MAYBE the best tip you'll get tonight is: Don't bet on these matches!
They are notoriously difficult to call and in my mind teams only take it seriously at the semi-final stage.
So expect form to go out of the window tonight and most sides will make many changes.
I'm not tipping much but am putting up one or two sides who should win plus a both teams to score line because of the random nature of that market.
I saw Exeter boss Paul Tidsdale say he would be playing his strongest side because he didn't want to affect momentum after a good start. Up from he has ex-Rangers star Alan Gow and former Bristol Rovers are Jamie Cureton at his disposal and both should excel at this level. Consider Exeter at 1-1 (Coral) at home to an Aldershot side who have lost in the first round in the past two seasons.
Notts County will make changes but hopefully not to many at Scunthorpe side who have lost five in a row. Look at County at 7-5 (various).
My both teams to score picks start with the live match between local rivals Portsmouth and Bournemouth which finished 1-1 when they met a couple of weeks ago.
York's last six have seen both score and they travel to a Rotherham side on target in their last six. Take that and add Bristol Rovers v Yeovil, a fixture that has seen both net in four of the last five.
I also like the look of Accrington v Morecambe. Both won 3-0 last weekend and this match has seen both score in four of five meetings.
Complete the line with Southport v Gateshead from the Conference. Their last three meetings have produced 15 goals with both scoring.
Both teams to score
Portsmouth v Bournemouth
Accrington v Morecambe
Rotherham v York
Bristol Rovers v Yeovil
Southport v Gateshead
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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