Following last week's 16/1 winning selection, we have a 33/1 Sporting Life Accumulator for you to back for Saturday's football as well as a 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.
Last week's selection delivered the goods at 16/1 so don't miss our latest offering.
We also have our Going for Goals selection available again, in which we back both teams to score in a multiple of games.
SPORTING LIFE ACCUMULATOR
Southampton to beat Aston Villa (Barclays Premier League)
Saints the better of the two sides and look a knocking good bet at odds-against, with Villa's poor home record a key factor.
Ipswich to beat Watford (Sky Bet Championship)
The Tractor Boys have won two games on the spin to boost their play-off bid and can make a hat-trick at mid-table Watford.
Halifax to beat Macclesfield (Skrill Premier)
Seven wins and one draw is Halifax's record since the start of March. Back the Shaymen for another three points.
Hibernian to beat St Mirren (Scottish Premiership)
Hibs may not have won away from home since December but they are unbeaten in their last five trips to St Mirren, winning three of them, and should have too much quality already.
Newcastle v Swansea
Newcastle's defence is struggling at the moment and Swansea can take advantage on the road although expect the Magpies to push hard in a bid to give their supporters something to cheer.
West Ham v Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace look a dangerous side going forward these days - even away from home - and will be fired up for this London derby which West Ham will see as an opportunity to move level on points with the Eagles.
Watford v Ipswich
Ipswich should come out all guns blazing in a bid to boost their outside play-off chances but let's not forget mid-table Watford are one of the highest scoring sides in the Sky Bet Championship.
Motherwell v Celtic
Motherwell must produce their best against the free-scoring champions if they are to claim a win which would put pressure on second-placed Aberdeen.
Kilmarnock v Partick
This is a crunch clash in the battle to avoid a relegation play-off so expect nerves and defensive mistakes at both ends.