The Sporting Life Accumulator features the selections of our top tipping team from across the football pyramid in England and Scotland.
Our 11/1 selection won last Saturday and now you can back our latest picks with Sky Bet at 14/1.
We also have our weekly Going for Goals selection available again, which is again aiming to earn you big profits.
Here's our latest offerings:
SPORTING LIFE ACCUMULATOR
Manchester City to beat Cardiff (Barclays Premier League)
It won't shock any of you to reveal we expect Manchester City to beat Cardiff with ease at the Etihad. Manuel Pellegrini's men have scored 99 goals so far this season and now we get ready for the century.
Bournemouth to beat Watford (Sky Bet Championship)
Bournemouth have improved of late and this is a huge price against a team who have only won once in 12.
Scunthorpe to beat AFC Wimbledon (Sky Bet League 2)
Scunthorpe have won seven of their last nine games and have made a significant investment in their squad in January.
Luton to beat Wrexham (Skrill Premier)
Luton sit at the top of the Skrill Premier table and have won their last nine home games in the league.
Livingston to beat Morton (Scottish Championship)
Livingston have stormed up the table and have won four of their last seven, including away at Dundee last week. Now they face a side on a bad run.
Doncaster v Wigan
Donny will be desperate for a win as they look to arrest their alarming slide into the relegation zone while Wigan have certainly picked up under Uwe Rosler and should be expected to find the net.
Middlesbrough v Charlton
Nobody can doubt Middlesbrough's goalscoring threat this season and games involving Charlton, who have netted in each of their last five games in all competitions, have tended to deliver on this coupon in recent weeks.
QPR v Huddersfield
This may look a rather bold selection given QPR's mean defence, especially at home, but Huddersfield did manage to net twice at Burnley recently and can be considered one of the higher scoring sides in the division.
Crawley v Wolves
This is obviously a big game for Wolves as they look to boost their automatic promotion hopes while Crawley know they've got to string a run of wins together very soon if they are to give themselves a shout of the play-offs.