Sporting Life Accumulator

Check out our Sporting Life Accumulator at enhanced odds of 14/1 while we also have a Going for Goals selection.

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Southampton should deliver at home to Fulham

Southampton should deliver at home to Fulham

Check out our Sporting Life Accumulator at enhanced odds of 14/1 ahead of Saturday's football action while we also have a Going for Goals selection.

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.

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SPORTING LIFE ACCUMULATOR


Southampton, Derby, Reading, Hamilton and Raith Rovers all to win at 14/1 with Sky Bet.


Southampton to beat Fulham (Barclays Premier League)

Mauricio Pochettino's Saints are looking a much-improved side, only suffering one defeat in the league so far this term. Will be buoyed by last weekend's draw at Old Trafford and they should make life very difficult for Fulham.

Derby to beat Birmingham (Sky Bet Championship)

The Rams seem to have been galvanised by Steve McClaren's arrival and the Blues are in freefall.

Reading to beat Millwall (Sky Bet Championship)

In-form Reading are looking to maintain their momentum and should make home advantage count against a Lions side who don't travel well.

Hamilton to beat Falkirk (Scottish Championship)

Leaders Hamilton should be expected to pick up their fifth home win out of six against a Falkirk side reeling after last week's defeat to Dumbarton.

Raith Rovers to beat Morton (Scottish Championship)

Rovers have lost only once in nine home matches so far and find themselves well placed behind Dundee and Hamilton at the top of the First Division. Their opponents may have won at Celtic in the League Cup but that is their only success away from Cappielow. They are rooted to the bottom of the table and are already four points from safety. Defeat here could spell the end for boss Allan Moore.


GOING FOR GOALS

Both teams to score in Norwich v Cardiff, Huddersfield v Leeds, Bradford v Wolves and Sheffield United v Crewe at 8.5/1 with Sky Bet.


Norwich v Cardiff

Both these struggling sides head into this clash on the back of 4-1 defeats and you could say their respective strikers will have opportunities to boost their goal tallies at Carrow Road.

Huddersfield v Leeds

This should be quite a feisty West Yorkshire derby and the visitors will be eager to boost their promotion push against a Terriers side who have only lost once at home this season.

Bradford v Wolves

Bradford and Wolves are two of Sky Bet League 1's highest goalscoring sides so far this season and we'd expect more to come at Valley Parade on Saturday.

Sheffield United v Crewe

Sheffield United should be fired up in Nigel Clough's first game in charge but fellow strugglers Crewe will fancy their chances of adding to the Blades' gloom.


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