Sporting Life Accumulator

The Sporting Life Accumulator provides a 12/1 selection for Saturday's action.

Last Updated: 21/09/13 at 14:57 Post Comment

We want Newcastle to celebrate victory on Saturday.

We want Newcastle to celebrate victory on Saturday.

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

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 Going for Goals selection available again.

Here's our latest offering:

Sporting Life Accumulator:


Newcastle, Nottingham Forest, Wycombe and Dunfermline all to win at 12/1 with Sky Bet.


Newcastle to beat Hull (Barclays Premier League)

Newcastle have responded well to criticism and Hull offer little in the way of an attacking threat. Home win the call.

Nottingham Forest to beat Doncaster (Sky Bet Championship)

Forest can bounce back by taking advantage of Doncaster's poor home record in this Championship contest.

Wycombe to beat York (Sky Bet League 2)

The Chairboys have won three on the spin while York have lost four on the trot. This looks a home banker.

Dunfermline to beat Airdrie (Scottish League One)

After a slow start, Jim Jefferies' Pars have won two of their last three league games, scoring nine goals in the process. They are now second in the table and are starting to look like the side that will get closest to Rangers.


GOING FOR GOALS

Both teams to score in West Brom v Sunderland, Brighton v Bolton, Middlesbrough v Bournemouth and Celtic v St Johnstone at 9.31/1 with Sky Bet.


West Brom v Sunderland (Barclays Premier League)

The Baggies have finally found their touch in front of goal and should strike against struggling Sunderland, who have at least been involved in high scoring games of late.

Brighton v Bolton (Sky Bet Championship)

Rock bottom Bolton can't keep a clean sheet at the moment but they did score twice last time out and may well be on the brink of turning their season around.

Middlesbrough v Bournemouth (Sky Bet Championship)

Middlesbrough's last five games would have won this bet while Bournemouth head to the Riverside in confident mood of maintaining their encouraging start to the campaign.

Celtic v St Johnstone (Scottish Premiership)

Although Celtic are understandably hot favourites for victory here, the Saints could well take advantage of the Hoops' midweek efforts in the Champions League to at least get on the scoresheet.


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