offer by the bookmaker.

However, 2.5 goals markets remain a perfect middle ground. That is why we have gone for over 2.5 goals stats here, and why it is likely the one you’ll see available first from most bookmakers.

 

Similar Football Betting Markets to Over Under 2.5 Goals

It's not just a variety of over/under markets across various goal lines which can help provide a healthy dose of betting variety. There’s also plenty of other great markets which we think achieve similar things, but do so in their own unique and interesting way.

In fact, our Over 2.5 Goals stats might be useful for some of these as well, not least because knowing the Over 2.5 Goals probability can also assist if you want to bet on multiple markets. There’s plenty to choose from, but here’s five that we feel are especially relevant to those of you interested in this market:

  • Final Score

Knowing the Over 2.5 Goals probability is very handy for correct score betting. If you thought simply predicting whether a goal amount would be over or under a certain number was not enough of a challenge, then you can try your hand on a market where the only way to win is to choose the exact score at the end of normal play. If you are looking to be challenged and want long odds with potentially big payoffs, this could be perfect for you.

  • Both Teams To Score

One of the issues you may have with final score as a market, aside from its difficulty, is that you have to make a decision on which team you think will win that match. Being able to bet without picking a winner is a big part of the appeal of our best Over/Under 2.5 Goal statistic table, and Both Teams To Score (BTTS) is another market that is ideal for those who find that idea appealing.

Again, simplicity is key. All you need to do is say whether or not you think both teams will score when the final whistle blows. Not only is this a great market for those who want to bet on how a game will be played as opposed to picking a winner, but Both Teams to Score is also a fabulous option for betting football betting combinations.

  • Total Corners

This might not make much use of our Over 2.5 Goals stats, but it is similar in the sense that this is an Over/Under market based on the performances of both teams and the kind of game you think you are about to see.

Total corners might not immediately grab you in the same way that a goals market does initially, because goals are naturally a more exciting part of the game. But dig a little deeper and you will find a market that really makes you think about how teams approach games, their style of attack and moving forward, and the impact of how teams mesh together in play. It’s as deep or as simple as you want, with football corner stats being vitally important, a great showcase of the versatility of the available football betting markets.

  • Team To Score Over 2.5 Goals

Earlier, we went over the confusion that sometimes arises over the specifics of the Over 2.5 Goals markets. Most commonly, this market includes the points scored by both teams. That is what our Over 2.5 probability percentages relate to.

However, you can also bet on whether you think an individual team will score over 2.5 goals, or indeed, over another goal line. To be clear, the goals scored by the team you have not backed are irrelevant to this bet type.

  • First Goalscorer

If you want to back a goal-based market but can’t wait until the final whistle, then this might be the perfect market for you. All that counts here is who scores that first goal, injecting instant excitement into any game. It's also versatile – if you want shorter odds, you can also bet on the first team to score, as opposed to individual players.

There’s also Last Goalscorer and Anytime Goalscorer as well. We picked First Goalscorer here because it’s such a great market to rack up the tension early in the game. But again, there’s about as many alternatives as you could possibly imagine, meaning you can enjoy a really personalised and exciting football betting experience.

  • Match Result And Over / Under 2.5 Goals

When it comes to combining Match Result and Over/Under bets, we are essentially putting two single bets together into one. This is because, in order to get this type of bet correct, the punter must get the match winner and the Over/Under part of the bet right. Naturally, this means the odds on this type of bet will be higher than the odds of choosing a winner and placing an Over/Under bet separately. It is important to note that this bet includes injury time but does not include extra-time in the case of knockout matches.

Let’s say you wish to bet on Leicester City vs Man City. The odds on the Citizens to win are 8/15, and the odds on the match having over 2.5 goals are 13/20. Now, betting on Match Result (City to win) and Over 2.5 Goals gives us odds of 13/10. As we can see, it is more profitable to put one £10 stake on the Match Result and Over 2.5 Goals than to split the stake equally over 2 single bets, provided both outcomes will eventually be correct.

 

What Are the Advantages of the Over 2.5 Goals Market?

You can probably tell by this point that we are pretty big fans of this market. In our opinion, working out the over 2.5 goals probability is one of the most satisfying ways to bet amongst an immense amount of options. And we haven’t even yet gone through everything we love about it.

As you can see from our Over 2.5 Goals stats, we are nothing if not thorough, so we’re going to break down five of our favourite reasons this market is such a great option.

1. Versatility

As we’ve highlighted already, there’s an immense selection of markets that you can use instead of this one, many of which can also utilise Over 2.5 Goals probability information. There’s also lots that can be used alongside it as part of a double or multiple bet. On top of that, you can change the goal line to better suit your predictions and the odds which work best for you. It’s even great for accumulators, which we’ll go into more detail about shortly.

2. You Don’t Need to Pick a Team to Win

One of the biggest dilemmas in betting comes when your heart and your head are pulling in two different directions. Generally, this happens because people think they have to back a team to win. Obviously, you always want your favourites to win, but this might not always make a smart bet. Either you’ll be betting on underdogs you don’t really think stand a chance, or on favourites with very short odds. Handicap betting is known to help with this, but the Over 2.5 Goals market goes even further, allowing you to bet without backing a team at all.

3. Easy Use of Stats

Goals are one of the easiest parts of any game to understand and analyse, which is why our Over 2.5 Goals stats are so useful. You don’t need to have a deep strategic understanding to get that more goals scored by a team more often makes an over result more likely. Working out Over 2.5 Goals probability has that perfect balance of potential depth as well as simplicity for more casual users. A big part of that is how simple it is to use Over 2.5 stats.

Simply selecting two high-scoring teams won't automatically guarantee over 2.5 goals scored in a match; however, the chances are considerably greater if the defensive records are not as great as the attacking ones. We strongly suggest not only looking at attacking stats but having a look at defensive ones too.

4. Win Before the Game is Over

We’ve talked a lot in this article about the final whistle. However, it is important to note that with an Over market, the bet could be settled at any time during normal play. Unlike the under market – where there is always the possibility of a team scoring over that amount last minute – you could easily see three goals in the first half. Similar to the First Goalscorer market, this provides a whole heap of extra intrigue in those early portions of a game, giving you reason to pay attention long before the final moments. Speaking of which…

5. It Can Make Dull Games Interesting

The fact is that some football matches can be rather bland, and if you are just talking about To Win markets, not all necessarily provide good betting opportunities. The Over 2.5 Goals market could be the answer to your indifference.

Let’s say you're watching a game with low stakes, and you are pretty sure one team is walking away with the win. If those two teams regularly pull between two or three goals a game – especially if their head-to-head collisions have generally ended that way – you’ve just discovered the perfect market to create an interesting confrontation based on those Over 2.5 Goals stats. All markets have the capacity to make games more interesting, but few do it as well as figuring out an Over 2.5 Goals probability.

 

How to Use Over 2.5 Goals as Part 0f an Accumulator

As mentioned earlier, one of the things we really love about this market is how well it plays with other bet types. There’s perhaps no better example of this than how well this Over/Under betting option works with accumulators.

With accas, you are always looking for markets that work well together, especially because they can carry as many legs as you would like. That versatility makes Over 2.5 Markets ideal, whether you’re planning an accumulator over many matches or a few selections. That’s because it rarely contradicts whatever else you are betting on. You can even make an accumulator up entirely of over bets if you like. It is entirely up to you, and that’s the beauty of it.

Betting in Over/Under 2.5 goals Market With Free Bets

Many bookmakers often offer free bets as part of welcome offers for new customers. It is also a tactic used to keep existing customers coming back to the site with frequent football betting promos.

Given this market is one of the most popular football betting markets, and considering it normally comes with higher odds than the odds available when betting on a match favourite, this could be an ideal opportunity for a considerable return when using any free bets available.

We feel this market strikes a balance somewhere in between guessing whether a team scores or not and guessing the correct score of a match. Since it doesn’t require guessing the winner, you could potentially win regardless of the match outcome.

Tip: Try and look out for leagues in which high-scoring games are frequent.

 

Tips on Making the Most Out of the Over 2.5 Market

This is a market of hidden depths, despite its conceptual simplicity. So, while you are more than free to simply take a punt at whether you reckon the goals will be over or under a certain amount, it’s not necessarily the smartest way of figuring out over 2.5 goals probability. That is why we’ve come up with five top over 2.5 tips to help you on your way.

1. Utilising Our Statistics

Naturally, we didn’t work on our lovely Over 2.5 stats for nothing. They are so easy to utilise, and understand that we think even if you are more of a casual bettor, they are still worth checking out. It’s easy to spot at a moment's glance the teams with over 2.5 goals regularly and even the very best teams for Over 2.5 Goals.

  • If you still haven’t decided which match to bet on, then we suggest looking at the general competition stats for goals per game and having a look at which pairing of teams is most likely to give you a match a 'clear' over or under 2.5 goals outcome. You may also look into home and away trends to get a good grasp of who might have a relatively ‘easy’ win coming up.
  • If you have already put your eyes on a particular match, then we suggest looking into the individual stats of the teams in question so as to figure out whether to place an Under or an Over bet on the match and, if so, what number of goals would hit the optimal risk vs reward point for you.

Moreover, if you want to go into more depth, we have plenty of fantastic strategic articles to help you alongside our dedicated football statistics tool KickForm.

2. Give the Game Ten Minutes to Get Going and Bet Live

Most goals aren’t scored in the first ten minutes. This means that if you want to hold off and bet live on this market, you can often take these ten minutes to get a great feel for the kind of energy that game has before committing to a bet. You can theorise all you want about how a team is going to approach a game, check out the Over 2.5 Goals stats, and look at the teams with Over 2.5 Goals in their recent record.

3. Understanding the Impact of Different Leagues on Over 2.5 Goals Probability

If you check out our Over 2.5 Goals stats table in detail, you will notice that there are some quite big distinctions generally. Certain leagues will have more goals on average than others. As far as top leagues go, the German Bundesliga is pretty famous for having high-scoring seasons. It’s as important to understand the best-scoring leagues, just as it is to understand what are the best teams for Over 2.5 Goals, as you’ll have a better frame of reference for what to expect against other teams in the same league. Keeping on top of the Over 2.5 Goals stats for leagues consistently is vital, too, as it continually changes. Consider, for instance, that the Premier League has seen a surge of goals in 2020 and 2021 as an example of how quickly things can change.

4. Take Advantage of the Under Market

Sometimes the Over market is simply not the right way to go. If you think that it’s going to be a low-scoring game, then you should seriously consider the Under market. Often, the latter will give you very good odds, as people prefer an exciting, high-scoring game. After all, people are more interested in the best teams for over 2.5 goals – not just because they are statistically useful, but because more goals are exciting. This can mean people overbet on the Over market, allowing for the Under market to come away with exceptional odds, especially at bookmakers with the best odds. Spotting those opportunities is as good a betting opportunity as we can think of.

5. Consider What the Current Situation of the Teams Involved Is

Knowing what the team’s current situation is will help set the scene for the football match. It can also let you in on a few key details which match statistics will not, such as:

  • Has the team got many injuries in attack or defence? That might affect how solid they are defensively or how dangerous they are in attack.
  • Is the coach under pressure to avoid defeat? Then he could set up the team conservatively to avoid conceding goals and try to get an odd goal through counterattacks.
  • Has the team been on a goal draught? This could trigger the manager to try and adapt a more attacking style of play than previous matches.

This type of research does not require a lot of effort, but will help you build a better understanding of the circumstances in which the match will be played. For context, here are some key figures we’ve extracted from last season across the top European leagues.

 

Over/Under 2.5 Goals Trends from Europe’s Top Leagues

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

During the 2020/21 season, the English Premier League averaged 2.69 goals per match.

  • While playing away, Manchester United won 63% of their matches and never lost. Leeds United never ended a match in a draw.

Percentage of Matches Played Involving More Than 2.5 Goals Last Season

  • Overall, West Ham (63%) , Leicester (63%) and Manchester United (61%) were involved in the most matches with Over 2.5 goals.
  • When playing at home, the top teams with the highest percentage of matches with more than 2.5 goals were Leicester (68%), Aston Villa, Newcastle and Manchester United (all 63%). The teams with the lowest percentage were Sheffield United (32%), Burnley and Fulham (both 37%).
  • When playing away matches, the teams with the highest percentage of matches played in which there were more than 2.5 goals scored were Leicester (68%), Aston Villa, Leeds United and Manchester United (all 63%). In this case, the teams with the lowest percentage were Fulham (26%), Newcastle (32%) and Everton (37%).

Total Goals Per Match Ratio (Including Opponent Goals) From Last Season

  • Overall, Leicester was highest in the Premier League at 3.11 goals.
  • In home matches, Manchester United had the most at 3.47, while Wolves (2.42), Arsenal (2.37), Brighton (2.32), Burnley (2.16), Sheffield (2.05) and Fulham (1.95) all had results lower than 2.5.
  • In away matches, Leeds United led the way with 3.53 goals per match, while 8 teams had an average of less than 2.5, the lowest being Brighton and Wolves at 2.21.

SPANISH LA LIGA

The Spanish La Liga registered the lowest average goals per match from the top 4 leagues, with 2.51 per match in the 2020/21 season.

  • While playing at home, Atletico Madrid only lost once and won 79% of their matches at the Wanda Metropolitano. From the other side of the city, Real Madrid only lost once while playing away.

Percentage of Matches Played Involving More Than 2.5 Goals Last Season

  • Overall, Barcelona (68%), Celta Vigo (63%) and Villareal (58%) were involved in the most matches with Over 2.5 goals. This could possibly change drastically for Barcelona as the sale of Lionel Messi, the league’s top scorer, could impact the number of goals the side will be scoring.
  • When playing at home, the top teams with the highest percentage of matches with more than 2.5 goals were Barcelona (68%), Celta Vigo (63%) and Villareal (58%). The teams with the lowest percentage were Getafe (21%), Sevilla, Huesca and Eibar (all 26%).
  • When playing away matches, the teams with the highest percentage of matches played in which there were more than 2.5 goals scored were Granada (68%), Valencia, Villareal and Barcelona (all 58%). In this case, the teams with the lowest percentage were Valladolid (32%), Atletico Madrid, Athletic Bilbao, Osasuna, Levante, Cadiz, Huesca, Real Betis (all at 37%).

Total Goals Per Match Ratio (Including Opponent Goals) From Last Season

  • Overall, Barcelona had the highest ratio, with 3.24 goals per game played.
  • In home games, Barcelona topped the list with 3.37 goals per game. In the lower parts of the table, 9 teams (including Real Madrid and Sevilla) recorded less than 2.5 goals per match.
  • In away games, Granada had an average of 3.26 goals. The lowest ratio here was from Atletico Madrid and Athletic Bilbao, with an average of 2.11 goals being scored in matches where they were being hosted.

ITALIAN SERIE A

In Italy, goals were surprisingly abundant as the country’s top-flight league averaged 3.06 goals per match – the highest among Europe’s best leagues.

  • Inter won a whopping 17 out of 19 matches at the San Siro, and 74% of those matches had more than 2.5 goals scored in them.
  • Despite ending in 7th place, Roma lost more than half their away matches. They’ll be trying to change that under Jose Mourinho’s management.
  • 50% of Torino’s home matches ended in a draw.

Percentage of Matches Played Involving More Than 2.5 Goals Last Season

  • Overall, Spezia (74%), Crotone (71%) and Parma (68%) were the teams with the highest percentage of involvement in matches, with over 2.5 goals.
  • When playing at home, the teams which had the highest rate of matches with more than 2.5 goals being scored were Inter (74%), Juventus, Sampdoria, Atalanta and Spezia (all at 68%). The lowest in this category were Udinese (21%), Cagliari and Fiorentina (both 42%).
  • On the flip side, when playing away, it was Spezia, Parma and Crotone (all 79%), who had the highest percentage of matches featuring more than 2.5 goals. Cagliari (37%), Benevento, Lazio and Verona (all 42%) were at the lower end of this table.

Total Goals Per Match Ratio (Including Opponent Goals) From Last Season

  • The highest overall were Atalanta and Crotone, with 3.61 goals per match overall.
  • The highest ratio in home matches came from Atalanta - 3.84 per match. The only two teams with a home average lower than 2.5 were Verona (2.42) and Udinese (1.74).
  • The highest ratio in away matches was registered by Crotone – 4.16 per match. The only team with less than 2.5 was Genoa at 2.42.

GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

The German Bundesliga has been synonymous with high-scoring matches and has continued the trend throughout the 2020/21 season, registering an average of 3.03 goals per match.

  • Over the course of the season, both Bayern Munich and Eintracht Frankfurt managed to remain unbeaten at home.
  • Schalke did not manage to win a single match when playing away from home.
  • Bayern Munich scored an impressive 99 goals in 34 matches, just 3 goals shy from averaging 3 goals per match without considering opposition goals. 64 of those goals came from home matches!
  • RB Leipzig managed to concede less than one goal per match when playing at home.
  • 100% of Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund’s home matches had more than 1.5 goals.

Percentage of Matches Played Involving More Than 2.5 Goals Last Season

  • Overall, Bayern Munich (79%), Borussia Dortmund (74%) and Borussia M’gladbach (71%) had the highest percentage of match with more than 2.5 goals.
  • When playing at home, the teams which had the highest rate of matches with more than 2.5 goals being scored were Bayern Munich (82%), Hoffenheim, and Borussia Dortmund (both at 76%). The lowest in this category were FSV Mainz and Bielefeld (both 35%).
  • On the other hand, when playing away, it was Borussia M’gladbach (82%), Bayern Munich, Schalke 04 and Eintracht Frankfurt (all 76%) who had the highest percentage of matches, featuring more than 2.5 goals. The lowest percentages where recorded by Werder Bremen (35%), Union Berlin and Bayer Leverkusen (both 41%).

Total Goals Per Match Ratio (Including Opponent Goals) From Last Season

  • Overall, Bayern Munich have topped the charts with 4.21 goals per match.
  • The Bavarians registered an outstanding average of 5.00 goals per match when playing at home. In fact, 53% of all home matches at the Allianz Arena had more than 5.5 goals scored! Only 3 teams had an overall home average of under 2.5 goals. These were Bielefeld (2.12), FSV Mainz and RB Leipzig (both 2.47).
  • As for matches away from home, Borussia M’gladbach sat at the top of the table with 4.06 goals, while Bayer Leverkusen (2.12) and Bielefeld (2.47) were the only two sides with an average of under 2.5 goals.

 

Over 2.5 Goals Stats FAQs

You can find constantly updated Over 2.5 Goals stats for a wide variety of top leagues right here at ThePuntersPage.
If you want to find which teams with over 2.5 goals head up the top of their leagues, or even the world, you have come to the right place. Our Over 2.5 Goals table allows you to choose the league and see which team comes out as the most consistent goalscoring team.
We think the reason you see 2.5 goals as the most commonly utilised goal line is that it consistently provides interesting odds and betting scenarios, as usually there’s a solid possibility of it going either way.
Absolutely – this is a fantastic market for use in all kinds of football match accumulators.
No. Your standard Over 2.5 Goals market counts the goals from both teams cumulatively, meaning so long as the total goal number is 3 or over, the bet would be successful regardless of who scored those goals.

 

ThePuntersPage Final Say

We think we've made a fair case for the Over 2.5 Goals market being the most accessible of any. When we investigate the best teams for Over 2.5 Goals, we are getting to the heart of the things which make us passionate fans, while also not necessarily needing to back a team to win.

It makes this a market you can utilise in almost any situation you see fit – all you need to do is think whether the total goals will be over or under that amount. Whether you’re someone who considers themselves a bit of a footie armchair expert, or a person who just likes to place a casual bet every now and again, Over 2.5 Goals is perfect for all levels and types of bettor.

No level of football betting experience, not even what team you support, is a barrier for this true everyman of betting markets!