Check out our 12/1 Sporting Life Accumulator for Saturday's football action while our Going for Goals selection is back after the international break.
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 weekly Going for Goals selection available again, which is aiming to earn you big profits this weekend.
Here's our latest offerings:
SPORTING LIFE ACCUMULATOR
Newcastle to beat Norwich (Barclays Premier League)
Norwich have conceded a league-high 14 times away from home and Newcastle are on a high after beating Tottenham before the international break.
QPR to beat Charlton (Sky Bet Championship)
Rangers have hardly dropped a point or conceded at Loftus Road and it's hard to see them slipping up this weekend.
Fleetwood to beat Mansfield (Sky Bet League 2)
The Cod Army are right in the promotion shake-up and have the quality to beat Mansfield, who are struggling with injuries.
Cambridge to beat Woking (Skrill Premier)
Cambridge are enjoying life at the top of the Skrill Premier and have won every one of their nine home games so far this season.
Stranraer to beat Airdrie (Scottish League One)
Stranraer started the season slowly but six wins in their last eight has brought them into play-off contention in League One.
Millwall v Barnsley
These two sides share top spot in the 'most Championship goals conceded' table with 31 from their 15 games so far so it's a no brainer to include this game in your both teams to score coupon.
Bournemouth v Derby
Bournemouth have shipped 30 goals in the Championship so far this season and the division's top-scoring side Derby, who have bagged 29 already, should be expected to find the net. However, the Cherries will pose a threat themselves having won four of their seven home games.
Bristol City v Sheffield United
Second-bottom Sheffield United have lost their last two but will be confident of at least finding the net against fellow strugglers Bristol City, who possess one of the division's worst defences. Goals at both ends are on the cards here.
Crewe v Port Vale
Port Vale will be licking their lips at the prospect of getting stuck in to Crewe's woeful defence, which has conceded a whopping 36 goals, as they bid to stay in touch with the play-off places but they're not exactly watertight at the back either.
Accrington v Torquay
Sure, neither of these struggling League Two outfits have lethal strikeforces but in a crunch match at the wrong end of the table, there should be plenty of mistakes made by both leaky defences.