There's plenty of Premier League interest on Tuesday as the second round of the League Cup begins.
There's also Champions League play-off action, with what is sure to be a Dutch delight in Eindhoven as free-scoring PSV take on in-form Benfica.
Planet Sport have compiled a list of seven bets from all the major competitions which you can select from for your latest accumulator.
We also have a fantastic new ACCA INSURANCE offer to help you out placing your Tuesday night wagers. This promotion is available to new and existing Planet Sport Bet customers, and full T&Cs apply.
Leeds United vs Crewe Alexandra
The Railwaymen have come off the tracks recently, losing three on the spin in League One and their fans will not relish a trip to Elland Road, where the Leeds fans will make a Tuesday night League Cup clash sound like the World Cup final!
With a loss and a draw from their opening two matches Marcelo Bielsa will be keen to get off the mark this season, and even with the inevitable changes to the team we expect a typically committed performance from United who will find a home in many an acca despite odds of 1/3.
However, with no goals in three games it's hard to see Crewe breaching the home goal in their very own War of the Roses, so we're all over Leeds to win to nil at 13/10.
Huddersfield vs Everton
This looks like a real banana skin for the Toffeemen as the Terriers have won two on the trot and should be snapping at the heels of their more illustrious opponents all night long, roared on by a full house at the John Smith's Stadium.
However Rafa Benitez's men have shown great fighting spirit this season, coming from behind to beat Southampton and standing strong at a red-hot Elland Road, taking the lead twice against Leeds before drawing 2-2.
Another trip to West Yorkshire should hold no fear and having reached the last eight of the Carabao Cup in the previous two seasons, the men from Goodison Park are 8/13 to start their latest cup run successfully.
However, after conceding three goals in their first two Premier League games we've seen more than enough from the men from Goodison Park to make 4/5 on both teams to score seem a very attractive proposition.
Barrow vs Aston Villa
A total of 53 places separated these two sides in the pyramid last season and the hosts can consider themselves unlucky to be facing one of the best teams they could have drawn at this stage.
After losing at Watford on the opening day, Villa righted the ship in fine fashion with a 2-0 victory over Newcastle headlined by a goal of the season contender from Danny Ings.
And with injury problems throughout the side we don't envisage Dean Smith making wholesale changes, which makes Barrow's task even more difficult.
Villa are a skinny 4/11 to get the win in 90 minutes but we're confident they can also keep a clean sheet against a side averaging less than a goal a game in League Two this season, with Villa to win to nil a 29/20 shot.
Norwich vs Bournemouth
After facing two of the best sides in the Premier League and conceding eight goals in the process, Norwich will be glad of the step down in class against Bournemouth.
However, we're still sensing a shock could be in the offing at Carrow Road, as the Cherries are unbeaten in five in all competitions this season and have a 100% away record thanks to league victories at Notts Forest and Birmingham,
Bournemouth will have no fear of a side they defeated 3-1 on their last visit to Carrow Road and in Dominic Solanke they have one of the most in-form strikers in the Championship, with the ex-Liverpool ace netting three times in his last two games.
All of which means we just can't resist an acca-friendly 11/4 on the away win.
PSV Eindhoven vs Benfica
Benfica's 2-1 win in the first leg was the Eagles' fifth straight in all competitions this season, and they followed it up with a 2-0 league victory at Gil Vicente last time out.
That loss halted a run of six consecutive victories for PSV but they returned to form quickly with a 4-1 Eredivisie win over Cambuur, which was their 15th unbeaten home game in all competitions, a run which stretches back to January.
It's hard to ignore 10/11 for a PSV win, but with Benfica averaging two goals a game and PSV knocking them in at a remarkable rate of almost three per match, over 2.5 goals is also sure to be a popular acca addition at 5/6.
Ferencvaros vs Young Boys
This tie is finely balanced after Young Boys secured a 3-2 victory in Bern last week, but as we learned during the Euros the Hungarian fans are an excitable lot and in front of a packed house at the Groupama Arena the Swiss side will have to put a real shift in to qualify.
Ferencvaros will also take heart from Young Boys' poor away record in all competitions this season, as the visitors have won just one of their four games on the road.
By contrast Ferencvaros have been pretty formidable on their own patch, winning four out of five in all competitions including all three of their home legs in the previous rounds of the Champions League.
Both teams to score is 4/9, but if that's too short for you 21/10 on the home win is certainly the value bet here.
Ludogorets Razgrad vs Malmo
Malmo followed up their 2-0 win over Ludogorets in the first leg with a 3-0 league victory over Degerfors, and the Swedish Allsvenskan leaders have now lost just two of their last 19 games.
Razgrad rebounded from that loss with a 5-0 hammering of Lokomotiv Sofia, but we're not reading too much into a win over a side in the lower echelons of the Bulgarian top flight.
We're far more interested in Ludogorets poor Champions League form as they have now failed to win their last three qualifiers, needing penalties to squeak past Olympiakos in the previous round after two draws.
And Malmo should see them off once again at a tasty 9/5.