Sporting Life Accumulator Charity Challenge: Football betting tips for Tuesday September 26

Last Updated September 26 2017, 18:46Football
Crawley are backed for victory on Tuesday night
Crawley are backed for victory on Tuesday night

Check out the latest Sporting Life Accumulator ahead of another full programme of Sky Bet EFL matches on Tuesday night - and log in for an enhanced price with Sky Bet!

Sporting Life Accumulator - 26/09/17


Otherwise, you can back Aston Villa, Middlesbrough, Peterborough and Crawley all to win at 20/1 here

Aston Villa to beat Burton (Sky Bet Championship)

Championship giants Villa are waking from their early-season slumber and go into games with Burton and Bolton on a high after their first back-to-back wins of the campaign. It's not hard to see them comfortably inside the top six heading into the next international break.

Middlesbrough to beat Norwich (Sky Bet Championship)

Boro have shown tremendous resilience to come away from their last two Championship games with four points having twice been behind against QPR (won 3-2) and salvaged a late draw from their trip to Fulham. Norwich are unbeaten since heavy defeats to Villa and Millwall last month but haven't been altogether convincing and face a tall order at the Riverside.

Peterborough to beat Oldham (Sky Bet League One)

There are usually goals when these sides meet (a remarkable 43 in the last 10 head-to-heads) and high-flying Posh should be buzzing after their dramatic weekend win over Wigan. Oldham have lost two on the spin and could be forgiven for feeling a little sorry for themselves in light of Saturday's 5-1 hiding at Rotherham.

Crawley to beat Newport (Sky Bet League Two)

Newport aren't an easy side to play but they look a much happier team at home at Rodney Parade and Crawley's weekend win over Barnet suggested they are now getting it all together under Harry Kewell. The hosts look good value in this one on the back of that confidence-boosting away win.

Sporting Life Accumulator Charity Challenge information

Every week, Sky Bet are giving us a £10 free bet on the Sporting Life Accumulator. We're going to keep a running total which you will be able to follow. Every bet we have will be registered, every profit and every loss calculated.

Come the final weekend of the Premier League season if we are winning, as we hope to be, we'll give every penny to our chosen charity - the Give A Duck Foundation.

If we lose, we will still make a generous donation to Give A Duck. But our aim is that we win, you win and that, in doing so, we're able to give a sizeable cheque to a charity whose fine work you can read about here.

So following our recent 33/1 winner we currently have £330 in the bank for the charity.

We know that some weeks you'll be on board with us. Others, you might think we've got it completely wrong and ignore our selections and if you have got a winner to share, you know where to find us.

Sky Bet's Crowd Boosted Acca

The more it's backed, the bigger the price gets!

That's the theory behind Sky Bet's Crowd Boosted Accumulator for Tuesday night's action.

It's actually a treble with the price for Manchester City, Liverpool and Real Madrid all to win starting at 7/2. Depending on how popular it is, the price could rise to 13/2. And remember, if you back it at the lower price you will still get the highest odds reached.

The trio face Shakhtar Donetsk (h), Spartak Moscow (a) and Borussia Dortmund (a) respectively.

Click here for full details and to place your bet.

Tuesday's Crowd Boosted Acca!
Tuesday's Crowd Boosted Acca!

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