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The Sporting Life Accumulator won at 16/1 last Tuesday. Can our 18/1 selection repeat the success? Sporting Life Accumulator -

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    The Sporting Life Accumulator won at 16/1 last Tuesday. Can our 18/1 selection repeat the success?


    Sporting Life Accumulator - Tuesday 23rd September Sporting Life Accumulator: Bournemouth, Derby, Swindon and Rangers all to Win in 90 Minutes 18/1

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

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    Back Bournemouth, Derby, Swindon & Rangers all to win in 90 minutes at 18/1 with Sky Bet
    Bournemouth to beat Cardiff (Capital One Cup)

    Bournemouth sit above Cardiff in the Sky Bet Championship table on goal difference and have the attacking talent to add to recent poor results for the managerless Bluebirds.

    Derby to beat Reading (Capital One Cup)

    Derby will be confident of a place in the next round of the Capital One Cup and can add to their unbeaten record at Price Park this season with victory over Reading.

    Swindon to beat Newport (Johnstone's Paint Trophy)

    Swindon are unbeaten in six Sky Bet League 1 games and can prove their quality when they travel to League 2 Newport.

    Rangers to beat Falkirk (Scottish League Cup)

    Rangers have already won away at Falkirk this season and can do so again when they meet their Scottish Championship rivals in the League Cup.

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    Can the Sporting Life Accumulator make it a hat-trick of Tuesday night wins? Get our new 20/1 selection right now!

    Middlesbrough are part of the Sporting Life Accumulator
    The Sporting Life Accumulator features the selections of our top tipping team from across the various leagues and you can back the picks with Sky Bet.

    Our acca won at 18/1 last Tuesday thanks to wins for Bournemouth, Derby, Swindon and Rangers. The previous midweek saw us claim a 16/1 success following victories for Sheffield Wednesday, Sheffield United, Northampton and Bristol Rovers.

    Here's our latest offering as we look for a hat-trick...

    SPORTING LIFE ACCUMULATOR

    Back Middlesbrough, Blackburn, Altrincham & Barnet all to win at 20/1 with Sky Bet
    Middlesbrough to beat Blackpool (Sky Bet Championship)

    Blackpool remain without a win in their miserable start to the season. Middlesbrough are the much better side in this clash.

    Blackburn to beat Rotherham (Sky Bet Championship)

    Blackburn are on a high after coming from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Watford at the weekend. Rovers can claim victory at the New York Stadium to make it seven games without a win for Rotherham.

    Altrincham to beat Macclesfield (Vanarama Conference)

    Altrincham have suffered three defeats in a row so some of you will be surprised to see them in this selection! The Robins though are better than recent results suggest and can bounce back with three points on Tuesday night.

    Barnet to beat Braintree (Vanarama Conference)

    You shouldn't be surprised to see Barnet here! The Bees sit top of the Conference and are yet to lose on the road this season ahead of the trip to Braintree.

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    We have a 16/1 Sporting Life Accumulator for Tuesday night's football action in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy and Vanarama Conference.

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

    Our acca claimed 18/1 and 16/1 victories during September and we were close to a 28/1 success on Saturday as injury-time equalisers from Burnley against Leicester and Wycombe at home to Northampton caused late heartbreak.

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    Back Sheffield United, Luton, Halifax and Barnet all to win at in 90 minutes at 16/1 with Sky Bet
    Sheffield United to beat Hartlepool (Johnstone's Paint Trophy)

    Hartlepool sit bottom of the Sky Bet League 2 table and will find the step up in class too much when Sheffield United visit the Victoria Park.

    Luton to beat Crawley (Johnstone's Paint Trophy)

    Luton are our outright tip for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy from the Southern Section and should be backed for a home win against Crawley.

    Halifax to beat Wrexham (Vanarama Conference

    Halifax lost at home to Altrincham on Saturday but that was only their second defeat at the Shay since returning to the top-flight of the Conference last season. The Yorkshire side deserve to be backed for a three-point haul when they host Wrexham.

    Barnet to beat Macclesfield (Vanarama Conference)

    Barnet sit at the top of the Conference table and we have given our pre-season promotion tips plenty of support during the season. The Bees are a good bet to win at Macclesfield.

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    The Sporting Life Accumulator is available to back at a chunky 33/1 with Sky Bet for Saturday's football action.
    Southampton: Lead off the Sporting Life Accumulator again
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    The Sporting Life Accumulator features the selections of our top tipping team from across the various leagues and you can back the picks with Sky Bet.

    Our acca claimed 18/1 and 16/1 victories during September to leave followers of the feature smiling.

    Here's our latest offering...

    SPORTING LIFE ACCUMULATOR

    Back Southampton, Watford, Notts County & Luton all to win at 33/1 with Sky Bet

    Southampton to beat Stoke (Barclays Premier League)

    Southampton led off the Sporting Life Accumulator last Saturday and did their part in style with the 8-0 victory over Sunderland. We stick with the Saints.

    Watford to beat Middlesbrough (Sky Bet Championship)

    Watford are second in the Sky Bet Championship and can be backed at a decent price to claim three points at Middlesbrough.

    Notts County to beat Scunthorpe (Sky Bet League 1)

    Notts County also won as part of the Sporting Life Accumulator last Saturday and the Magpies can make it six wins in a row by beating Scunthorpe.

    Luton to beat Northampton (Sky Bet League 2)

    Luton are looking to make it seven Sky Bet League 2 victories on the spin. They have to be backed at home to Northampton.

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    The Sporting Life Accumulator is available to back at 18/1 with Sky Bet for Saturday's football action.

    Arsenal: Lead the way in Saturday's Sporting Life Accumulator
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    The Sporting Life Accumulator features the selections of our top tipping team from across the various leagues and you can back the picks with Sky Bet.

    Here's our latest offering...

    SPORTING LIFE ACCUMULATOR

    Back Arsenal, Blackburn, Coventry & Bury all to win at 18/1 with Sky Bet

    Arsenal to beat Burnley (Barclays Premier League)

    Bottom-of-the-table Burnley are without a win all season and that won't change when they take on Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

    Blackburn to beat Reading (Sky Bet Championship)

    Blackburn are a side in form and should be backed to beat Reading, who have only beaten Blackpool in their previous eight games.

    Coventry to beat Leyton Orient (Sky Bet League 1)

    Orient have yet to win at home this season and Coventry can pile on more misery by picking up three points in London.

    Bury to beat Cambridge (Sky Bet League 2)

    Bury have won seven home games on the spin and have to be supported for another victory on Saturday.

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    The Sporting Life Accumulator had a profitable November. Let's see if we can make a winning start to December with a 24/1 shot for Tuesday's action.


    Solid Swansea head Tuesday night's 24/1 Sporting Life Acca
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    The Sporting Life Accumulator features the selections of our top tipping team and you can back the picks with Sky Bet.

    Our acca won at 13/1 and 22/1 last month, and with that double triumph following 18/1 and 16/1 successes earlier in the season you can see the Sporting Life Accumulator is the one to follow!

    Can the Sporting Life Accumulator win again?
    Here's our offering for Tuesday's football fixtures, with selections from the Barclays Premier League, Sky Bet League 1 and the Vanarama Conference. If successful it will return £120 profit from a £5 stake.

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    Back Swansea, West Ham, Doncaster and Eastleigh all to win at 24/1 with Sky Bet

    Swansea to beat QPR (Barclays Premier League)

    Swansea have been solid at home all season with four wins and two draws from seven games. QPR yet to pick up a single point on their travels.

    West Ham to beat West Brom (Barclays Premier League)

    The Hammers have defied expectations this season, with Diafra Sakho's goals helping Sam Allardyce's side into the top five. They beat in-form Newcastle at the weekend despite Sakho's absence and can get the better of a West Brom side with just one home win in seven.

    Doncaster to beat Barnsley (Sky Bet League 1)

    These South Yorkshire rivals initially look tough to split in their League 1 clash at Oakwell, but Doncaster have won five of their nine away games while Barnsley have lost five of their nine home games.

    Eastleigh to beat Dartford (Vanarama Conference)

    The hosts are a confident addition to the acca in this one, boasting a home record of seven wins and three draws from 10 games and taking on a Dartford side that has already tasted defeat on the road eight times this season.

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    We have a 33/1 Sporting Life Accumulator to back with Sky Bet for Saturday's football action.

    The Sporting Life Accumulator features the selections of our top tipping team and you can back the picks with Sky Bet.

    Our acca was denied a 40/1 win last weekend by Bury's late equaliser at home to Luton in the FA Cup.

    We claimed 13/1 and 22/1 victories during November and now we hope for more success in December!

    Here's our latest offering...

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    Back Aston Villa, Bristol City, Newport & AFC Wimbledon all to win at 33/1 with Sky Bet
    Aston Villa to beat West Brom (Barclays Premier League)

    Villa have won two matches on the bounce and look good value for derby success at West Brom.

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    Bristol City to beat Crawley (Sky Bet League 1)

    Sky Bet League 1 leaders Bristol City have claimed three wins in a row and are a class above Crawley.

    Newport to beat Stevenage (Sky Bet League 2)

    Newport have climbed into the Sky Bet League 2 play-off places and can consolidate their position with three points at home to Stevenage.

    AFC Wimbledon to beat York (Sky Bet League 2)

    York have yet to win a home game this season and AFC Wimbledon offer a value call on the road.

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    Sporting Life Accumulator
    Last Updated: December 19 2014, 11:17 GMT


    The profitable Sporting Life Accumulator can be backed at 25/1 for Saturday's football action.


    Sporting Life Accumulator - Saturday 20th December Sporting Life Accumulator: West Ham, Wolves, Notts County and Plymouth all to Win (20/12/2014) 25/1
    West Ham head Saturday's Sporting Life Accumulator
    West Ham head Saturday's Sporting Life Accumulator
    The Sporting Life Accumulator features the selections of our top tipping team and you can back the picks with Sky Bet.

    Our acca has claimed 22/1, 18/1, 16/1 and 13/1 victories this season to leave followers well in profit.

    Here's our offering for Saturday's football fixtures, which if successful will return £125 profit from a £5 stake.


    Back West Ham, Wolves, Notts County & Plymouth all to win at 25/1 with Sky Bet

    West Ham to beat Leicester (Barclays Premier League)

    West Ham have a fantastic home record this season and have to be backed to beat bottom-of-the-table Leicester.

    Wolves to beat Brighton (Sky Bet Championship)

    Brighton boss Sami Hyypia is under an incredible amount of pressure and Wolves can take advantage with three points at Molineux.

    Notts County to beat Rochdale (Sky Bet League 1)

    Notts County have been a Sporting Life Accumulator favourite so far this season and once again offer value as they travel to Rochdale.

    Plymouth to beat Dagenham (Sky Bet League 2)

    Plymouth have one of Sky Bet League 2's best home records and can show their class when Dagenham arrive in Devon.

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    Sporting Life Best Bets of the Day
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    Check out our team's best bets from the pick of today's sport after three out of four winners yesterday.



    Chelmsford City opens its doors for the first time on Sunday and Super Kid can take star billing by landing the Betsi Golden Mile Conditions Stakes, the feature race on the inaugural card. The former Great Leighs racecourse hosts this fast-track qualifier for All Weather Championships Finals day in April and Super Kid can take full advantage to get a guaranteed pass to the Good Friday meeting. Saeed bin Suroor's charge had a couple of starts last summer, finishing third on his debut at Nottingham in June before going a couple of places better to win at Epsom the following month. He beat stablemate and subsequent Group Three winner Maftool on the latter occasion but was then off the track until November, when he tried his luck in another fast-track qualifier. Super Kid was beaten by another, more experienced, Godolphin runner that day but he lost little in being beaten a length after perhaps just feeling the effects of a lengthy lay-off when floundering in the final few yards. He has been given a bit of time to recover from those exertions but given he has the joint highest rating in the field, Super Kid has plenty in his favour and only Anonymous John to fear on the official figures. (Anita Chambers)

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    Football
    Manchester United to beat Southampton at 17/20

    I think it's worth getting stuck into Manchester United to beat Southampton at anything in the region of the currently available 17/20. There’s no doubt in my mind that, despite a victory at Crystal Palace on Boxing Day, away from home against the best sides in the league the Saints are definitely vulnerable and only Chelsea do better at home than United. Many will point to how 'unimpressive' the Red Devils have been in victory but that's not a new thing - indeed, under Sir Alex Ferguson, it was rather used as a compliment. They've won eight from 10 at Old Trafford all told but their failures are distant memories now - one was that opening day defeat to Swansea, the other an honourable draw with a Chelsea side who were flying at the time. (Ben Coley)

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    Likeitalot (Trap 1) in the 9.02 Sittingbourne at SP (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    Two heats of the Sittingbourne Standard feature at the Kent track this evening and Likeitalot (T1) and Glenpadden Bolt look set to fight it out in the first instalment at 9.02. The latter has been rejuvenated of late and broke the 480m track record here on his latest outing a fortnight ago, but Likeitalot could have too many early gears for him and may take some reeling in. A finalist in both the William Hill Puppy Derby and the Northern Puppy Derby, the promising son of Crash doesn’t turn two years old until next month and continued his progress with an impressive C&D success last time out. With a plot draw on the rails, he should take some beating to the corner and is very useful on the bunny. (Chris Oliver)

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    Check out our team's best bets from the pick of today's sport, including racing, football and greyhounds.

    Tuesday's Best Sporting Bets
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    ZIP TOP to win the 1.05 Fakenham at 7/4 (best odds guaranteed)

    John Ferguson has enjoyed a steady flow of winners of late and ZIP TOP can increase his number for the season in the opening ATR Sculthorpe Maiden Hurdle at Fakenham. A talented horse on the Flat, Zip Top's career highlight in that sphere came when chasing home Camelot in the 2011 Racing Post Trophy when trained by Jim Bolger. Off the track for almost two and a half years, he returned in Meydan for Charlie Appleby a year ago but showed little in two starts. However, there was plenty to like about his hurdling debut for Ferguson at Kempton last time. That was a Class 2 event won by the smart Jollyallan with Willie Mullins' Sempre Medici in second, and Zip Top shaped well in fourth, hinting he had more to offer over hurdles. It looks like he retains at least some of his class and he jumped well enough on debut to believe he has an ordinary race in him, like this afternoon's. He drops three grades for this Class 5 event and any sort of improvement from his hurdles debut run should see him home. With AP McCoy booked, he looks worth a bet to outclass today's moderate opposition. (Ben Linfoot)

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    Football
    Romelu Lukaku to score at any time in 90 minutes v West Ham at 12/5
    It could well turn out to be a game of two strikers with both Andy Carroll and Romelu Lukaku catching the eye of late. Both certainly warrant consideration in the scorer markets, particularly with the defensive side of the game being neither side's strong point recently. With top scorer Diafra Sakho out injured, Carroll, who missed the first game of this tie, will be the man West Ham will look to to solve that problem, as he did at the weekend at Swansea. Four goals in his last eight games is a decent return for a player often not given the respect he deserves. His style may not be everyone's cup of tea but there's no doubt it's effective. However, it hasn't been too often against these opponents with Carroll having scored just two goals against Everton in his career. It's different with Lukaku, who will likely spearhead a largely unchanged side for the Toffees and his record against the Hammers is a signficant one - four games against them, scoring in every one. While scoring goals has not been a big issue for Everton for much of the season with the likes of Steven Naismith and Kevin Mirallas chipping in with plenty from midfield, it's Lukaku who looks Everton's biggest goal threat right now. (Andy Schooler)

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    Greyhound Racing
    Droopys Marian (T3, 9.08 Romford)

    Mark Wallis famously trained the first four home in last year's renewal and the champion trainer has the odds-on favourite in the £5,000 decider courtesy of Adageo Bob, who went fastest in the semi-finals. He boasts a brilliant record at the Essex track and he would be very tough to beat if at his best. However, he hasn't quite been seeing out his races as well as usual and has cramped on both outings in the event so far. With that in mind, Droopys Marian (T3) rates good value against the favourite. The only unbeaten finalist, she produced another ping break when an impressive all-the-way winner in the semi-finals and can blaze a trail again if starting in similar fashion. (Chris Oliver)

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