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We have a bumper Boxing Day Sporting Life Accumulator involving four EFL teams, enhanced to 33/1 with Sky Bet.

Head here to back Bristol City, Oxford, Lincoln and Grimsby all to win enhanced to 33/1 with Sky Bet

Bristol City (to beat Brentford)

Bristol City are unbeaten in their last five, while Brentford have failed to win a Sky Bet Championship away game this season.

Oxford (to beat Southend)

Oxford have won their last five home games in Sky Bet League One. They take on a Southend side who have lost their last four league away games.

Lincoln (to beat Crewe)

Lincoln sit top of the Sky Bet League Two table and are also the second-best away side in the division. Crewe have lost four of their last six home games.

Grimsby (to beat Port Vale)

Grimsby have won three of their last four League Two games. They face Port Vale who have won just one of their last five home league games

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Klopp facing more injury woe

Jurgen Klopp acknowledges he has serious injury problems to deal with as he heads off with his Liverpool 'warriors' to a warm-weather training camp in Dubai.

West Bromwich Albion's Sam Field scores2

West Brom too strong for Bolton

Goals from Jay Rodriguez and Sam Field moved promotion hopefuls West Brom up to third in the Sky Bet Championship with a 2-0 win away at relegation-threatened Bolton.

The latest done deals and transfer rumours with Sporting Life
3

The Transfer Market: Live

Keep up with all the latest transfer news reports and rumours along with the details of all the done deals and latest betting odds.

Get all the latest football gossip from the day's back pages4

Paper Talk: Carroll to Spurs?

Andy Carroll is a shock contender to solve the striker crisis at Tottenham and Gonzalo Higuain's Chelsea move is imminent. Read all about it.

All smiles in Dubai for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer5

Is Ole Gunnar get United job?

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