Our Sporting Life Accumulator has a 16/1 selection for Saturday's domestic football action and Going for Goals also returns.
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.
We also have our weekly Going for Goals selection available again, which is again aiming to earn you big profits.
Here's our latest offerings:
SPORTING LIFE ACCUMULATOR
Everton to beat Fulham (Barclays Premier League)
Fulham have never won a league game at Goodison Park and Everton are clearly the better side in this clash.
Derby to beat Charlton (Sky Bet Championship)
The Rams have romped up the table with five wins on the bounce and look a good call to add a sixth.
Wolves to beat MK Dons (Sky Bet League 1)
Wolves are strong at home while the Dons have lost three successive matches and won just twice away all season.
Inverness to beat Hearts (Scottish Premiership)
Hearts have injury problems and Inverness enter this match on the back of a good run.
Annan to beat Queen's Park (Scottish League Two)
Queen's Park have lost their last four in League Two and sit rooted firmly to the bottom making Annan a strong shout for victory.
Cardiff v West Brom
Both sides should target this as an ideal opportunity to win for the first time since the start of November while there has been plenty of goals in recent Baggies matches.
Barnsley v Yeovil
Rock-bottom Barnsley simply have to go all out for victory against a fellow relegation candidate although the Glovers will pose a threat having scored six in their last three games, including a 3-0 victory at Watford.
Sheffield United v Swindon
Games involving Sheffield United haven't seen too many goals of late but Swindon are the third highest scoring side in the division so we expect a more entertaining affair at Bramall Lane this time round.
Chesterfield v Plymouth
Some may feel this has home win to nil written all over it but the visitors have scored in all but one of their away games since the start of October while Chesterfield shipped three in their last outing.