The Daily Acca: Burnley to be dumped out by Millwall

Burnley manager - Sean Dyche
Sean Dyche hasn't hid his frustration from the Burnley board

Paul Robinson was one goal short of a winner yesterday, and he's aiming for compensation back in the Carabao Cup this evening. Here are his Daily Acca selections:

- Back Millwall @ 9/5
- Back Everton & BTTS @ 19/10
- Back BTTS in Leicester v Arsenal @ 13/20

The Acca pays approximately 12/1

Clarets to be knocked out by Championship club

Bet 1: Back Millwall @ 9/5 - KO 19:00 BST

The Lions have started the season well under Gary Rowett, and they have a great chance of taking a Premier League scalp in the League Cup tonight.

Millwall have taken four points from their opening two Championship games, and are yet to concede a goal. In this competition they have already knocked out Crawley and Cheltenham, and they don't lose too many games at the Den.

Burnley were beaten 4-2 at Leicester in their Premier League opener, and it's no secret that Sean Dyche is frustrated with the club's transfer policy. There is every chance that he will field a very weak second string XI here in order to make a point. Even if he doesn't, the hosts are more than capable of beating them.

Goals expected at Fleetwood

Bet 2: Back Everton & BTTS @ 19/10 - KO 19:45 BST

The Toffees are a very short price to beat Fleetwood this evening, which is of course no surprise given their strong start to the campaign, and while I do believe that they will win, I'm not convinced that it will be to nil.

Carlo Ancelotti will no doubt give some of his squad players a run out at Highbury tonight, and they still aren't the most defensively sound team anyway.

Joey Barton's men have been in good goal-scoring form this year, and there is no chance that he will allow his players to phone it in against his hometown team.

No clean sheets at the King Power

Bet 3: Back BTTS in Leicester v Arsenal @ 13/20 - KO 19:45 BST

All of the starts might not be on show at the King Power tonight, but I am still expecting a few fireworks.

Both the Foxes and the Gunners have made great starts to the season, as they have both won their opening two games. The goals have been flowing for the pair of them, with Leicester notching seven and Arsenal five.

More goals should be on the cards in this one, with plenty of fringe players trying to impress.

Daily Acca 2020/21 P/L

Wagered: 22pts
Returned: 0pts
P/L: -22pts

2019/20 P/L: +35.3pts

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