Sporting Life Accumulator

Following the weekend success, we have a 22/1 Sporting Life Accumulator for you to back in the midweek football action.

Last Updated: 25/03/14 at 19:39 Post Comment

Leicester are backed to continue their march to the top flight

Leicester are backed to continue their march to the top flight

Following the weekend success, we have an 22/1 Sporting Life Accumulator for you to back on the midweek football action.

The Sporting Life Accumulator features the selections of our top tipping team from across the various English and Scottish leagues and you can back the picks every week with Sky Bet.

After our selections came up trumps at 16/1 over the weekend, here's our latest offering:

SPORTING LIFE ACCUMULATOR


Man City, Leicester, Shrewsbury and Northampton all to win at 22/1 with Sky Bet.


Man City to beat Man United (Barclays Premier League)

The away side have too much class for United, whose recent 'recovery' has to be put into some context. City have also won four of the six Manchester derbies.

Leicester to beat Yeovil (Sky Bet Championship)

The champions elect should move another three points closer to the Premier League with a win over the struggling Glovers.

Shrewsbury to beat Carlisle (Sky Bet League 1)

The Shrews gave their battle against the drop a huge boost at the weekend and can keep the momentum going with an away win in Cumbria.

Northampton to beat AFC Wimbledon (Sky Bet League 2)

New manager Chris Wilder is doing really well at the helm of the Cobblers, losing just two of their last 10 games, and they look a very solid proposition at odds-against on home soil.


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