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Sky Bet League 2 Betting Odds

The 2014/5 Sky Bet League 2 season will see Tranmere, Carlisle, Shrewsbury and Stevenage drop down from League 1 while Luton and Cambridge are promoted to the Football League. Visit the official Football League site for information.

Sky Bet League 2 Matches

Time Home Draw Away Betting

Saturday 20th September 2014

15:00

AFC Wimbledon (13/10)

Draw (52/21)

Morecambe (9/4)

All Odds

15:00

Bury (6/4)

Draw (7/3)

Burton (19/10)

All Odds

15:00

Cambridge Utd (53/35)

Draw (12/5)

Luton (19/10)

All Odds

15:00

Cheltenham (19/20)

Draw (5/2)

Dagenham & Redbridge (31/10)

All Odds

15:00

Mansfield (11/10)

Draw (88/35)

Carlisle (47/18)

All Odds

15:00

Northampton (4/5)

Draw (21/8)

Accrington (34/9)

All Odds

15:00

Oxford (6/4)

Draw (12/5)

Stevenage (21/10)

All Odds

15:00

Plymouth (10/11)

Draw (5/2)

Hartlepool (17/5)

All Odds

15:00

Portsmouth (1)

Draw (12/5)

Wycombe (3)

All Odds

15:00

Shrewsbury (11/13)

Draw (13/5)

Newport County (15/4)

All Odds

15:00

Tranmere (5/6)

Draw (13/5)

Exeter (4)

All Odds

15:00

York City (8/5)

Draw (68/29)

Southend (19/10)

All Odds

Sky Bet League 2

Position Team Pts

1

Burton Alb

19

2

Bury

17

3

Wycombe

17

4

Morecambe

16

5

Northamptn

14

6

Shrewsbury

14

7

Southend

14

8

Cheltenham

14

9

Portsmouth

13

10

Mansfield

12

11

Cambridge Utd

11

12

AFC W'don

11

13

Plymouth

10

14

Stevenage

10

15

Tranmere

9

16

York City

9

17

Newport County

9

18

Luton Town

9

19

Dag & Red

7

20

Accrington

7

21

Hartlepool

7

22

Oxford Utd

6

23

Exeter

6

24

Carlisle

3

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