League One Predictions & Tips

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The 2019/20 League One season is well underway and this year, we’ve got the latest odds, tips and betting markets available at the push of a button for you to peruse and punt on. Sure, it may be easier and far more appealing to take your pick of the Premier League and Championship betting. but further down the football league punters are provided their fair share of entertainment and drama.

Squawka Bet’s 2019/20 League One Predictions

Past seasons in League One have been hard to predict, the last two in particular. And yet, our betting tips still offer some of the most reliable and attractive odds and forecasts to date. This will come in handy if a footballing campaign like the last pans out this year. One that left Sunderland fans and players on their haunches, having won 56 of 61 games in the calendar year and yet still missed out on promotion to the Championship.
Indeed, the brand of football that Jack Ross’ team were playing was near-impossible to defend against. Unfortunately, despite the culmination of points and victories, heartbreak was the dominant emotion experienced by the Black Cats in May at Wembley. For whatever reason, they’ve been unable to shake off that despair evident in the first half of their 2019/20 campaign. So, unlike last year, our forecast doesn’t see the Roker men in the playoffs. Especially since there are new contenders for the League One crown, chiefly in Wycombe Wanderers and Peterborough. The former has been taking the league by storm, racking up 40 points in 19 games, with a single defeat to their name in that time. And the man leading the charge with six goals and four assists this season is 37-year-old Adebayo Akinfenwa. Not too far behind are Darren Ferguson’s Peterborough, who are certainly giving the current league leaders a run for their money. The promotion-hopefuls boast an attacking line-up featuring Mo Eisa from Bristol City to complement Ivan Toney’s skill and verve. Our 2019/20 League One predictions wager that these two teams will be battling it out for the automatic promotion spots, with Ipswich Town in the running to claim the last ticket out to the Championship.
The relegation contenders, on the other hand, are a whole different ballgame. Both Bolton and Southend were identified as teams that could face the drop to League Two in pre-season predictions and it seems like these nightmarish projections are coming true. Where the former has been tactically inept for large parts of the season resulting in their current plight, the latter looked worryingly light before the season started and those same cracks are being revealed as the first half of the season comes to an end. The final prediction – in line with our 2019/2020 League One betting tips – is that both will be relegated this season with one other team (Milton Keynes perhaps?) joining the pair into the basement of top-flight football.

Our Predicted League One 19/20 table:

Ipswich Town
Wycombe Wanderers
Peterborough United
Oxford United
Rotherham United
Blackpool
Bristol Rovers
Fleetwood Town
Portsmouth
Gillingham
Sunderland
Doncaster Rovers
Coventry City
Accrington Stanley
Shrewsbury Town
Lincoln City
Burton Albion
Rochdale
AFC Wimbledon
Tranmere Rovers
Milton Keynes Dons
Bolton Wanderers
Southend United

Do you offer League One predictions for Saturday?

As a large bulk of League One games fall on a Saturday afternoon at 3pm, we offer the latest predictions and tips ahead of games to ensure that you have time to place your wagers. Whether it’s on match results, accumulators across the Saturday fixtures, or on score predictions, as soon as the team sheets are out at 2pm, we’re not far behind. We’ll be delivering all the best odds and prices to make sure your League One betting experience is as smooth and seamless as possible.
Where to watch League One fixtures?
Just like the Premier League and the Championship, Sky Sports hold the rights to show the majority of 2019/20 League One fixtures. Sure, these games might not be the main event of any weekend, but you’ll find Sky coverage on all games across the calendars, as well as commentary on any 3pm games. Alongside this, BBC also have rights to cover said games, though coverage normally is found online on their app through a commentary platform. All in all, whether you’re out or about or watching at home with your feet up, you’ll be able to access all 2019/20 League One games and place informed bets.

What Is the Best League One Betting Sites & Bookmakers?

League One may not get the same traction as some other leagues in English top-flight football, but there are plenty of bookmakers who’ll be offering promotion and relegation odds throughout the 2019/20 League One season. Most bookies will keep things interesting by offering a range of bets too. From enhanced odds and bet boosts to outright markets and accumulators, there’s no shortage of wagers to trade. So, take a look at some of our other betting pages and take a look at their League One betting offerings.

League One History

Operating as the third-tier league in the entire English football league system, the English League One was first introduced to the footballing world in the 2004/05 season alongside the Championship. Ever since it’s inception, Premier League regulars have slipped down into the Championship and have found themselves in League One not too long after. At present (2019/2020), Peterborough and Gillingham are the two clubs that have played the highest number of games, having last been out of the league in the 2012-13 season.