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League One odds for 2011-12
League One odds for 2011-12
Monday, 20th Jun 2011 19:56 by Col

We have scoured the betting sites from all around the world (or visited one odds comparison website) to find out the current odds that are being banded about for the forthcoming season.

Listed below are the latest odds for each side in League One to win the title, get promoted or be relegated, and based on these odds, the bookies reckon that Dale will finish at or around 16th in the division.

In contrast, last season if you shopped around you could get 80-1 on Dale to win the title, so the bookies have certainly took notice of ourselves following last season's top ten finish.

Of course, these odds may well change over the Summer months as clubs do their wheeling and dealing before the big August kick off, but for now, if you wish to gamble your hard earned on Dale, here are the best odds going:

Team Title Odds Promotion Odds Relegation Odds
Huddersfield 6-1 6-4 50-1
Sheffield Wednesday 6-1 13-8 33-1
Preston North End 7-1 2-1 25-1
Sheffield United 9-1 9-4 20-1
Charlton Athletic 14-1 9-2 16-1
MK Dons 16-1 5-1 12-1
Scunthorpe United 18-1 11-2 12-1
Brentford 25-1 8-1 7-1
Bournemouth 25-1 15-2 8-1
Chesterfield 33-1 12-1 5-1
Notts County 33-1 12-1 7-2
Leyton Orient 33-1 11-1 5-1
Colchester 33-1 12-1 7-1
Carlisle 33-1 11-1 7-1
Exeter 40-1 14-1 10-3
ROCHDALE 40-1 14-1 9-2
Bury 50-1 20-1 11-4
Wycombe 50-1 20-1 11-4
Oldham 50-1 20-1 5-2
Walsall 66-1 25-1 2-1
Hartlepool 80-1 22-1 5-2
Stevenage 80-1 20-1 2-1
Tranmere 80-1 25-1 5-2
Yeovil 80-1 22-1 2-1
Odds c/o Oddschecker

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Birchy915 added 20:50 - Jun 20
Why are Notts Country above us? scratch that, why aren't they in the bottom 5?
Very displeasing table considering we came 9th last season ¬_¬

Daley_Lama added 01:08 - Jun 21
I love bookies.

8 teams are less than 3-1 to go down, i.e. break even mark with your stake back.

For the top teams, if you're betting on promotion for any team including the playoffs, the odds are worse than you would get if placing your bet on a team (any team when you have seen how they have fared over 46 games) in the playoffs.

The odds are what I would expect but there is no value, depending on the handicap betting, if that's the overall expectation then I'd be going for Exeter to be the ones who have been under-valued the most.

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