Sporting Life Accumulator

  • Last Updated: April 25 2014, 8:58 BST

We have a 20/1 Sporting Life Accumulator for you to back for Saturday's football as well as a Going for Goals selection.

Fulham: Head the Sporting Life Accumulator
Fulham: Head the Sporting Life Accumulator

The Sporting Life Accumulator features the selections of our top tipping team from across the various 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:


Fulham to beat Hull (Barclays Premier League)

Fulham have found form in the relegation battle with two wins in their last three matches and can pick up three points again.

Notts County to beat Swindon (Sky Bet League 1)

Four home wins in a row for the Magpies and they need to make it five in their bid to avoid the drop.

York to beat Newport (Sky Bet League 2)

The Minstermen are unbeaten in 15 and we can't see Newport stopping their charge.

Berwick to beat Queen's Park (Scottish League Two)

Berwick have to win to remain in the hunt for fourth and Queen's Park are well adrift at the bottom of the table.


Both teams to score in Fulham v Hull, Derby v Watford, Wigan v Blackpool, Coventry v Wolves and Rotherham v MK Dons at odds over 12/1 with Sky Bet

Fulham v Hull

Fulham need the points desperately but their weak defence should allow Hull a few sighters on goal.

Derby v Watford

Derby will be out to keep spirits high ahead of the play-offs while the Hornets simply must go for the victory in order to keep their very faint hopes of making the top six alive.

Wigan v Blackpool

A home win is on the cards but a large travelling support could help inspire the Seasiders in the battle to beat the drop.

Coventry v Wolves

Nothing needs to be said of Wolves' threat up front while Coventry are the fourth highest scoring side in Sky Bet League 1 this season.

Rotherham v MK Dons

Only Wolves have scored more than Rotherham in League One but with a play-off spot secure and no hope of finishing in the top two, they may allow a relaxed MK Dons side to find a way through.