Welcome to the Ultimate Betting Guide to English Football League One Betting Guide! League One is the third highest league in English professional football, with twenty-four teams competing in this division every season. It’s a competition that provides stacks of football betting opportunities and we explore all of these in this comprehensive betting guide.
There are lots of League One ante-post betting markets that are created before a ball is kicked and then updated after each round of matches. In addition, top football bookmakers offer a wide selection of betting markets for each game and many customers enjoy the chance to place accumulator bets on League One football.
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|Team||League One Title Odds|
|Milton Keynes Dons||20/1|
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League One is a fantastic division from a betting perspective, with customers able to bet on highly competitive matches when it comes to every round of the competition. It’s rare that many teams are trading at odds-on for their respective matches due to the fact that several clubs operate at a similar standard.
There’s an opportunity for customers to bet on League One ante-post betting markets such as Outright Winner, To Be Promoted, To Be Relegated and Top Scorer. The advantage of betting ante-post means that these bets can provide you with added excitement on a week-to-week basis and the possibility of a nice payout come the end of the campaign.
Some punters prefer to focus on a particular game and the various markets available to them, while others like to place a multiple wagers such as an accumulator bet where you can enjoy a big return for a small stake.
When you bet on a team to be promoted from League One, it means that you can win on your bet in a number of ways. If the club win the League One title, then you will get paid out and the same applies if your team finished second in the overall standings.
You will also get paid out on the League One promotion market if your team goes up through the playoffs and the first step with this betting market is to survey the latest prices and try to hunt down some value.
For example, there could be a team like Peterborough or Ipswich that have made some eye-catching signings and represent a good price on the promotion market. Alternatively, if you feel that a club will get promoted, it’s also worth considering the Outright Winner market where you’ll find each side is trading at a bigger price.
Despite only a handful of League One matches actually being televised, you will find that bookmakers will offer In-Play betting on every game in this division. This means that not only can you avail yourself of the latest pre-match betting markets but also bet on the Live In-Play markets when they appear shortly after kick-off.
We recommend that you only choose to bet In-Play on League One matches if you’re following the game in question. However, you will often get presented with the stats and data pertaining to each encounter and that can also shape the way in which you place bets on the action.
Please note that In-Play betting markets on League One aren’t guaranteed to be available all of the time although there are often Cash Out markets which means that you can close out a bet for a profit or a loss depending on how it’s fared compared to what is happening on the field of play.
If you think that the League One Outright or Promotion ante-post betting markets don’t offer a great deal of value, you have an attractive alternative in the form of League One Top Goalscorer. Here, you are presented with a list of players from various League One teams and the aim is to back the footballer that will score the most goals.
Many betting customers like to bet on this market if they have a view about a particular player scoring goals and it makes no difference where that player’s team actually ends up in the overall standings. The great thing about top scorer markets is that you regularly get players at big odds appearing in the frame.
It’s worth looking out for players who might be dropping down a level to play in League One or alternatively players who have previously scored a lot of goals in League Two. Naturally, you want to back a footballer that will get plenty of first-team football and a star signing is a good example of someone who will play a lot.
Win-Draw-Win Betting I One of the more popular football betting markets where punters choose either a win for Team A, a win for team Team B or the match to end in a draw.
In Play Betting I In-Play betting is a market which offers live odds that appear when a particular game kicks off which will be updated according to what’s happening on the pitch.
Ante-post Betting I Punters can bet on numerous outcomes before the season has started such as which teams will get promoted to the EFL Championship or be relegated to the EFL League Two.
Accumulator Betting I This method involves picking a number of different games or outcomes and compiling them into one bet, usually at bigger odds than a single bet.
Goals Betting I Various goals markets will be available for any given match including First Goalscorer, Anytime Goalscorer and Under/Over Total Goals.
Handicap Betting I In handicap betting, punters can choose either side in any given fixture to be given an advantage or disadvantage in the tie. For example, if a team is a heavy favourite, 1/4 on, you might decide to give them a handicap of -1 to increase the odds.
|2018/19||Luton Town||Barnsley||Charlton Athletic|
|2017/18||Wigan Athletic||Blackburn Rovers||Rotherham United|
|2016/17||Sheffield United||Bolton Wanderers||Millwall|
|2015/16||Wigan Athletic||Burton Albion||Barnsley|
|2014/15||Bristol City||MK Dons||Preston North End|
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