Last season, 22 of the 35 Carabao Cup first round games watched both teams score, and now I am expecting for more carnage that Tuesday. It’s still very early in the season, and it is always tough to predict just how many changes that the various directors will create for this particular round of fixtures, but I’ve identified five matches that have great BTTS possible. I’m starting off with the biggie: AFC Wimbledon v MK Dons. Wally Downes has made a name for himself in Kingsmeadow, although it’s away from home in which he’s really excelled — on home land, his Wimbledon unwanted are very susceptible, as well as 65 percent of their Kingsmeadow experiences seeing both teams score last year, I’m confident for a repeat on Tuesday. Both of Wimbledon’s League One matches this effort have witnessed both teams score, while newly-promoted MK Dons (who had a 70 percent BTTS-rate on the road last year ) will fancy their odds of at least finding the internet against the Wombles. This’ll be a highly-charged atmosphere, and goals shouldn’t be in short supply. ?? After playing out a 2-2 draw as recently as Saturday, Mansfield and Morecambe meet once again at Field Mill. Though Mansfield should be too strong for Morecambe, the Stags have looked a shadow of his former selves defensively this year, conceding twice in the first half at the opening two matches. It looks like new Stags boss John Dempster has not really got his feet under the table following David Flitcroft’s sacking at the end of last season, and I’m confident the Shrimps will probably once more be able to harness this and find the internet on Tuesday (while also conceding in all probability ). The four games QPR and Bristol City have performed collectively this season have seen both teams score, and I hope nothing whatsoever at Loftus Road. I have been impressed by QPR this season, and they possess some really good young players that can deal the Robins some harm — chief Eberechi Eze and Ilias Chair. Bristol City are much better side than QPR on newspaper, and have the caliber to get the net on Tuesday; with four goals in their past two visits to Loftus Road, I am certain that they will. Grimsby have amazed me so much this season; the League Two outfit have four points from their two games from Morecambe and Bradford, and that I believe they’ll give League One Doncaster a really good game in Blundell Park. Darren Moore’s Donny have attracted their opening two league games 1-1, and I simply can’t see them hitting the heights of last season, in which they ended from the play-offs under Grant McCann. This ought to be a hard-fought game; well over half of Doncaster’s off games saw both teams score last season, and I think that is well worth backing on Tuesday. My last BTTS choice is Huddersfield v Lincoln, at a really solid price. The Terriers haven’t looked up to considerably defensively this season, and I can see them struggling against a Lincoln side who are not only deadly from set-pieces, but adore a Cupset. Both of Huddersfield’s matches this year have seen both teams score, whereas the Imps have won their opening 2 2-0 — the newest away at Rotherham where–even though being pummelled for the majority of the game–they scored via two high balls into the box. Lincoln’s physicality will cause Huddersfield problems at the John Smith’s, also evens is a good price to rear either side having pleasure in front of goal. Read more here: