Sporting Life Accumulator

Fresh from last week's 12/1 winner, our Sporting Life Accumulator has another 12/1 selection for Saturday's football action.

Last Updated: 30/11/13 at 14:43 Post Comment

Everton should cruise to victory over Stoke

Everton should cruise to victory over Stoke

Fresh from last week's 12/1 winner, our Sporting Life Accumulator has another 12/1 selection for Saturday's domestic football action while Going for Goals also returns.

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.

Last weekend our picks of Newcastle, QPR, Fleetwood, Cambridge and Stranraer all won to net us a 12/1 triumph so why not follow our advice this Saturday?

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


Norwich, Everton, Leicester, Watford, Dumbarton all to win at 12/1 with Sky Bet.


Norwich to beat Crystal Palace (Barclays Premier League)

Norwich should be backed to make it back-to-back home wins as they face a Crystal Palace side who have lost five of their six away games this season.

Everton to beat Stoke (Barclays Premier League)

The Toffees should run out comfortable winners here especially if Romelu Lukaku is again on top form while Stoke are proving to be a softer touch than usual this season.

Leicester to beat Millwall (Sky Bet Championship)

The Foxes have won seven of their last ten and look in great shape to beat the Lions.

Watford to beat Yeovil (Sky Bet Championship

Watford will be eager to bounce back after last week's defeat to Bolton and we think their task will be relatively straightforward against rock-bottom Yeovil.

Dumbarton to beat Berwick (Scottish Cup)

Championship side Dumbarton have won four of their last five away matches while opponents are struggling in League Two and needed a replay to get past junior outfit Culter in the last round.


GOING FOR GOALS

Both teams to score in Cardiff v Arsenal, Newcastle v West Brom, Bournemouth v Brighton, Middlesbrough v Bolton and Crewe v Crawley at 13.38/1 with Sky Bet.


Cardiff v Arsenal - Cardiff have managed to score against Chelsea and both Manchester clubs this season while leaders Arsenal will surely create plenty of chances themselves.

Newcastle v West Brom - Newcastle are undoubtedly one of the form sides in the top flight but West Brom striker Shane Long should cause problems at the other end of the pitch.

Bournemouth v Brighton - Bournemouth possess one of the worst defences in the Sky Bet Championship but they have a pretty good home record and should get on the scoresheet.

Middlesbrough v Bolton - Middlesbrough have been involved in several high scoring games this season and this weekend run into a Bolton side who are beginning to find their stride.

Crewe v Crawley - Crewe just can't stop leaking goals but we feel they can strike at the other end against midtable Crawley.


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