Sporting Life Accumulator + G4G

We have an 11/1 Sporting Life Accumulator for you to back for Saturday's football as well as a Going for Goals selection.

Last Updated: 15/02/14 at 14:25 Post Comment   

Cardiff can put their league worries behind them in the FA Cup

Cardiff can put their league worries behind them in the FA Cup

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


Cardiff, Sheffield Wednesday, Wolves and Annan all to win at 11/1 with Sky Bet.


Cardiff to beat Wigan (FA Cup)

Cup holders Wigan have recorded eight losses from 15 away matches and made hard work of getting past MK Dons in the third round. Cardiff aren't exactly flying but home advantage is huge for them and this clash should provide them with a welcome escape from their Premier League relegation worries.

Sheffield Wednesday to beat Charlton (FA Cup)

Wednesday were on a really good run of form prior to their disappointing midweek defeat at the hands of Wigan but that 3-0 scoreline didn't tell the whole story as the Owls created plenty of chance but just couldn't find the net. They can bounce straight back at the expense of Championship rivals Charlton.

Wolves to beat Notts County (Sky Bet League 1)

Wolves are hitting their straps at the right time with four wins on the spin and can make it number five against County.

Annan to beat East Stirling (Scottish League Two)

Promotion chasing Annan got back to winning ways last week to make it five victories in seven overall and also five in seven at home.

The visitors won their first three away in the league but since then it's just two in nine. The hosts should be too good.


GOING FOR GOALS

Both teams to score in Cardiff v Wigan, Doncaster v Barnsley, Coventry v Bradford, Preston v Leyton Orient and Portsmouth v AFC Wimbledon at odds over 17/1 with Sky Bet.


Cardiff v Wigan

Premier League strugglers Cardiff will be happy to put their Premier League survival battle on hold, while Sky Bet Championship play-off hopefuls Wigan come into this clash with very little to lose.

Doncaster v Barnsley

This Yorkshire derby features two sides desperate for all three points in the relegation battle so we feel goals are in store here.

Coventry v Bradford

Coventry are the second highest scorers in Sky Bet League 1 this season but their defence isn't too hot, and should give Bradford chances to capitalise.

Preston v Leyton Orient

Promotion hopefuls Leyton Orient, and League One's top scorers, visit a Preston side eager for a victory which would boost their own aspirations of a top-two finish.

Portsmouth v AFC Wimbledon

Portsmouth will be going for the win as they continue to look over their shoulders in League Two but AFC Wimbledon will be confident of finding the net given the home side's leaky defence.


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