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Sky Bet League 1 Betting Odds

The 2014/5 Sky Bet League 1 season will see Doncaster, Barnsley and Yeovil drop down from the Championship while Chesterfield, Scunthorpe, Rochdale and Fleetwood are promoted from League 2. Visit the official Football League site for information.

Sky Bet League 1 Matches

Time Home Draw Away Betting

Thursday 7th May 2015

19:45

Chesterfield (21/10)

Draw (12/5)

Preston (8/5)

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19:45

Sheffield Utd (13/10)

Draw (12/5)

Swindon (5/2)

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Sunday 10th May 2015

12:15

Preston (3/10)

Draw (11/10)

Chesterfield (12/5)

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Monday 11th May 2015

19:45

Swindon (2/5)

Draw (4/6)

Sheffield Utd (7/5)

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League Table

Position Team Pts

1

Bristol C

99

2

MK Dons

91

3

Preston

89

4

Swindon

79

5

Sheff Utd

71

6

Chesterfld

69

7

Bradford

65

8

Rochdale

63

9

Peterboro

63

10

Fleetwood

63

11

Barnsley

62

12

Gillingham

62

13

Doncaster

61

14

Walsall

59

15

Oldham

57

16

Scunthorpe

56

17

Coventry

55

18

Port Vale

54

19

Colchester

52

20

Crewe

52

21

Notts Co

50

22

Crawley

50

23

Leyton Or

49

24

Yeovil

40

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