Tranmere v Manchester City Under-21s (19:00)

Both teams have scored in each of Manchester City’s five matches since they entered this competition for the first time last season.

The latest of those was a 4-1 win at League Two side Crewe in September, so expect something similar in this one.

Tranmere have scored in all but two of their 10 home matches in all competitions this season, while their only game in this tournament finished 3-4.

Bournemouth v Norwich (19:45)

Bournemouth have kept just three clean sheets in 17 matches in cup competitions since they were promoted to the Premier League, so expect Norwich to net here.

Daniel Farke’s side are in fantastic form in the Championship, winning all of their last three games, and have scored in 13 of their 15 matches in all competitions this term.

The Cherries have scored three goals in each of their EFL Cup ties so far this season, so they should hold up their side of the bargain.

Crewe v Mansfield (19:45)

Crewe have only failed to score against League Two leaders Lincoln in their last eight matches in all competitions, so back them to find the net at least once here.

The Railwaymen rank seventh for shots on target per home league match, and second for shots on target against, so BTTS should soon land more frequently at Gresty Road.

That sequence should start against Mansfield, who have scored in 11 of their last 13 matches in all competitions. David Flitcroft’s side rank fifth for shots on target per League Two away game.

Cosenza v Pescara (20:00)

At a price not far short of evens, this is a simple stats-based bet.

Pescara have scored and conceded in all of their four league away games this season, including a 2-2 and 1-3 in their last two.

The league leaders go to Cosenza, who have scored in all of their last three home league matches.



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