Arsenal v Norwich -

The personnel changes that both these sides will inevitably make should act as a leveller.

In the Europa League and Carabao Cup, Arsenal have scored nine goals in four matches, with Jack Wilshere, Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud a potent attacking force against weaker opposition than usual.

Norwich have scored 10 goals in three matches in this competition so far this season, though, and should net against a defence that is likely to include Rob Holding, Mathieu Debuchy and Mohamed Elneny.

Leicester v Leeds –

Leicester have scored in 15 consecutive home matches, so the pressure is on Leeds to ensure that this one comes in.

Fortunately, Thomas Christiansen’s rediscovered their attacking panache on Saturday, whacking Bristol City 3-0.

Only one Championship team has scored more away goals this season, so the visitors should fulfil their side of the bargain.

Hibernian v Hearts –

Hibs have scored freely at Easter Road this season.

Neil Lennon’s side put two past Celtic on Saturday to extend their excellent run to 26 goals in nine home games.

Fortunately, they have also conceded in all of their last five home matches, including four in that Celtic match.

That opens the door for Hearts, who have scored in nine of their 10 away games this season.

Bradford v Manchester City Academy –

Bradford will make several changes to their first XI for this game, but that should not compromise their ability to score at least once.

The Bantams won 4-2 in the last round of this competition, away at Chesterfield, while Manchester City’s U23s have conceded 14 goals in their last seven matches.

They have, however, netted nine times in their last four outings, and should manage at least one goal on Tuesday evening.