Sporting Life Accumulator
Our Sporting Life Accumulator has an 18/1 selection for Sunday's bumper football programme and Going for Goals also returns.
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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, which is aiming to earn you big profits.
Here's our latest offerings:
SPORTING LIFE ACCUMULATOR
Liverpool to beat Chelsea (Barclays Premier League)
Liverpool may well have been knocked off top spot on Boxing Day but their performance in a 2-1 defeat at favourites Manchester City underlined why they are now genuine title candidates while Chelsea continue to look rather uninspiring.
Leicester to beat Bolton (Sky Bet Championship)
Leicester returned to the summit with a hard-fought win over Reading on Boxing Day and shouldn't have too many problems brushing aside an extremely inconsistent Bolton side.
Cheltenham to beat Mansfield (Sky Bet League 2)
The Robins have won three in four while the Stags haven't tasted victory in 13.
Albion to beat Queen's Park (Scottish League Two)
Rovers have won their last five at home and should be too good for bottom club Queen's Park who have won just once all season.
St Johnstone v Dundee United
Only Celtic have out scored Dundee United in the Scottish Premiership this season although they did concede four times last time out against St Mirren.
Doncaster v Millwall
These two sides have the worst defences in the Sky Bet Championship - there's nothing more to say.
Barnsley v Derby
There's little doubt free-scoring Derby will find the net at struggling Barnsley but the hosts will be desperate to get something from the game as they seek to boost their survival hopes.
Sheffield United v Tranmere
Tranmere have shipped 40 goals in 22 league games so far but they'll fancy their chances of at least finding the net themselves against fellow strugglers Sheffield United this weekend.
Portsmouth v Northampton
Portsmouth's leaky defence are always prone to conceding while their opponents are hardly tight at the back either.