Sporting Life Accumulator

Check out our 9/1 Sporting Life Accumulator for Saturday's football action.

Last Updated: 02/11/13 at 14:58 Post Comment

Manchester City are backed to beat Norwich.

Manchester City are backed to beat Norwich.

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


Manchester City, West Brom, Wigan Rochdale and Dunfermline all to win at 9/1 with Sky Bet.


Manchester City to beat Norwich (Barclays Premier League)

Manchester City have won four out of four in the league at home this season and can take another three points against struggling Norwich.

West Brom to beat Crystal Palace (Barclays Premier League)

The Baggies are much the better side in this clash against a Palace side who don't look like scoring.

Wigan to beat Huddersfield (Sky Bet Championship)

Wigan have been woeful away but excellent at home - and they desperately need victory.

Rochdale to beat AFC Wimbledon (Sky Bet League 2)

Rochdale have six wins and a draw from their seven home games so far this season and another victory is coming in this clash.

Dunfermline to beat Elgin (Scottish Cup)

Pars have won three out of five away from home in League One and picked up cup wins at East Fife and Cowdenbeath.


GOING FOR GOALS

Both teams to score in Fulham v Manchester United, Millwall v Burnley, QPR v Derby, Peterborough v Leyton Orient and Cheltenham v York at 14.26/1 with Sky Bet.


Fulham v Manchester United

Clearly Manchester United have looked vulnerable at the back this season and while Fulham could well give them another scare at Craven Cottage, we'd still expect the visitors to strike at the other end.

Millwall v Burnley

We don't need to make a case for Sky Bet Championship leaders Burnley finding the net this weekend but Millwall did score twice in their previous home game - a 2-2 draw with QPR - and a creditable point at Reading last time out shows they are moving in the right direction.

QPR v Derby

This could be considered a more daring selection considering QPR have only conceded once at Loftus Road in the league this season although Derby arrive on the back of scoring 11 goals in their last four games so this game is well worth throwing into your acca at decent odds.

Peterborough v Leyton Orient

Arguably the 'dead cert' of the bunch as two of League One's most attacking sides meet at London Road in a clash which surely promises goals.

Cheltenham v York

Struggling duo Cheltenham and York have shipped 47 goals between them in League Two so far this season - need we say more?


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