League Two Predictions & Betting Tips

We’ve got the latest 2019/20 League Two predictions and tips on hand while the action unfolds across the country in various stadiums, through every single match-day. Our platform will ensure that you keep up to date with all the drama, forecasts, betting services and information. So, take a peruse of the below…

League Two 2019/20 Predictions

Leading the charge in both our betting markets and the title-winning predictions are Ipswich Town who have been making significant progression under Paul Hurst in the last few seasons. So much so that he and the Tractor boys are expected to make an instant return to League One – a prognosis especially appealing considering that Ipswich boast Andy Butler under their charge.Joining the so-called 2019/20 League winners are Plymouth Argyle. Indeed, it would be hard to not include last season’s runners up in our projections given how quickly the team have turned a new leaf with Ryan Lowe at the helm. And the same can be said for Mansfield Town, who make the brunt of our promotion hopefuls listings after an impressive tail-end to their 2018 campaign. Yet, while the above are expected to be the ones leading the promotion race, there are plenty of wildcards that have been thrown into the mix, from Swindon to Forest Green Rovers. At the other end of the table, however, our betting tipsters come up with more resolute relegation wagers. One such candidate is Morecambe who have begun their 13th successive season in league Two as they have the previous 12: up against it. Sure, they’ve managed to get through each of the last 12, however scrappy and unattractive the football has been. But all the evidence suggests that 13 is certainly an unlucky number for Derek Adams and co. It’s likely that they’ll be joined by Oldham Athletic in the basement of top-flight English football who are victim to financial plight, with both Macclesfield Town and Crawley Town in serious consideration to take third place.

Our Predicted League Two 19/20 table:

  1. Cheltenham Towers
  2. Forest Green Rovers
  3. Swindon Town
  4. Colchester United
  5. Crewe Alexandra
  6. Bradford City
  7. Exeter City
  8. Plymouth Argyle
  9. Cambridge United
  10. Northampton Town
  11.  Newport County
  12. Port Vale
  13. Macclesfield Town
  14. Scunthorpe United
  15. Mansfield Town
  16. Crawley Town
  17. Leyton Orient
  18. Oldham Athletic
  19. Salford City
  20. Grimsby Town
  21. Walsall
  22. Carlisle United
  23. Stevenage
  24. Morecambe

Do you offer League Two predictions for Saturday?

Just like the rest of our football league services, we’ve got the latest 2019/20 League Two predictions and tips, available before and during the Saturday afternoon games for you to place tailored bets. Keep an eye on these ahead of games and you’ll be giving yourself a better chance to claim match winnings. Especially if you have the various starting XI’s under your belt beforehand.It's also worth taking a look at our accumulator betting tips if you plan on spending your Saturday afternoon with fingers crossed that your acca comes in!

Where to watch 2019/20 League Two fixtures?

As with most football coverage, Sky Sports hold the rights to air and commentate on League Two matches, and the 2019/20 season is no different. These services are also available on the go through mobile services and Sky’s Sports day passes. However, League Two games can also be viewed on BBC Sports radio platforms too. Which means that wherever you are, you’ll be able to see all the games across the months with relative ease.

What Are the Best League Two Betting Sites & Bookmakers?

Yes, League Two permutations are a popular source of betting, contrary to majority beliefs. Punters and bookmakers alike reflect that through promotions, enhanced odds, new offers, and an extensive range of bets and markets. So, why not check out some of our other pages to help you choose the right betting site for you?

League Two History

The third, and lowest, division in top-flight English football currently operates as League Two, also known as Sky Bet EFL League Two for sponsorship reasons. Just like League One and the Championship, its inception began back in the 2004/05 season, changing the structure of football for the better. Since its introduction, teams have slowly filtered their way down from Premier League glory to the pit of all divisions. The team to have held the longest tenure? Morecambe, who were last outside the division in 06/07.