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    Can Saturday's Sporting Life Accumulator make it back-to-back wins at 25/1? Check out our latest selection as we look for two victories in a row for the season time this season!


    Sporting Life Accumulator - Saturday 17th January Sporting Life Accumulator: Tottenham, Brentford, Burton and Dover all to win (17/01/2015) 25/1
    Tottenham head Saturday's 25/1 Sporting Life Accumulator
    Tottenham head Saturday's 25/1 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 won for the fifth time this season last Saturday as wins for Burnley, Sheffield Wednesday, Bristol City and Newport secured a 25/1 success.

    The Sporting Life Accumulator had already claimed 22/1, 18/1, 16/1 and 13/1 victories during the 2014/15 campaign to leave followers of our selections a long way in profit.

    Our last two winners in November came back-to-back so now we go for our second Sporting Life Accumulator double of the season!

    Back Saturday's Sporting Life Accumulator at 25/1!
    You can now use the Sky Bet Tracker to follow the progress of your selections in-play while if you are playing on the weekend football, don't forget to check if you can Cash Out your bet.

    Here's our offering for Saturday's football fixtures, with selections from the Barclays Premier League and Sky Bet Football League. If successful it will return £125 profit from a £5 stake.

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    Back Tottenham, Brentford, Burton and Dover all to win at 25/1 with Sky Bet

    Tottenham to beat Sunderland (Barclays Premier League)

    Tottenham have won four of their last five home games and look a solid bet to defeat Sunderland.

    Brentford to beat Brighton (Sky Bet Championship)

    Brighton have an awful record at the Amex Stadium this season and play-off dwellers Brentford offer a real spot of value.

    Burton to beat Portsmouth (Sky Bet League 2)

    Promotion chasers Burton are in great form and now travel to a Portsmouth side struggling for results.

    Dover to beat Dartford (Vanarama Conference)

    Dover haven't lost a Conference game since the middle of October so have to be the call for three points at home to Dartford.

    Will the Sporting Life Accumulator make it back-to-back wins?
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    Monday's Best Sporting Bets
    Horse Racing
    Nitrogen to win the 4.20 Exeter at 6/5 (Price Boost)

    With stats of 4/9 at Haldon, Harry Fry's record is second to none from a percentage perspective and with the form of the selection having been subsequently franked to good effect, the Old Vic gelding is today's call. (Mal Boyle)

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    Football
    Lukaku to score and Everton to win at 3/1 (Price Boost)

    With Romelu Lukaku now having scored in two of his last three appearances, Everton's key man up front should be feeling confident once more. The Belgian opened the scoring in the reverse, a game Everton won comfortably, and 9/5 looks a fair price that he finds the net here. He was only marginally bigger to do so at West Ham and this return home against an inferior outfit looks a good chance for punters with the right accounts to capitalise - he's as short as evens in a place. Better still may be the 3/1 Price Boost quoted that he scores in an Everton win, given that has been the case for four of the hosts' five victories this season, and that's a price worth taking. (Ben Coley)

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    Greyhound Racing
    Droopy's Fellaini (Trap 3) to win the 9.07 Nottingham at SP

    There are three heats of the Betfred Standard Trophy for punters to solve and Droopys Fellaini (T3) rates the best bet of the night at 9.07. Alec Stone's charge smashed the lids and went up to the split in 5.01 when scoring over course and distance seven days ago, and he rates banker material while he's evidently on good terms with himself. (Matt Salter)

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    Tennis
    Alejandro Gonzalez (+5.5) to beat Fabio Fognini on game handicap at Australian Open at 10/11

    The Australian Open action gets under way at midnight but we'll be including a selection of the best bets a day in advance, owing to the awkward timings, starting with Gonzalez on the game handicap. Fognini isn’t someone renowned for his mental fortitude; when things go wrong, they do so pretty spectacularly. He’s yet to win any of his four matches since arriving in Australia and significantly has already lost four sets by at least four games. And there’s the angle. He’s a regular for having mid-match walkabouts and so opposing him on the game handicap is often worth consideration. That’s the way to go here. Gonzalez will tempt some at 5/2 to win the match but I’m not convinced he’ll have what it takes to beat the Italian in best-of-five sets. However, he can certainly keep things tight. If he does that, there’s every chance Fognini’s frustration gets the better of him at some point and that would likely bring the bet home. (Andy Schooler)

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    The Sporting Life Accumulator has won five times so far this season. Will our 25/1 selection make it win number six on Saturday?


    Sporting Life Accumulator - Saturday 7th February Sporting Life Accumulator: Bristol Rovers, Crystal Palace, Stevenage and Watford All to Win 25/1

    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 five victories during the 2014/15 campaign at 25/1, 22/1, 18/1, 16/1 and 13/1 to leave followers of our selections a long way in profit.

    Can the Sporting Life Accumulator claim a sixth win of the season?
    You can now use the Sky Bet Tracker to follow the progress of your picks in-play, while if you are playing on the weekend football don't forget to check if you can Cash Out your bet.

    Here's our offering for Saturday's football fixtures, with selections from the Barclays Premier League, Sky Bet Football League and Vanarama Conference.

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    Back Crystal Palace, Watford, Stevenage & Bristol Rovers all to win at 25/1 with Sky Bet

    Crystal Palace to beat Leicester (Barclays Premier League)

    Palace are going really well with four wins from their last five games and look a good bet to increase the misery for bottom-of-the-table Leicester.

    Watford to beat Blackburn (Sky Bet Championship)

    Watford have claimed two big home victories on the spin in the Sky Bet Championship and rate a strong selection to beat Blackburn.

    Stevenage to beat Mansfield (Sky Bet League 2)

    Strugglers Mansfield have won only once in their last 11 games so there's real value to be had by supporting play-off chasers Stevenage.

    Bristol Rovers to beat Lincoln (Vanarama Conference)

    Lincoln have lost their last three away matches by conceding 11 goals and scoring none of their own so Bristol Rovers are the call to continue their strong home record.

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


    Saturday's Best Sporting Bets
    Horse Racing
    1pt win UNIQUE DE COTTE in 3.15 Ascot at 100/30 (best odds guaranteed)

    The best bet on the Ascot card could well be in the Les Ambassadeurs Casino Handicap Hurdle, as UNIQUE DE COTTE looks well worth chancing for David Pipe. The average field-size for this race over the last eight years has been 15, but only seven turn up this weekend and with no obvious early pace it could become tactical. With Unique De Cotte having already proven himself over further – he won the conditional jockeys race over 2m 5f at Cheltenham’s November meeting – Tom Scudamore could well take the bull by the horns and make use of his mount’s stamina by trying to make all. Even if he doesn’t, the impression he made when winning at Cheltenham, despite slipping and making errors, marks him out as the most interesting horse in this line-up and you can forgive him his Newbury defeat as it came too soon after his Prestbury Park victory. It’s never alarming to see Pipe reach for the tongue-tie after a short absence and, given the JP McManus-owned horse needs to go up around 10lb to get into races like the Coral Cup and the Martin Pipe race at Cheltenham, he is one to side with this weekend. (Ben Linfoot)

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    Football
    Back Derby, Bournemouth, Tranmere & Macclesfield all to win at 20/1 with Sky Bet

    Derby to beat Reading (FA Cup)

    Derby are the better side in this FA Cup clash with eight wins claimed from their last 10 matches.

    Bournemouth to beat Huddersfield (Sky Bet Championship)

    Bournemouth are one of Derby's rivals in the Championship promotion race and can boost their charge with victory at home to Huddersfield.

    Tranmere to beat York (Sky Bet League 2)]

    York have only won one of their 17 home games all season so Tranmere offer real value for three points on the road.

    Macclesfield to beat Southport (Vanarama Conference)

    Macclesfield are out to make it six wins in a row as they continue their Conference promotion push.

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    Stoke to beat Blackburn and both teams to score at 7/2

    Stoke have only been beaten in the FA Cup by Manchester City (twice), Liverpool and Chelsea in the last four seasons and make some appeal. Prices around 6/4 look no more than fair though so to make the risk worth taking, I'll back them to win with both teams to score. Stoke have only drawn blanks on the road against Arsenal, Southampton and Liverpool while I fancy Blackburn to trouble their rearguard only to come up short. (Ian Ogg)

    Greyhounds
    Kakantu (Trap 6) to win the 9.06 Crayford at SP

    A cracking renewal of the Ladbrokes Goden Jacket gets underway at Crayford this evening and all eyes are on red-hot ante-post favourite Roxholme Dream. Named Bitch and Stayer Of The Year following her brilliant unbeaten runs through the William Hill St Leger and Lawrence Jones Memorial 684, she has really taken to the Kent circuit with some flying trials, including a red-hot 33.12 (+40) over the 540m trip last Saturday. She goes in heat one at 8.02 but is not a backable proposition at the prices, whereas Kakantu (T6) is available at more favourable odds at 9.06. A smart trap-to-line winner when upped to 750m at Romford last month, Kevin Boon's charge backed that up with a demolition job of Black Francis at Hall Green in front of the Sky cameras and has warmed up with two pleasing trials here. With a plum draw out wide and the early gears make the most of it, he could take some pegging back. (Leigh Glossop)

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    Tuesday night's Sporting Life Accumulator can be backed at 18/1 for the Sky Bet Football League and Vanarama Conference action.


    Sporting Life Accumulator - Tuesday 24th February Sporting Life Accumulator: Watford, Scunthorpe, Burton & Torquay all to win 18/1

    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 five victories during the 2014/15 campaign at 25/1, 22/1, 18/1, 16/1 and 13/1 to leave followers of our selections a long way in profit.

    Support the latest Sporting Life Accumulator!
    You can now use the Sky Bet Tracker to follow the progress of your picks in-play, while if you are playing on the weekend football don't forget to check if you can Cash Out your bet.

    Here's our offering for Tuesday night's football fixtures in England, with selections from the Sky Bet Football League and Vanarama Conference.

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    Back Watford, Scunthorpe, Burton and Torquay all to win at 18/1 with Sky Bet

    Watford to beat Rotherham (Sky Bet Championship)

    Watford remain in the Sky Bet Championship promotion race and can prove their class with victory at home to struggling Rotherham.

    Scunthorpe to beat Barnsley (Sky Bet League 1)

    Scunthorpe are out to make it three homes wins in a row against a Barnsley side that has suffered seven away defeats in the league on the spin.

    Burton to beat Accrington (Sky Bet League 2)

    Sky Bet League 2 leaders Burton are out to pull six points clear at the top of the table and look a good bet when they travel to Accrington.

    Torquay to beat Lincoln (Vanarama Conference)

    Lincoln have lost their last four away games with 13 goals conceded and none scored so hosts Torquay have to be the call in this Conference clash.

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    The Sporting Life Accumulator can be backed at 28/1 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 has claimed five victories during the 2014/15 campaign at 25/1, 22/1, 18/1, 16/1 and 13/1 to leave followers of our selections a long way in profit.

    You can now use the Sky Bet Tracker to follow the progress of your picks in-play, while if you are playing on the weekend football don't forget to check if you can Cash Out your bet.

    Here's our offering for Saturday's football fixtures in England, with selections from the Barclays Premier League and Sky Bet Football League.

    Sporting Life Accumulator
    Back West Brom, Brentford, MK Dons & Shrewsbury all to win at 28/1 with Sky Bet

    West Brom to beat Southampton (Barclays Premier League)

    West Brom are a side in form and can add to Southampton's recent struggles with a home victory.

    Brentford to beat Birmingham (Sky Bet Championship)

    Birmingham are without a victory in nine games and will find the going tough against promotion contenders Brentford.

    MK Dons to beat Coventry (Sky Bet League 1)

    MK Dons are more than capable of keeping their promotion push on track with three points at Coventry.

    Shrewsbury to beat Northampton (Sky Bet League 2)

    Shrewsbury haven't been beaten at home in League 2 all season and have to be considered a solid bet once again.

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

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    2.40 Wolverhampton Win: Gabrial's Wawa 15/8
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    Horse Racing
    1pt win Gabriels Wawa in the 2.40 Wolverhampton at 15/8 (Price Boost & BOG)

    I have had a modest bet today, and it’s on Gabrials Wawa in the opening contest at Wolverhampton at 2.40. He’s no great price and has something to prove on his first start on Tapeta, but a switch of stables has quite clearly lit this horse’s fire again and he was quite unlucky to go down at Lingfield last time when pursuing a hat-trick of victories. Drawn in stall one, Adam Kirby had little option but to attack around the inside rail around the bend, and although he put the rivals who raced closest to him to bed easily enough, Gabrials Wawa proved something of a sitting duck when the closing pack rattled home down the middle of the track in the home straight. He’s up another 1lb higher in the weights, but the relatively narrow margins of his previous successes means he hasn’t gone up that much since his winning streak began and he was rated even higher for Richard Fahey in the past. Still unexposed as a sprinter, he’s worth a chance to return to winning ways under a jockey who has got to know him well in recent weeks. (Will Hayler)

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    Cricket
    2pts Fall of first South Africa wicket v Ireland under 37.5 runs at 5/6

    Ireland are one of only three unbeaten teams left in the Cricket World Cup, but it’s fair to say things take a turn for the trickier for the Boys in Green tonight when they take on the might of South Africa. The Proteas have bounced back from an unconvincing win over Zimbabwe and defeat to India by absolutely annihilating West Indies by 257 runs on the back of AB de Villiers’ freakish 162 not out off 62 balls. He’s understandably going to be the focus of attention going into this, but there’s no doubt that things above South Africa’s number five haven’t gone entirely smoothly. Quinton de Kock is struggling horribly, while Hashim Amla made two low scores before a watchful 65 against West Indies. South Africa should win this game and win it comfortably, but Ireland should not be overawed. New-ball bowling is admittedly not Ireland’s strength, but given South Africa’s first wicket has fallen with 10, 12 and 18 runs on the board in this tournament so far, 37.5 looks a high line. (Dave Tickner)

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    Greyhounds
    1pt Southfield Jock (Trap 5) to win the 4.27 Monmore at 11/8 (BOG)

    A cracking renewal of the Ladbrokes Puppy Derby kicks off with six heats at Monmore this afternoon. The form of this Category One competition is renowned for working out very well, with the £12,500-to-the-winner event having a long history of producing top-class dogs, and Southfield Jock (T5) could be added to that list. He goes in a hot qualifier at 4.27, featuring respected rivals Romeo Big Time, Leathems Desire and Clonkeen Stanley, but Seamus Cahill's charge looks classy enough to overcome a tricky first assignment. The May '13 son of Droopys Scolari and Lady Anastasia won at Wimbledon before going unbeaten through the Lawrence Jones Memorial Puppies final over this course and distance in December, when dominating a red-hot field with a blistering burst of early pace in the decider. He once again showed his electric early gears to go a long way clear when returning in a trial stakes here on Thursday, before understandably tiring late on and being touched off by the match-fit Glenpadden Chief. The calculated time was very pleasing (28.10) and with that pipe-opener under his belt, he could prove very tough to reel in if continuing to pace up in such devastating fashion. (Chris Oliver)

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    The profitable Sporting Life Accumulator can be backed at a massive 40/1 for Saturday's Sky Bet Football League action.

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    Sporting Life Accumulator - Saturday 7th March Sporting Life Accumulator: Leeds, Barnsley, Sheffield United and Burton all to win 40/1

    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 five victories during the 2014/15 campaign at 25/1, 22/1, 18/1, 16/1 and 13/1 to leave followers of our selections a long way in profit.

    Can the Sporting Life Accumulator claim a sixth win of the season?
    You can now use the Sky Bet Tracker to follow the progress of your picks in-play, while if you are playing on the weekend football don't forget to check if you can Cash Out your bet.

    Here's our offering for Saturday's football fixtures in England, with selections from the Sky Bet Football League.

    Sporting Life Accumulator
    Back Leeds, Barnsley, Sheffield United & Burton all to win at 40/1 with Sky Bet

    Leeds to beat Wigan (Sky Bet Championship)

    Leeds are a great price to win on the road at Wigan, who have lost seven of their last eight home games.

    Barnsley to beat Walsall (Sky Bet League 1)

    Barnsley are going for a fifth victory in a row as they look to boost their play-off bid by beating Walsall.

    Sheffield United to beat Fleetwood (Sky Bet League 1)

    Sheffield United have home advantage against Fleetwood and can give their promotion push a boost.

    Burton to beat Hartlepool (Sky Bet League 2)

    Second-placed Burton are the better side in this clash with bottom-of-the-table Hartlepool.

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

    Sporting Life Accumulator - Saturday 14th March Sporting Life Accumulator: Aston Villa, Watford, Bristol City & Shrewsbury all to win 25/1

    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 five victories during the 2014/15 campaign at 25/1, 22/1, 18/1, 16/1 and 13/1 to leave followers of our selections a long way in profit.

    Can the Sporting Life Accumulator claim another win for the season?
    You can now use the Sky Bet Tracker to follow the progress of your picks in-play, while if you are playing on the weekend football don't forget to check if you can Cash Out your bet.

    Here's our offering for Saturday's football fixtures in England, with selections from the Barclays Premier League and Sky Bet Football League.

    Sporting Life Accumulator
    Back Aston Villa, Watford, Bristol City & Shrewsbury all to win at 25/1 with Sky Bet

    Aston Villa to beat Sunderland (Barclays Premier League)

    Villa have built some real momentum since appointing Tim Sherwood as boss and look great value at the Stadium of Light.

    Watford to beat Reading (Sky Bet Championship)

    Watford have been a popular part of the Sporting Life Accumulator this season and are once again backed for three points when they host Reading.

    Bristol City to beat Gillingham (Sky Bet League 1)

    Nobody does it better than League 1 leaders Bristol City with five wins claimed on the spin.

    Shrewsbury to beat Wycombe (Sky Bet League 2)

    Shrewsbury look a good bet for a fourth away win in five games in League 2’s big match on Saturday.

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    The profitable Sporting Life Accumulator can be backed at 33/1 for Tuesday night's Sky Bet Football League action.


    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 five victories during the 2014/15 campaign at 25/1, 22/1, 18/1, 16/1 and 13/1 to leave followers of our selections a long way in profit.

    Can the Sporting Life Accumulator claim a sixth win of the season?
    You can now use the Sky Bet Tracker to follow the progress of your picks in-play, while if you are playing on the weekend football don't forget to check if you can Cash Out your bet.

    Here's our offering for Tuesday night's football fixtures in England, with selections from the Sky Bet Football League.

    Sporting Life Accumulator
    Back Watford, Ipswich, Barnsley & York all to win at 33/1 with Sky Bet

    Watford to beat Wigan (Sky Bet Championship)

    The Hornets are pushing hard for automatic promotion and have won four and drawn one of their last five games while struggling Wigan have won just two games at the DW Stadium all season.

    Ipswich to beat Bolton (Sky Bet Championship)

    The promotion-chasing Tractor Boys will be eager to respond from their defeat at Middlesbrough when they face a Bolton side with very little to play for.

    Barnsley to beat Leyton Orient (Sky Bet League 1)

    Barnsley are in red-hot form after six wins on the trot and will be hungry to further boost their play-off hopes at struggling Leyton Orient.

    Bury to beat York (Sky Bet League 2)

    The Shakers are just outside the automatic promotion places having won five of their last six games, including a 1-0 success at Mansfield Town on Saturday, and should beat lowly York.


 
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