Sporting Life Accumulator
We have a juicy 30/1 Sporting Life Accumulator for you to back for Saturday's football as well as a Going for Goals selection.
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The Sporting Life Accumulator features the selections of our top tipping team from across the various English and Scottish leagues and you can back the picks every week with Sky Bet.
We also have our Going for Goals selection available again, in which we back both teams to score in a multiple of games.
Here's our latest offering:
SPORTING LIFE ACCUMULATOR
Manchester United to beat Newcastle (Barclays Premier League)
Newcastle have been awful in their last two games and the Red Devils can make it three defeats in a row for Alan Pardew's men.
Doncaster to beat Birmingham (Sky Bet Championship)
Doncaster have won four of their last six while the Blues continue to slide towards danger.
Southend to beat Cheltenham (Sky Bet League 2)
Southend are back on track after a poor run and Cheltenham don't have a great home record.
Barnet to beat Forest Green (Skrill Premier)
Forest Green have lost their last two away games and Barnet are on the up after Martin Allen's return.
Norwich v West Brom
Games involving West Brom have not been short of goals in recent weeks while the same could be said about the Canaries.
Charlton v Reading
Charlton will be eager to make it back-to-back wins as they look to boost their survival hopes while Reading are motivated to cling on to sixth spot.
Huddersfield v Bolton
Neither side have much to play for but Huddersfield's last three games have seen 15 goals while Bolton have shown in recent weeks that they are trying their best to end a disappointing season on a high.
Sheffield United v Leyton Orient
Free-scoring Leyton Orient need a victory to stay in touch with the automatic promotion places while Sheffield United are still in with an outside chance of reaching the play-offs so simply must go all out to attack.
Bury v Exeter
Bury are on an encouraging run of form and will seek to maintain the momentum against an Exeter side who are still not completely safe.