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Wanderers feature highly on bookies' odds for success in League One next season

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karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
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Wanderers remain among the favourites for promotion from League One in 2021/22.

Odds have drifted on the Whites lifting the title, with bookmakers SkyBet now offering 14/1 but Ian Evatt’s side remain on 9/2 to achieve automatic promotion and 9/4 for a top six spot.

Sunderland are outright favourites, although their summer transfer business has yet to catch fire, with relegated Sheffield Wednesday ranked as second favourites to win the division outright.

Charlton, who last season finished just outside the play-offs, and Ipswich Town – who this week splashed out £500,000 to land West Brom’s Rekeem Harper – share the third-favourite mantle at present, followed by joint fourth favourites Portmsouth and Rotherham United.

You can get odds of 100/1 on Morecambe winning League One next season, with Stephen Robinson’s side tipped by many for an immediate return to the bottom tier.

Cheltenham and AFC Wimbledon are priced at 66/1 and Cambridge United and Accrington Stanley 50/1.

TO WIN LEAGUE ONE.

Sunderland 7/1.

Sheffield Wednesday 8/1.

Ipswich 9/1.

Charlton 9/1.

Portsmouth 12/1.

Rotherham 12/1.

Lincoln 14/1.

Wanderers 14/1.

Oxford 14/1.

Wycombe 16/1.

Wigan 18/1.

MK Dons 20/1.

Fleetwood 25/1.

Crewe 28/1.

Doncaster 28/1.

Plymouth 28/1.

Gillingham 33/1.

Burton 33/1.

Shrewsbury 40/1.

Accrington 50/1.

Cambridge 50/1.

AFC Wimbledon 66/1.

Cheltenham 66/1.

Morecambe 100/1.

AUTOMATIC PROMOTION.

Sunderland 5/2.

Sheffield Wednesday 11/4.

Ipswich 3/1.

Charlton 3/1.

Portsmouth 4/1.

Rotherham 4/1.

Lincoln 9/2.

Wanderers 9/2.

Oxford 9/2.

Wycombe 11/2.

Wigan 6/1.

MK Dons 13/2.

Fleetwood 15/2.

Crewe 8/1.

Doncaster 8/1.

Plymouth 8/1.

Gillingham 9/1.

Burton 9/1.

Shrewsbury 12/1.

Accrington 14/1.

Cambridge 14/1.

AFC Wimbledon 16/1.

Cheltenham 16/1.

Morecambe 28/1.

TOP SIX FINISH.

Sunderland 8/13.

Sheffield Wednesday 8/11.

Ipswich 6/5.

Charlton 6/5.

Portsmouth 7/4.

Rotherham 7/4.

Lincoln 9/4.

Wanderers 9/4.

Oxford 9/4.

Wycombe 12/5.

Wigan 5/2.

MK Dons 11/4.

Fleetwood 3/1.

Crewe 10/3.

Doncaster 10/3.

Plymouth 10/3.

Gillingham 4/1.

Burton 4/1.

Shrewsbury 6/1.

Accrington 7/1.

Cambridge 7/1.

AFC Wimbledon 8/1.

Cheltenham 8/1.

Morecambe 16/1.

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Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
More chance of us being in a relegation fight with our mainly League 2 squad. And still no proven striker.

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I never put money down on us. It's fatal.

Whitesince63


Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:More chance of us being in a relegation fight with our mainly League 2 squad. And still no proven striker.

No chance of our being anywhere near the relegation places Nat and this “mainly L2 squad” actually consists of a majority of first teamers from above even the level we will be at this season. I do though agree on the striker bit, we do need some quality there and I’m confident that IE will deliver on it before the season starts.

BoltonTillIDie

BoltonTillIDie
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I expect a couple of loanees will come in

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