Last year, 22 of the 35 Carabao Cup first round games saw both teams score, and I am expecting for more carnage this Tuesday. It is still quite early in the summer, and it’s always difficult to predict just how many changes that the several managers will make for this round of fittings, but I have identified five games which have great BTTS potential. I’m starting off with the biggie: AFC Wimbledon v MK Dons. Wally Downes has certainly made a name for himself at Kingsmeadow, although it’s away from home in which he’s actually excelled — on home land, his Wimbledon side are very vulnerable, as well as 65% of the Kingsmeadow experiences seeing both teams score last year, I’m confident for a repeat on Tuesday. Both of Wimbledon’s League One matches this effort have noticed both teams score, whereas newly-promoted MK Dons (who had a 70% BTTS-rate on the street last season) will enhance their chances of at least finding the net against the Wombles. This’ll be a highly-charged feeling, and aims shouldn’t be in short supply. ?? After playing a 2-2 draw as recently as Saturday, Mansfield and Morecambe meet again in Field Mill. Although Mansfield must be too powerful for Morecambe, the Stags have appeared a shadow of his former selves defensively this year, conceding twice in the first half in the opening two matches. It looks like new Stags boss John Dempster hasn’t really got his feet under the desk following David Flitcroft’s sacking at the conclusion of last season, and I am confident the Shrimps will probably once again have the ability to exploit this and find the internet on Tuesday (while also conceding in all likelihood). The four games QPR and Bristol City have performed collectively this season have seen both teams score, and I expect nothing different at Loftus Road. I have been impressed with QPR this year, plus they have some extremely good young players who will cope with the Robins some damage — primary Eberechi Eze and Ilias Chair. Bristol City are a better side than QPR on newspaper, and possess the quality to come across the internet on Tuesday; with four goals in their last two visits to Loftus Road, I am certain they will. Grimsby have amazed me so much this season; the League Two outfit have four points from their two matches from Morecambe and Bradford, and I think they’ll provide League One Doncaster a excellent match at Blundell Park. Darren Moore’s Donny have attracted their opening two league games 1-1, and I just cannot watch them hitting the heights of last year, in which they finished in the play-offs beneath Grant McCann. This ought to be a hard-fought game; well more than half Doncaster’s off games saw both teams score each season, and I think that is well worth backing on Tuesday. My final BTTS pick is Huddersfield v Lincoln, at a very good cost. The Terriers haven’t looked up to considerably defensively this year, and I can see them fighting against a Lincoln side that are not only deadly from set-pieces, but appreciate a Cupset. Both of Huddersfield’s matches this season have seen both teams rating, whereas the Imps have won their opening two 2-0 — the newest away at Rotherham at which –even though being pummelled for the majority of the match –they scored through two high balls into the box. Lincoln’s physicality will cause Huddersfield issues in the John Smith’s, and also evens is a good price to back either side with pleasure before goal.