Sporting Life Accumulator
We have a 13/1 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.
Last Saturday Reading, Brentford, Barnet, Hamilton and Ayr United all got the job done at odds of 16/1 so don't miss this weekend's picks.
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 City to beat Arsenal (Barclays Premier League)
Arsenal's record against title rivals this season poor, and confidence looks shot. City on a high after 3-0 win at Manchester United.
QPR to beat Blackpool (Sky Bet Championship)
Rangers’ home form is showing no signs of dropping off while Blackpool are woeful travellers.
Notts County to beat Colchester (Sky Bet League 1)
County have breathed new life into their survival battle with two wins on the trot.
Forfar to beat East Fife (Scottish League One)
Forfar's play-off hopes suffered a huge blow last weekend but recent wins over Stanraer and Ayr, both above them in the table, means they are still in the hunt.
GOING FOR GOALS
Stoke v Hull
It generally takes a brave punter to put any Stoke game in a going for goals selection but they've bagged seven in their last two games and have only kept one clean sheet in 2014.
Derby v Charlton
Derby will be eager to bounce back from the midweek defeat at Ipswich as they bid to get their promotion bid back on track while Charlton have confidence after an away win at Nottingham Forest.
Rotherham v Bristol City
Rotherham, who have netted 71 goals from 38 games, host a Bristol City side who are also one of the highest scoring sides in Sky Bet League 1 so we expect an entertaining affair.
Swindon v Sheffield United
Swindon and Sheffield United harbour outside hopes of snatching the last play-off spot so there's no option but for both teams to go for the win here.
Aberdeen v Dundee United
Aberdeen will be looking to maintain their grip of second spot as they face the second highest scorers behind Celtic in the Scottish Premiership.