What better way to shake you out of that post bank holiday weekend blues bubble than a tantalising amount of League Cup games as the big boys enter at round 2.
Giant killings will no doubt ensue but right now we’re only interested in which sides aren’t shy of shipping a goal or two whilst maintaining a healthy scoring record themselves as we look to land another BTTS treble!
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Burton Albion vs Fulham
League 2 high fliers Burton welcome Premier League opposition to the Pirelli Stadium looking to continue their unbeaten start to the season. Two draws and two wins see Albion sitting nicely in 5th place at this early stage. The home side have scored in every game thus far, also netting 5 (and conceding 4) in their last 2 matches, and will be looking to impress with The Cottagers in town.
Meanwhile, Martin Jol’s new-look attacking side may boast the likes of Taarabt, Bent and Berbatov, but for all their flair, they’ve suffered defensively of late. All roads lead to a fair few goals for the underdogs home fans to enjoy!
Leyton Orient vs Hull City
Barry Hearn’s beloved Orient are the form team of the country right now after winning every single one of their games this season in both league and the cup. The O’s welcome Steve Bruce’s side to Brisbane Road where they’ve scored 8 goals in their last 3 matches during this uncharacteristically impressive start from Orient.
Bruce unleashed his Spurs duo (Huddlestone and Livermore) at the weekend to great success and he will be looking to register back to back wins against the League One pace setters who in turn won’t give up their 100% record without a fight so the Tigers will certainly have to earn their stripes!
Peterborough vs Reading
BTTS bankers Peterborough had a rare off day in the goals galore market last weekend although it was through no fault of their own after they hardly abandoned their all-out attacking ethos with a 5-0 mauling of Tranmere.
The Royals meanwhile suffered their first defeat of the season at Blackpool on Saturday and will be looking to bounce back with a victory here. The away side’s last match in this competition ended 7-5 and whilst we’ll be hard pushed to see that amount of goals, there should be plenty between these two sides!
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