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League One Odds & Betting – The Odds Manager Guide

League One is a mouthwatering combination of big clubs, young upstarts, and unknown quantities, and that means an exciting and unpredictable season is on the cards.

And with three familiar faces with Premier League pedigree dropping from the Championship, things just got even more interesting.

We’ll have all the latest news, up to date League One winner odds, League One relegation odds, and League One play off odds so that you can get amongst it this season!

Here are all the latest odds for the upcoming matches in League One.

Click on any odds to add it to your betslip or click on a fixture to see a comparison of odds from all the top bookies.

Why Bet On League One?

No league in England has such an intriguing selection of big and small teams, Premier League experience and lower league specialists.

All of which adds up to a fiery mix of excitement, unpredictability and drama that would put your favourite curry to shame.

Best of all, with shocks aplenty every single week, it’s a punters’ paradise and a nightmare for bookies. 

Just how we like it!

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Top Teams In League One

Sunderland are the bookies favourites to climb back into the Championship, but it won’t be an easy ride.

Here’s a look at the leading League One contenders plus our top Odds Pick to win the title. 

  • Sunderland After failing to even reach the playoffs last season, this campaign will be the third that Sunderland have spent in League One. And that’s three too many for long-suffering Black Cats fans. Gaffer Phil Parkinson is the latest to ride the Mackem managerial merry Go Round and he will hope that last season’s top scorer Chris Maguire can fire them to a long-awaited League One title. 
  • Oxford United As easy on the eye as a well-poured pint of Guinness, Oxford’s attacking play was just as tasty last season. Just one team scored more goals than Karl Robinson’s men and only the top two won more games. If they can use their playoff final defeat to Wycombe as extra motivation, Oxford will be a tough nut to crack this time around.
  • Charlton Of the three teams relegated from the EFL Championship last season, Charlton are the most fancied to bounce back at the first time of asking. Lee Bowyer has managed to keep most of his squad together and new striker Conor Washington should thrive at this level, after spending last season playing for Hearts.

Our Top Odds Pick for League One is Oxford United – 14/1 at bet365

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League One Key Dates For The 2020-21 Season

  • Final day: May 8, 2021
  • Play-off final: May 29/31, 2021

What Happened Last Season?

The League One season was cut short by Coronavirus, but a points per game average meant that Coventry and Rotherham were promoted automatically.

And when League One football returned in July, Wycombe Wanderers shocked Oxford United in the play-off final.

At the other end of the table, Tranmere, Southend and Bolton dropped to League Two, while Bury’s off-field problems meant they are sadly no longer members of the Football League.

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Sky Sports will once again be showing a number of live League One games this season. But with clubs continuing to play behind closed doors, fans will also have the chance to stream every game live. So you don’t have to miss a second of your favourite team in action, which may or may not be a good thing!
Absolutely! And the bookies will be offering a wide range of in-play options for every one of League One’s 552 games.