Sporting Life Accumulator

The Sporting Life Accumulator has launched for the new season and we have our first selections for you to follow.

Last Updated: 03/08/13 at 15:06 Post Comment

Billy Davies' Nottingham Forest can start with a win.

Billy Davies' Nottingham Forest can start with a win.

As part of our coverage for the 2013/14 football season, we are launching our new Sporting Life Accumulator.

It will feature the selections of our top tipping team from across the various leagues and you can back the picks every week with Sky Bet.

Here's our opening offering:

Sporting Life Accumulator:


Nottingham Forest, Peterborough, Rochdale and Dunfermline all to win at 11/1 with Sky Bet


Nottingham Forest to beat Huddersfield (Sky Bet Championship)

Forest should go well this season with several new recruits already made and more to follow. Boss Billy Davies will have his side fired up to make a strong start and they should be taken to deliver.

Peterborough to beat Swindon (Sky Bet League 1)

The Posh look well set for a major tilt at promotion back to the Championship, while Swindon are set for a slide down the standings.

Rochdale to beat Hartlepool (Sky Bet League 2)

Keith Hill has Rochdale well set for a good showing after a summer to get things right at Spotland and it will take Hartlepool a bit longer to fire.

Dunfermline to beat East Stirling (Scottish League Cup)

Handed an off-field boost this week, the troubled Pars knocked First Division Cowdenbeath out of the Challenge Cup with an impressive 3-1 away win and despite all their problems they still have plenty of talent in their ranks. They should be too good for their Third Division opponents, beaten last week by Highland League side Formartine.


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