League Two Predictions & Betting Tips

You’ll be able to follow all of our League Two betting tips during the 2023/2024 season, and watch as teams fight for promotion to League One.

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Premier League - Silver🥈

ChelseaLeeds

Squawka Betting Tip
Chelsea to win and Over 2.5 Goals
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FA Cup - Bronze 🥉

ChelseaLeeds

Squawka Betting Tip
Conor Gallagher, Enzo Fernandez, Ilia Gruev and Junior Firpo Each To Commit Over 1 Foul
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Wednesday Overs Acca
  • FA Cup

    Chelsea - Leeds

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Over 2.5 Goals
  • FA Cup

    Nottingham Forest - Man United

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Over 2.5 Goals
  • FA Cup

    Wolves - Brighton

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Over 2.5 Goals
  • Scottish Premiership

    Kilmarnock - Rangers

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Over 2.5 Goals
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Wednesday BTTS Acca
  • FA Cup

    Chelsea - Leeds

    Squawka Betting Tip
    BTTS - Yes
  • FA Cup

    Nottingham Forest - Man United

    Squawka Betting Tip
    BTTS - Yes
  • FA Cup

    Wolves - Brighton

    Squawka Betting Tip
    BTTS - Yes
  • Serie A

    Inter - Atalanta

    Squawka Betting Tip
    BTTS - Yes
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Wednesday Acca
  • FA Cup

    Chelsea - Leeds

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Home win
  • Scottish Premiership

    Aberdeen - St Johnstone

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Home win
  • Serie A

    Inter - Atalanta

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Home win
  • FA Cup

    Liverpool - Southampton

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Home win
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FA Cup - Gold 🏅

ChelseaLeeds

Squawka Betting Tip
BTTS - Yes
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Serie A - Silver 🥈

InterAtalanta

Squawka Betting Tip
Inter to win and BTTS
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Wednesday Scorers Acca
  • FA Cup

    Nottingham Forest - Man United

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Alejandro Garnacho anytime scorer
  • FA Cup

    Liverpool - Southampton

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Copy Gakpo anytime scorer
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Scottish Premiership - Bronze 🥉

KilmarnockRangers

Squawka Betting Tip
Cyriel Dessers to score 2+ goals
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Scottish Premiership - Silver 🥈

KilmarnockRangers

Squawka Betting Tip
Rangers and Over 3.5 Goals
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Scottish Premiership - Gold 🏅

KilmarnockRangers

Squawka Betting Tip
Rangers -1
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Scottish Premiership - Bronze 🥉

CelticDundee

Squawka Betting Tip
Each Team Over 1 Corner In Each Half
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Scottish Premiership - Silver 🥈

CelticDundee

Squawka Betting Tip
Celtic to win and over 3.5 goals
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Scottish Premiership - Gold 🏅

CelticDundee

Squawka Betting Tip
Adam Idah anytime scorer
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Serie A - Bronze 🥉

InterAtalanta

Squawka Betting Tip
Over 2.5 goals and each team 2+ corners in each half
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Serie A - Gold 🏅

InterAtalanta

Squawka Betting Tip
Inter to win
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FA Cup - Bronze 🥉

WolvesBrighton

Squawka Betting Tip
Jose Sa Over 4 Goalkeeper Saves and Jason Steele Over 4 Goalkeeper Saves
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FA Cup - Silver 🥈

WolvesBrighton

Squawka Betting Tip
Hee-Chan Hwang anytime scorer
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FA Cup - Gold 🏅

WolvesBrighton

Squawka Betting Tip
BTTS - Yes
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FA Cup - Bronze 🥉

Nottingham ForestMan United

Squawka Betting Tip
Man Utd to Qualify and Miguel Bruno Fernandes - Over 0.5 Assists and Marcus Rashford - Over 1.5 Shots on Target
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League Two may not be the most glamorous league in the world – but that’s not to say it isn’t among the most exciting! With a mixture of ambitious, financially-backed clubs looking to hit the big time, former Premier League sides that have fallen on hard times and traditional lower-league clubs desperate to avoid the drop into non-league, there is so much riding on the fourth tier of English football each and every season.

Unlike the Championship and League One, three teams are automatically promoted from League Two, with a fourth going up via the play-offs.

Last season it was glory for Leyton Orient, Stevenage and Northampton, with Carlisle joining them via the play-offs. Coming down from League One were MK Dons, Morecambe, Accrington Stanley and Forest Green Rovers.

There are also only two teams promoted from the National League but it was a big story this summer with Hollywood-backed Wrexham, and Notts County, making it into the Football League after both securing 100+ points. However, only Wrexham secured automatic promotion with Notts County having to come through the play-offs despite finishing 23 points clear of third and only being four behind Wrexham.

Going the other way, Rochdale and Hartlepool dropped down to the National League, the latter finishing just three points from safety.

All eyes will be on Wrexham this season to see how they do but it will be an interesting campaign regardless.

Who will be promoted from League Two?

Despite their losing start to life in League Two, beaten 5-3 by recently-relegated MK Dons, Wrexham are still odds-on favourites to be promoted, given their financial backing from owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds. Interestingly, none of the relegated sides are in the top five favourites for promotion at this early stage, which remember is three automatic spots.

Joining Wrexham high up on the list are Stockport, Gillingham, Mansfield and Notts County, but the latter also suffered defeat on their return to League Two, beaten 5-1 by Sutton United.

LEAGUE TWO PROMOTION ODDS
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Odds correct as of 23:00 on August 08

Who will be relegated from League Two?

At the other end of the table, Crawley are most fancied to be relegated at this extremely early stage of the season, though they started their campaign with a win. Also high up the list are Crewe, Newport, Morecambe, Harrogate and Walsall but things are so close and the odds aren’t short that anything can happen.

When do you release your League Two Predictions?

As with all of our tips, we do our utmost to get our predictions live and ready for you at least 48 hours before kick-off time. However, due to fixture congestion, especially with 12 games each gameweek, this is not always possible – but you will find tips here ahead of the games in the lead-up to kick-off.

We are blessed with an abundance of EFL expertise here at Squawka Bet so don’t be fooled into thinking we only know our stuff when it comes to the Premier League and Europe’s major leagues. We pride ourselves on our depth of knowledge of English football too, right down to League Two and even beyond that, plus our extensive access to the data helps us to select the best bets for each round of fixtures.

Today’s League Two betting tips

Some League Two games are taking place today and you’re looking for tips? Well we’ll have all of our pre-match League Two predictions right here on this page ahead of kick-off, so you can be sure to check here every time you’re looking for some relevant tips – all backed-up by our knowledge and the stats we have access to here at Squawka Bet.

We’re happy to bring you tips from every single match in the league and we’re happy to scour every bookmaker and every market to find the best possible value too, be that a simple match result bet or something more obscure – a first goalscorer or a corners and cards bet perhaps?

League Two Inplay betting tips

There are plenty of opportunities for League Two inplay betting nowadays. Whilst placing a mid-match bet used to be very difficult and in some cases limited only to certain matches, it now appears that the vast majority of games across the world are available to bet on as the action unfolds and the English fourth tier is in no way exempt from this, with live, in-play odds available on almost every single Football League match across a 46-game campaign.

Inplay betting has become so popular as it allows a punter to see how the game is progressing and developing and place their bets in relation to that, rather than predicting before kick-off what is going to happen. Some of the most popular In Play bets in League Two include Next Team To Score, Next Player To Score and the Full-Time Result – the latter being particularly useful if you envisage a big comeback after a team have made a slow start for example.

Full Time Results

This remains the most popular way to bet on any football match. All you’re doing with a Full Time Result bet is betting on which team will win the game – or whether it will end in a draw. This is sometimes known as a ‘Match Outcome’ bet or is referred to as the ‘Win-Draw-Win’ market, but the bet you’re placing remains the same.

Of course, you can now combine your result bet with a different bet for every longer odds and sometimes better value. For example you can back a team to win and over 2.5 goals being scored in the match. You can also back the correct scoreline for some much longer odds.

Both Teams to Score

Much like Full Time Result bets, Both Team to Score bets have become very popular with multiple backers in recent years. The reason for this is that the bet can ride all the way until full-time – a couple of last minute goals are never out of reach.

For the best League Two BTTS bets, you need to check which teams are the highest-scoring and the highest-conceding in the division. Swindon Town were the team to watch in this market last season, with no fewer than 65% of their league fixtures seeing both teams find the net.

Sky Bet are not the sponsors of the Football League without good reason and they offer some of the best odds within these kind of markets on League Two.

BTTS & Win

Of course, much like with the Match Result and Over 2.5 goals bets, you can also combine a both teams to score bet with a full-time result bet, which can offer excellent value for the punter if both teams involved in a match are high-scorers – but one is in better form or looks stronger on paper than the other. Odds on these bets tend to be quite long, so you may prefer to back them as singles or multiples with fewer selections.

BTTS in Both Halves

One to remember if both teams are really strong going forward but particularly leaky at the back. Both teams to score in both halves is pretty self-explanatory – you’re betting on both teams to find the net either side of the half-time whistle. This isn’t a bet you will find coming in on a regular basis, so save it for those games when you’re anticipating a real goal-glut.

Over 2.5 Goals

Unders and Overs lines are worth knowing about for a whole raft of markets, but the one that’s most often-used is the Under or Over 2.5 goals line. Again, it’s worth noting which high-scoring teams are facing off if you’re looking for an overs bet, whereas strong defensive sides are the ones worth backing on your Unders bets. Odds on these bets are usually relatively low, so it could be worth combining several for a League Two accumulator.

Anytime Goalscorer

An easier bet to research, anytime goalscorer allows you to back a player to get themselves on the scoresheet at any point of the match. Of course, the top scorers are always worth checking in this league and Andy Cook, last season’s top goalscorer, has remained in the division as Bradford failed to secure promotion. Other players worth looking out for include MK Dons’ Jonathan Leko and Salford City’s Matt Smith.

Bookings

It’s not necessarily true that the lower leagues are dirtier or more combative than the league’s above, although the stats do suggest that some teams are dirtier than others. You can back certain players to be carded, or you can back one team to pick up more booking points than their opponents, or even the total amount of cards shown in the game. AFC Wimbledon were the only team to rack up more than 100 yellow cards in League Two last season, while six clubs had at least five red cards.

Corners Taken

Corner bets have become a key component of match betting in recent years too, with plenty of markets available in terms of which team will win the most corners and how many corners will be taken in the game. Early signs this season suggest that Crewe Alexandra and Forest Green Rovers are the teams to watch out for if you’re looking for plenty of corners in a fixture.

This Week’s League Two Predictions

After the latest in the way of League Two betting tips? We’ve got you covered right here at Squawka Bet. We pride ourselves on our knowledge of football not only at the highest level here in England, but across all of the European major leagues and across all three divisions of the EFL too.

With the statistics we have on hand, we study the form each and every week and look to have our League Two tips and predictions ready in advance of matchday, so every week you will find our best bets for the week’s fixtures in the English fourth tier right here with all the tools you need to place your bets.

Priceboosts

You may think you will struggle to find League Two betting offers with it being the fourth tier of football in this country, but the bookmakers are always keen to offer their punters a little extra value and we make sure we bring you the best in the way of pre-match priceboosts and enhanced accumulators.

It’s rare you will find huge enhanced odds for new customers on League Two fixtures, so you’re better off making use of some free bets to get your account up and running and then you can check back for matchday price boosts and enhanced accas on a regular basis.

League Two Accumulator

What’s an accumulator we hear you ask? Well, it’s quite simple really. To place an accumulator, you have to combine bets from several different games for a longer-odds multiple selection bet. This can be on the same market – such as Win-Draw-Win, or you can combine bets from several different markets and competitions – and even different sports if you so wish.
The reason that accumulator bets are particularly popular among lower league supporters is that so many games take place at the same time, across not only League Two but also League One and the Championship. So you can place your bets and watch the results roll in at 3pm every Saturday afternoon. The stuff dreams are made of!

Best Bookmakers for League Two

There really are pros and cons to every single bookmaker when it comes to placing your bets. Given that the English fourth tier isn’t the most popular league in the world, it may be worth checking what League Two markets are available with the bookmaker of choice but there are plenty of other things to consider too, such as their customer service, In Play odds and of course the value available with their prices.

You’ll find League Two odds and priceboosts with any bookmaker worth their salt these days, but we’ve settled on the following five as our particular favourites for betting on these games:

Which other competitions do you offer tips for?

We aren’t just focused on English football of course. Although we do offer tips for every one of England’s four fully professional leagues, we also offer odds on the Champions League and Europa League as well as all major European leagues.

League Two Offers & Free Bets

Looking for some League Two betting offers? Although not many bookmakers will offer new customers the chance to get the kind of enhanced odds you’d find on the Premier League every weekend, you will often find plenty of other ways to get extra value on your bets, including matchday price boosts and accumulator enhancements.

If it’s some League Two free bets you’re after, then it’s worth scouring the betting markets for the best available new customer offers around as many bookmakers will be keen to offer new punters the chance to get their betting underway with some free bets – but be sure to check the T&C’s before you start building that League Two accumulator!