Get ready to watch the goals fly in on Tuesday night as the EFL Cup offers up a Tuesday night feast.
We’ve pinpointed a five-fold BTTS Acca with a juicy price of 21/1:
- Nottingham Forest v Wolves – BTTS
- Watford v Crystal Palace – BTTS
- Sheffield United v Derby County – BTTS
- QPR v Oxford United – BTTS
- Swansea City v Plymouth – BTTS
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Tuesday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Nottingham Forest v Wolves
Neither side have registered a league win yet this season, so will be looking to the EFL Cup for a springboard into some sort of domestic form.
We haven’t seen a clean sheet for either side in their last six.
Watford v Crystal Palace
An all-Premier League clash with two sides looking to flex their domestic muscles.
Both Watford and Palace will be fully concentrated on survival this season, so a rotation in both starting elevens is expected.
A London derby is still a London derby; raised pulses can lead to errors…
Sheffield United v Derby County
Sheffield United can’t shake that losing funk.
Since relegation from the Premier League, the Blades have taken one point from 12 available, scoring just once.
The EFL Cup will provide a good distraction for both sides and a good opportunity to play into some form.
These sides are probably quite well matched – backing BTTS looks sensible.
QPR v Oxford United
QPR have made an impressive start to their Championship campaign.
Ever the entertainers, the Super Hoops have continued their trend of goal-fests into this campaign, scoring nine and conceding five in four matches.
Oxford have bagged in their last 11 outings and should continue this run at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
Swansea City v Plymouth
Plymouth will smell an opportunity at the Liberty Stadium.
The Swans have struggled for form since the end of last season, with Plymouth winning three of their last four, scoring nine.
This one has all the ingredients for a high-scoring encounter.