The Capital One Cup proved to be one of last season's most dramatic competitions and we're expecting the usual thrills and spills in tonight's matches.
Clubs from the Championship and Leagues One and Two will be in action tonight and tomotrrow evening in the first round of the competition and here are our choice of best bets.
Hull City, Wolves and Charlton to win - William Hill 5/2
All three of these sides are expected to feature in the promotion/play-off race towards the end of the season and they made clear their intentions by winning at the weekend.
Wolverhampton Wanderers should easily dispose of Terry Butcher's League Two side Newport County tonight and the hosts should dominate from beginning to end.
Hull City started their life back in the Championship with a victory over Huddersfield at the weekend and they should make it two on the bounce when they face Accrington Stanley at the Crown Ground.
Charlton Athletic enjoyed an excellent win over newly-relegated QPR at the weekend and they will also be looking for back-to-back wins when they face city rivals Dagenham & Redbridge.
Benik Afobe to scorer anytime for Wolves - Betfair 23/20
Afobe has been the focus of much transfer rumour and speculation throughout the summer months, however he is still on the books at Molineux and reinforced his position as an invaluable member of the squad by scoring against Blackburn on the opening day of the season.
The forward should have relatively difficulty piercing the Newport defence and he offers excellent value to score against the South Wales side.
Burton Albion to beat Bolton Wanderers - Bet365 4/1
Many of the odds-on favourites in this week's competition will be opting to rest a few key players and Bolton may well prove to be one such side. Indeed, the Capital One Cup early rounds are renowned for a few upsets here and there and Burton Albion will definitely be confident of upsetting the form book.
With Jimmy Floyd Hasselbank at the helm, the Brewers have an attacking mentality and will pose many problems for a Wanderers side who struggled to find the back of the net last season.