The Carabao Cup begins in earnest this week as the Premier League's leading lights enter the competition, and we've got a list of six bets that you can choose from for your latest accumulator.
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Man City vs Wycombe Wanderers
When you've got enough quality in your ranks to field two teams of the highest calibre, the term "squad rotation" means something very different and goes a long way to explaining why Man City have won this competition for the last four years.
All of which spells trouble for League One Wycombe ahead of their trip to the Etihad, and the Chairboys could certainly have done without Man City drawing 0-0 against Southampton at the weekend because no team bounces back better than the Cityzens.
After losing 1-0 to Spurs earlier in the season Pep Guardiola's side hammered Norwich 5-0, and last campaign City won all but two of the 13 games they played immediately after a loss or a draw.
The last time they hosted a League One side in this competition, Pep's men steamrolled Burton 9-0, and while we're not expecting that level of dominance this time around, over 4.5 match goals looks good to us, at 5/4.
QPR vs Everton
With Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison and Seamus Coleman all missing, Everton's lack of squad strength was painfully apparent at Villa Park, and with none of that trio set to return on Tuesday it could be a long night for the Toffees in West London.
The one ray of hope for Rafa Benitez's men is that the hosts have gone off the boil in recent weeks, losing two and drawing one of their last three matches, including a shock 2-1 defeat at home to Bristol City last time out.
Everton will attract plenty of punter support at 4/5 but with Rangers sure to raise their game against more illustrious opposition and the shorthanded Toffees likely to feature most of their starters, we're going for both teams to score, at 8/13.
Fulham vs Leeds
Another Premier League side who must negotiate a Championship banana skin is Leeds, who face a daunting trip to a Fulham side who are second in the table after an impressive start to the season.
As for Leeds, impressive is not a word that can be used to describe the opening of their Premier League campaign, as Marcelo Bielsa's men are one of just five winless teams.
A 1-1 draw at Newcastle last time out was a step in the right direction and with Fulham suffering a shock loss at home to Reading last time out, odds of 29/20 on an away win are pretty tempting, especially as Fulham are likely to rest some starters.
We can't quite bring ourselves to trust Leeds though and with both sides having scored in all but one of their matches this season we're happy to take 4/6 on both teams to find the net at Craven Cottage.
Watford vs Stoke
The Hornets did the double over Stoke in the last campaign but this looks like being a tight clash between two sides who could easily find themselves in the same division once again next season, whether it be the Championship or Premier League.
Watford are likely to rotate their squad but Ismaila Sarr's two goals last season against the Potters may convince Xisco Munoz to at least hand the Senegalese ace a substitute berth, and his extra quality could ultimately be the difference between the two sides.
Stoke started the season like a house on fire but have got steadily worse over the last three games, with a win, a draw and a loss in that order, and with Watford securing a morale-boosting win at Norwich last time out, we're happy to back the home win, at a tasty 10/11.
Brentford vs Oldham Athletic
A semi-final berth last year is a great indicator that Brentford boss Thomas Frank will take this year's League Cup very seriously, and a home game against an Oldham side rooted to the bottom of League Two is about as plum a tie as you can get at this stage of the competition.
The Bees will be buzzing after a great start to the season which has seen them win two, draw two and lose just one of their Premier League games and even with a certain amount of squad rotation they should get the job done with something to spare against the hapless Latics.
The home win is a skinny 1/6 but we're happy to boost those odds by adding Brentford -1 to our acca at a more than acceptable 8/15.
Burnley vs Rochdale
Rochdale fans will be licking their lips at the prospect of a north west derby against Burnley, and while there may be three divisions between them, we reckon Sean Dyche's men will need to put in a real shift to see off the Dale.
The visitors are unbeaten in seven in all competitions, winning five of them, and while they have not faced anyone near Burnley's calibre, the current state of affairs at Turf Moor will be great cause for optimism at Spotland.
The hosts have found the net just three times this season, which goes a long way towards explaining why they are winless in six games in all competitions and have lost their last two.
Burnley are still heavily favoured to get their first win of the campaign but with no value at 2/7, with a war of attrition in prospect at Turf Moor we're more interested in under 2.5 goals, at 5/4.