Sporting Life Accumulator

The Sporting Life Accumulator and our Going for Goals selection are here for Saturday's football action.

Last Updated: 30/08/13 at 10:15 Post Comment

West Ham can help our Sporting Life Accumulator win.

West Ham can help our Sporting Life Accumulator win.

As part of our coverage for the 2013/14 football season, we have launched the Sporting Life Accumulator and brought back our Going for Goals selection.

It features 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 latest offering:

Sporting Life Accumulator:


West Ham, Peterborough, Barnet and Hibernian all to win at 12/1 with Sky Bet.


GOING FOR GOALS

Both teams to score in Norwich v Southampton, Blackburn v Bolton, Wigan v Nottingham Forest and St Mirren v Partick at 6.48/1 with Sky Bet.


Norwich will be keen to pick up their first Premier League win of the season on the back of smashing six goals past Bury in the Capital One Cup clash but will struggle to keep a clean sheet against a confident Southampton side who have made a bright start to the campaign.

A potentially feisty Lancashire derby is on the cards as Blackburn, fresh from scoring five at home to Barnsley, face a Bolton eager to prove the critics wrong having failed to win in their opening four games.

Wigan do possess an attacking threat but Owen Coyle's men have shipped four goals in their last two home games and table-toppers Nottingham Forest surely won't doubt their chances of finding the net.

St Mirren are desperate to claim only their second win since lifting the Scottish League Cup back in March but Partick have started the season well and will be confident here.


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