Sky Bet League 1 Betting Odds
|0 - 0||15/8||6/4||15/8|
|0 - 0||8/11||2/1||9/2|
|1 - 0||8/13||5/2||4/1|
|0 - 0||4/7||11/4||4/1|
Saturday 7th March 2015
|15:00||Barnsley 13/10||Draw 23/10||Walsall 19/10||1 Bet|
|15:00||Coventry 6/5||Draw 23/10||Port Vale 21/10||1 Bet|
|15:00||Crawley 4/1||Draw 14/5||Bristol City 8/13||1 Bet|
|15:00||Crewe 6/4||Draw 23/10||Scunthorpe 13/8||1 Bet|
|15:00||Gillingham 13/8||Draw 23/10||Doncaster 6/4||1 Bet|
|15:00||MK Dons 11/10||Draw 23/10||Preston 23/10||1 Bet|
|15:00||Peterborough 23/20||Draw 12/5||Leyton Orient 21/10||1 Bet|
|15:00||Rochdale 10/11||Draw 5/2||Colchester 11/4||1 Bet|
|15:00||Sheffield Utd 8/15||Draw 3/1||Fleetwood 9/2||1 Bet|
|15:00||Swindon 4/9||Draw 3/1||Notts County 13/2||1 Bet|
|15:00||Yeovil 7/5||Draw 23/10||Oldham 7/4||1 Bet|
Sunday 3rd May 2015
Sky Bet League 1 Winner 14/15 - Win Outright
Your stake is doubled for an each-way bet with half going on the selection to win and half on it to place. Read the full explanation here
Each Way: 1/4 for first 2 places
Each Way: 1/4 for first 2 places
|Bristol City 1/5||Preston 13/2|
|MK Dons 9/1||Swindon 12/1|
|Sheffield Utd 150/1|
|Andy Williams 1/5||Eoin Doyle 8/1|
|Ian Henderson 10/1||Matt Done 10/1|
|Joe Garner 12/1||Jonathan Forte 12/1|
|Cody McDonald 20/1||Tom Bradshaw 25/1|
|Dele Alli 25/1||Paddy Madden 28/1|
|Michael Smith 50/1|
|Yeovil 1/12||Crawley 1/6|
|Colchester 1/2||Crewe 6/5|
|Coventry 6/4||Leyton Orient 7/4|
|Notts County 3/1||Walsall 18/1|
|Scunthorpe 18/1||Gillingham 18/1|
|Port Vale 20/1||Fleetwood 25/1|
|Barnsley 25/1||Oldham 40/1|
|Rochdale 40/1||Peterborough 50/1|
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It was introduced for the 2004-05 season and was formerly known as the Football League Second Division and, prior to the creation of the Premier League, as the Third Division.
There are 24 clubs in Division One and at the end of each season the top two clubs, together with the winner of the play-offs between those placed 3rd to 6th inclusive are promoted to the Football League Championship.
Clubs finishing in the bottom four are replaced by the top three clubs in Division Two and the play-off winner of teams placed 4th to 7th.
Champions of League One since the re-structuring include Swansea City and Norwich City who both consequently won promotion from the Championship and have established themselves in the Premier League. Runners-up Hull City (2004-05) and Southampton (2010-11) have also gone on to win promotion to the top flight of English football.
The record for the most goals in a Division One season since the re-structuring came in 2011-12 when Jordan Rhodes notched 38 for Huddersfield Town to fire his club into the Championship via a penalty shoot-out win over Sheffield United at Wembley. Rhodes moved to Blackburn Rovers the following season and won international caps for Scotland.
Current England and Southampton star Rickie Lambert was also a prolific scorer in League One scoring 29 for Bristol Rovers in 2008-09 and 30 the following season following his move to Saints.