Sporting Life Accumulator

  • Last Updated: May 2 2014, 12:25 BST

We have a 28/1 Sporting Life Accumulator for you to back for Saturday's football as well as our all-new Goal Frenzy selection

Brighton could be jumping for joy after the visit to Nottingham Forest
Brighton could be jumping for joy after the visit to Nottingham Forest

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 all-new Goal Frenzy selection available, in which we back teams to score two or more goals in a multiple of games.

Here's our latest offering:


Manchester City to beat Everton (Barclays Premier League)

City have the Premier League glory back in their sights and won't miss the target at Goodison Park. with Everton having seemingly had the wind taken out of their sails.

Stoke to beat Fulham (Barclays Premier League)

Fulham are likely to be reeling having thrown away two points at home to Hull last weekend and will find this task too much for them.

Brighton to beat Nottingham Forest (Sky Bet Championship)

Brighton on the verge of the play-offs and will be fired up for the trip to Forest, who have lost their last two and are sitting in mid-table.

Brentford to beat Stevenage (Sky Bet League 1)

Mark Warburton was far from thrilled after the Bees were thumped at Colchester last weekend and he will want a response against already-relegated Stevenage.

Berwick to beat Peterhead (Scottish League Two)

Berwick need to win and hope Stirling lose to sneak into the promotion play-offs and they should be able to do their bit against the champions. Peterhead may be the best team in the league but they were thumped 4-0 by Stirling last week and look to have lost focus.


Manchester City, Newcastle, Bolton and Wycombe all to score two goals or more at odds over 15/1 with Sky Bet

Everton v Manchester City

With fourth place almost gone, Everton won't be as revved up for this clash as the title favourites and we expect City to go for the jugular.

Newcastle v Cardiff

Much has been made of Newcastle's recent struggles but what an opportunity to give their supporters something to cheer against a Cardiff side who are sinking fast following a 4-0 defeat at Sunderland last time out.

Bolton v Birmingham

It's all going wrong for third-bottom Birmingham as we approach the final day of the season and after five straight defeats (conceding 12 goals in the process), we feel Bolton will show no mercy and finish them off.

Torquay v Wycombe

Wycombe simply have to win to stand any chance of survival so you'd think they'll come out all guns blazing against already-relegated Torquay who won't be feeling particularly motivated.