The Sporting Life Accumulator is back after opening with an 11/1 winner last weekend!
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As part of our coverage for the 2013/14 football season, we have launched our new Sporting Life Accumulator.
It will feature the selections of our top tipping team from across the various leagues and you can back the picks every week with Sky Bet.
Here's our latest offering:
Sporting Life Accumulator:
Charlton, Leyton Orient, Mansfield, Grimsby and Peterhead all to win at 20/1 with Sky Bet
Charlton to beat Middlesbrough (Sky Bet Championship)
The Addicks opened the season with a 2-1 defeat at newly-promoted Bournemouth but the 4-0 Capital One Cup win against Oxford shows all is still well at The Valley.
Boro didn't enjoy their cup adventure as they lost at home to Accrington and it will be further disappointment when they travel down to London.
Leyton Orient to beat Shrewsbury (Sky Bet League 1)
The O's have flown out of the traps with eight goals in two games, including the 5-1 win at Carlisle last Saturday.
That's an ominous sign for the Shrews.
Mansfield to beat Exeter (Sky Bet League 2)
League 2 football returns to Field Mill as Exeter make the long trip north to Nottinghamshire.
The Stags opened with a 2-0 defeat at Scunthorpe but are more than capable of bouncing back here.
Grimsby to beat Aldershot (Skrill Premier)
The Skrill Premier - the artist formerly known as the Conference - starts on Saturday and it's impossible to look past a home win at Blundell Park.
Grimsby will be one of the main promotion contenders and can heap more misery on Aldershot after a summer of financial turmoil.
Peterhead to beat Annan (Scottish League Two)
League Two promotion favourites Peterhead were winners in the Challenge Cup against Second Division side Brechin two weeks ago and although they lost in the League Cup against Alloa last week, they can get their league campaign off to a winning start.
Anna were also shock winners in the League Cup against First Division Morton but look to have weakened over the summer and could be in for a difficult season.