BTTS tips and predictions for this week’s League Cup matches taking place on Tuesday 13th August. Our tipster has picked out four matches for your both teams to score coupon in the UK this week.
Barnsley vs Carlisle
Blackpool vs Macclesfield
Nottingham Forest vs Fleetwood
Salford vs Leeds
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These midweek games selected for the BTTS four-fold accumulator feature ties from the EFL Cup with three Championship teams playing against potential giant-killers capable of scoring goals. The remaining game involves a rejuvenated Blackpool hosting a Macclesfield outfit which could surprise a few people this season.
Having not lost a competitive match at Oakwell last season, Barnsley began their Championship campaign by beating Fulham 1-0 on home soil before losing 2-0 at Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday. The Tykes will hope to extend this impressive home form when hosting this EFL Cup tie against a Carlisle outfit for which manager Steven Pressley has promised a more attacking approach this term. The team has responded by scoring twice in both League Two matches played to date.
There is a renewed sense of optimism at Bloomfield Road with the long-awaited change of ownership, and the Blackpool players have responded by scoring five goals in winning their opening two League One contests. The Tangerines now host this EFL Cup tie against League Two Macclesfield with the visitors tipped to be involved in a relegation battle. Yet Sol Campbell’s team responded to an unfortunate 1-0 opening day loss at Exeter by beating Leyton Orient 3-0 on Saturday, and they drew 1-1 at promoted Lincoln back in March.
Amid a season of inconsistent form, Fleetwood could only finish eleventh in League One last season, but they have been tipped for a more promising 2019-20 campaign. That optimism may be justified as they have netted five goals in winning their first two games although defensive uncertainty remains. The Cod Army will be aware that both teams have scored in each of the Championship games played by Notts Forest this term, and the EFL Cup tie hosts have played tough opposition in West Brom and Leeds. Forest will be seeking a first victory of the season against Fleetwood.
When eventually claiming promotion from the National League last season, Salford lost just once on home soil during the regular campaign from the beginning of March onwards, and they began life in League Two by beating Stevenage 2-0 at Moor Lane. City may have lost 2-0 at Crawley on Saturday but they will be motivated by hosting this EFL Cup tie against a Leeds outfit which has claimed four points from their opening two Championship contests. Both teams have also scored in those games.
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