Charlie Nicholas has provided us with his EFL Cup third-round predictions, starting with Tuesday night's eight games.
We've got four contests between Premier League and lower-league opposition, three all Sky Bet EFL contests and, live on Sky Sports 1 HD, a battle between the previous two champions of England.
Here's what Charlie is expecting to happen and his Sky Bet predictions...
This is going to be a cracking game. Chelsea have got problems, not dramatic ones, but Antonio Conte doesn't seem to know what his best team is, going with more workers than creative players.
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They're relying on Eden Hazard as their creator as they're not using a playmaker but Cesc Fabregas should have the chance to come in here, while Conte will rotate with the likes of Pedro and Michy Batshuayi coming in.
Leicester took a while to get going on Saturday but when they did they looked like the champions again and I think they'll knock Chelsea out, with Shinji Okazaki coming back into the side and doing the business.
Charlie predicts: Leicester 2-1 Chelsea, Okazaki to score first (60/1 with Sky Bet)
Well it's a good opportunity for Bournemouth to get their confidence back up after being well beaten on Saturday.
I was surprised Eddie Howe picked Jack Wilshere but I guess he saw it as a free hit, but it was strange to leave Callum Wilson and Benik Afobe out. I think both strikers might play here and they'll go out to build some momentum.
Preston lost by an even bigger margin at Brentford so it's probably an ideal game for the Cherries to do that.
Charlie predicts: Bournemouth 3-0 Preston, Afobe to score first (35/1 with Sky Bet)
I'm not sure about Reading. They've come up with some strange results under Jaap Stam but head into the game on the same points as their hosts, having drawn 2-2 at the Madejski Stadium.
Brighton are a better team and got a nice late winner at the weekend thanks to a Tomer Hemed penalty, so I fancy them to prevail here.
Charlie predicts: Brighton 3-1 Reading, Anthony Knockaert to score first (50/1 with Sky Bet)
This always comes across as a dangerous trip for Premier League sides but Derby have obviously taken a long time to get going under Nigel Pearson, which is a little surprising. They finally got a good result at the weekend so they'll see this as an opportunity to build on that positivity.
Liverpool are a dangerous side away from home and imagine they'll play Divock Origi and Roberto Firmino, while they can't really change much at the back, so I fancy them to come through this
Charlie predicts: Derby 1-3 Liverpool, Firmino to score first (30/1 with Sky Bet)
Everton are going well under Ronald Koeman but he made a lot of changes in this competition with Southampton, so I'd wait until you see the line-ups before having a bet.
We spoke about it on Soccer Saturday, Everton are my dark horses, but have they got enough cover at the back? I'm not so sure. The likes of Gerard Deulofeu, Arouna Kone and James McCarthy will come in and they should be good enough to beat Norwich, who will have a go.
Charlie predicts: Everton 2-1 Norwich, Deulofeu to score first (40/1 with Sky Bet)
Blackburn finally got a result at the weekend but Owen Coyle is under pressure already and it looks like a real struggle for them this season.
Garry Monk looked close to the end but suddenly they've got a couple of results and people are starting to believe again. It feels like they are improving, with Abel Hernandez providing the creativity behind their main threat Chris Wood.
Charlie predicts: Leeds 2-0 Blackburn, Wood to score first (30/1 with Sky Bet)
It's a re-run of the weekend after a big result for Wolves. Walter Zenga got a response after slaughtering his players.
Rafael Benitez will be demanding the response this time and while it might not be a classic performance, I think the likes of Dwight Gayle will be determined to prove they're better than what we saw on Saturday.
Charlie predicts: Newcastle 1-0 Wolves, Gayle to score first (16/1 with Sky Bet)
Well we know Forest score a lot of goals but they also concede plenty. Nicklas Bendtner will be available and I wouldn't be surprised if the story unfolded that he scores.
I would image Olivier Giroud will be fit and then there's Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain, Mohamed Elneny and Granit Xhaka needing game time, while I'd also like to see the young lad Jeff Reine-Adelaide play as I think he'll be a big star. You've also got Kieran Gibbs and Mathieu Debuchy to come in, so I'm not giving them any excuses as this should be a good win.
Charlie predicts: Nottingham Forest 1-3 Arsenal, Giroud to score first (28/1 with Sky Bet)