SOMETIMES the both teams to score market is much more appealing than taking
One such case is Tuesday's League Cup matches where there are bound to be shocks.
Avoiding them is to key to punters' success but with BTTS you just need goals.
And remember to check for call-offs in the London area with Charlton v Reading and West Ham v Aldershot early victims of the riots. And I've updated my tips following Tuesday's postponement of Crystal v Crawley and Wycombe v Colchester.
Let's start this line with two sides who were involved in 2-2 draws at the weekend – Burnley v Burton.
They met in the FA Cup last season with Burnley winning 3-1.
I can see another home win but nearly two-thirds of Burton's games last season featured more than two goals so they can score and also concede.
I don't see either side putting on a negative face so back this at 1-1 with William Hill and Stan James.
Next I'm looking at Derby v Shrewsbury. The Rams looked half decent as they beat Birmingham at home on Saturday but the Shrews are aiming to go one better in League Two after just missing promotion last season and this could be a cracker. It pays 10-11 with William Hill and Skybet.
Next up it's Paolo di Canio's Swindon at Bristol City. The Italian ace started with a 3-0 win against Crewe while City were walloped by Ipswich at home.
This has the potential to be a shock and there should certainly be goals. Again William Hill go a biggest 10-11.
Finally, I'm heading north for the Annan v Peterhead Challenge Cup clash. Annan stormed to a superb 5-2 win against promotion hopefuls Queen's Park at the weekend while Peterhead were stunned 2-0 at Clyde.
The Highlanders will keen to hit back and get big signing Rory McAllister on the goal trail. Both teams to score pays 8-13 at Chandler and Skybet.
Both teams to score
Bristol City v Swindon
Burnley v Burton
Derby v Shrewsbury
Annan v Peterhead