Welcome to Bad Man Betting’s EFL League Two betting predictions page. All our expert tips and analysis can be found here for the 4th tier of English football; regarded as an incredibly competitive league with a lot at stake for those competing.
Our experts aim to get their previews and predictions sent over the night before a game kicks off. That includes both weekend and midweek fixtures in League Two. By having the tips and predictions sent in closer to kick offs, it allows for Bad Man Betting to provide the best content possible. This means we will have the most up to date team news, information and knowledge in order to make the best judgment on how a match will transpire.
Make sure you’ve got an account to place a bet. Every UK bookmaker will offer markets on the English League Two matches. If you’re not sure which bookmaker site to use, make sure you check out the bookmaker offers on our site. There’s plenty of different options, some include free bets, matched deposits or various bonuses. Pick which one suits you best and then return to our English League Two predictions page.
Our experts will be able to uncover information that most punters don’t have the time to find. Form and stats are a great place to start, however they’re not the be all and end all of betting on English League Two.
A side may have scored 20 goals in their last 6 games, but if their key striker or creative midfielder is absent then they’re going to struggle to emulate that form. That’s where our expert tips and previews come in; allowing you to have the tools to make better informed decisions when betting.
Remember, the bookies know a lot, they know more than you do. There’s always a reason behind the price. If you think Bradford look a big price to win, for example, take a step back and think, why is that? It could be injuries, an outbreak of covid, unrest in the background of the club or on the terraces. These are the types of things that we encourage our experts to cover.
Transfers are also hugely important at this level, both through the free agent market and also the loan system. Last season, Mansfield brought in Newcastle midfielder Matty Longstaff for their promotion run-in. He was the highest paid player ever to play in League Two, on account of his £30,000 Newcastle salary and also, arguably the best player to ever set foot in the division. One transfer at this level can make a huge difference, you’ll never be left wanting for transfer news that matters when you read out expert previews of the games in the English 4th tier.
Over the last ten years, the three teams each season to have been promoted to the English League One are below. They are in order of Winner, Runner-Up and Play-Off Winner:
2021/22: Forest Green Rovers, Exeter City, Port Vale
2020/21: Cheltenham Town, Cambridge United, Morecambe
2019/20: Swindon Town, Crewe Alexandra, Northampton Town
2018/19: Lincoln City, Bury, Tranmere Rovers
2017/18: Accrington Stanley, Luton Town, Blackpool
2016/17: Portsmouth, Plymouth Argyle, Doncaster Rovers
2015/16: Northampton Town, Oxford United, AFC Wimbledon
2014/15: Burton Albion, Shrewsbury Town, Southend United
2013/14: Chesterfield, Scunthorpe, Fleetwood Town
2012/13: Gillingham, Rotherham, Crewe Alexandra
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