Sporting Life Accumulator + G4G

We have a 28/1 Sporting Life Accumulator for you to back for Saturday's football as well as a Going for Goals selection.

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Southampton look home bankers against Stoke

Southampton look home bankers against Stoke

We have a 28/1 Sporting Life Accumulator for you to back ahead of Saturday's football action while we have another 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, in which we back both teams to score in a multiple of games.

Here's our latest offering:

SPORTING LIFE ACCUMULATOR


Chelsea, Southampton, Middlesbrough, Port Vale and Oxford all to win at 28/1 with Sky Bet.


Chelsea v Newcastle

Newcastle had a fine first half to the season but the wheels are in danger of coming off and they'll seriously miss Tiote in midfield against such a strong Chelsea side.

Southampton v Stoke

Mauricio Pochettino's Southampton have looked right back to their best in recent weeks, with skipper Adam Lallana leading the way, and they rate 'good things' to see off a Stoke side whose away record is not much short of woeful.

Middlesbrough v Blackburn

Middlesbrough haven't been setting the world alight of late but have only lost one in their last nine games and the return of Danny Graham to the Riverside is expected to provide a much-needed boost.

Port Vale v Swindon Town

Swindon struggle on the road and that trend looks set to continue as they travel to fellow play-off contenders Port Vale, who have won their last three home matches.

Bristol Rovers v Oxford United

Oxford bring some excellent form into this one, being unbeaten in their last 13 away games, and look set to inflict a third straight defeat on League 2 strugglers Bristol Rovers.


GOING FOR GOALS

Both teams to score in Southampton v Stoke, Bolton v Bournemouth, Leicester v Watford, Notts County v Coventry and Scunthorpe v Chesterfield at 18.14/1 with Sky Bet.


Southampton v Stoke

Not the most 'obvious' choice on the coupon due to Stoke's struggles to score away from home but the 2-1 victory against Manchester United last time out will have done their confidence a world of good.

Bolton v Bournemouth

Bolton continue to ensure a torrid season and don't look a side capable of keeping clean sheets although they'll view this clash as one they can at least win.

Leicester v Watford

Considering Watford netted twice in each of their last two away games, including the FA Cup trip to Manchester City, you shouldn't back against them scoring at the runaway Championship leaders this weekend.

Notts County v Coventry

Struggling Notts County will be desperate for all three points this weekend as they face a high-scoring Coventry side who still feel they can claw their way into the play-offs.

Scunthorpe v Chesterfield

The top two in Sky Bet League 2 meet on Saturday and while Chesterfield are the highest scoring team in the division, Scunthrope are certainly not short of goals either.


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