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League Two

League Two Odds & Betting – The Odds Manager Guide

Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it: League Two is a top league to have a bet on.

The fourth tier of football in England, yes, but with the constant threat of being relegated into non-league football, this division has a lot to offer.

24 teams are contesting this league in the 2020-21 season with three automatic promotion spots and one playoff spot on offer to League One.

Two sides will face the dreaded drop into the National League at the end of the season.

There is a fantastic spread of sides competing in League Two from up and down the country.

With a mixture of hoof football, big tackles, and attempted skill on bobbly pitches, your laughter will soon turn to tears in such an unpredictable division.

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

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.

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Why Bet On League Two?

If you want a frantic division full of upsets and high drama then don’t look much further than League Two.

There are so many markets available for League Two betting, and with a majority of the fixtures being played at 3pm on a Saturday afternoon it’s the perfect league to crack an accumulator on, sit back and squirm. 

The quality can be hit and miss but you can never question the passion of the teams battling for survival and promotion in this division.

It’s the backbone of English football and deserves all the respect and attention in the world. 

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Top Teams In League Two

Four teams will escape League Two next summer.

These four sides are the current pacesetters and favourites to gain promotion:

  • Newport – The Welsh side have hit their stride early this season and look good for a jump up to League 1. The last time Newport County were in the third tier was in 1987.
  • Cheltenham – Cheltenham lost in last year’s play-off semi-finals and will be looking to go one, or two, better this season. Matty Blair is their marquee signing and “The Robins” have made a fast start this season.
  • Carlisle – Carlisle have been a top-half team for the last few seasons, with last year’s 18th finish a minor blip. They are scoring for fun this campaign and look like genuine contenders. 
  • Forest Green – “Rovers” finished 10th last season and will be eyeing up a playoff spot as a minimum this season. They’ve tightened up their defence and are winning games that they would have lost twelve months ago. 

League Two Key Dates For The 2020-21 Season

  • Final day: May 8/9, 2021
  • Play-off final: May 29/31, 2021

Top Goalscorer Contenders In League Two

Eoin Doyle became the first Irishman to scoop the League Two golden boot last season netting 25 for Swindon Town. Port Vale’s Tom Pope still holds the record in the division for 31 in the 2012-13 season but there are a few contenders looking to break that this season:

  • Paul Mullin – The 26-year-old is rattling them in for Cambridge United and is a clear favourite for this season’s award. With only four from the penalty spot the Englishman is lighting up the division.
  • Danny Johnson – Johnson is already well into double figures for Leyton Orient and looks a constant threat.
  • Ryan Bowman – Bowman – along with Matt Jay – are the firepower in the Exeter attack. Bowman netted 14 last campaign and is set to eclipse that total.
  • Eoin Doyle – Doyle scored 25 for Swindon Town last season and is looking to repeat that feat for Bolton Wanderers this time around. Doyle is coming to the end of his career but is a born finisher. 

What Happened Last Season?

Last season saw League Two suspended indefinitely on April 3, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This suspension saw a points-per-game average taken to decide the table, with the play-offs being allowed to go ahead in the summer.

Swindon Town, Crewe Alexandra and Plymouth Argyle were the beneficiaries by gaining automatic promotion, with Cheltenham Town, Exeter City and Colchester United losing out to Northampton Town in the play-offs.

Macclesfield Town were the only side that faced the drop out of the football league, with Stevenage given a reprieve.

League Two - FAQ

You can watch League Two football on iFollow or Sky Sports and BT Sport.

Yes. There are hundreds of in-play markets available for betting on in League Two.

The regular season finishes on May 9, 2021 and the play-offs will be contested over May 29/31, 2021

bet365 and 888sport offer wide-ranging markets on the League Two action.