Our League Two betting tips ⇑
The English Football League Two (EFL) is the lowest division in the EFL and was founded in 2004. It is the fourth division of English football and the third tier in the EFL. If teams drop out of League Two, they will fall to the National League which has a mixture of full-time and semi-professional clubs.
The lower leagues of English football tend to see more goals than most, and feature in our both teams to score acca’s regularly. But, there is also a lot of value in the win markets with the league producing plenty of shocks.
In League Two, most teams are capable of winning on their day as most teams struggle to consistently win. It is known as one of the hardest leagues to predict each week, but there is certainly good value if you can.
In all of our League Two betting tips, we will write full reasoning for the selection, while analysing the match including form and other factors.
How often do we post League Two betting tips? ⇓
We will post League Two betting tips for each weekend throughout the season as well as midweek fixtures. It is rare that we post just League Two betting tips, but more include them in mixed English football acca’s.
These mixed acca’s will range from Both Teams to Score selections, Win acca’s and more. A mixed acca will look something like this “Saturday’s Mixed Acca at 11.48” which includes matches from the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two.
How does League Two work? ⇓
League Two consists of 24 teams who play each other twice a season (home and away) meaning 46 matches a season. The season runs from August through to May with four teams promoted and two teams relegated each season.
The winner of the league, runner-up and third place are all promoted automatically, while the fourth place is decided through play-offs between 4th-7th placed teams.
- 2017/18 – Accrington Stanley (Winner), Luton Town (Runner-Up), Wycombe Wanderers (3rd place) Coventry City (Play-off winner)
- 2016/17 – Portsmouth (Winner), Plymouth Argyle (Runner-Up), Doncaster (3rd place) Blackpool (Play-off winner)
- 2015/16 – Northampton Town (Winner), Oxford United (Runner-Up), Bristol Rovers (3rd place) AFC Wimbledon (Play-off winner)
- 2014/15 – Burton Albion (Winner), Shrewsbury Town (Runner-Up), Bury (3rd place) Southend United (Play-off winner)