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League One and League Two Play-offs: Teams, fixtures and odds

| 18.06.2020

It might be a little later in the year than usual, but play-off season is upon us. And that means it’s crunch time for those sides involved.

For League One and Two, it comes after an agreement to end both campaigns on a points-per-game basis.

The effects of this has seen Wycombe leap from eighth to third in League One, to join Oxford United, Portsmouth and Joey Barton’s Fleetwood Town in the play-offs.

And in League Two, Cheltenham Town have jumped Exeter City into fourth, and the duo will be joined by Colchester United and Northampton Town.

So ahead of the semi-finals, we’re keeping you up to speed with our one-stop play-off guide…

League One


Fleetwood, Oxford, Portsmouth, Wycombe


First legs

Portsmouth v Oxford – Friday 3rd July 17:30

Fleetwood v Wycombe – Friday 3rd July 19:30

Second legs

Oxford v Portsmouth – Monday 6th July 17:00

Wycombe v Fleetwood – Monday 6th July 19:30

League One Odds

Portsmouth are the 15/8 favourites to get promoted, ahead of Fleetwood at 12/5 and Oxford at 13/5.

That leaves Wycombe as the outsiders, but the Buckinghamshire squad are still in contention at 9/2.

Looking at the first leg odds, Pompey are 23/20 to beat Oxford, with the visitors at 5/2. And our traders have the same prices up on the Fylde coast, with Fleetwood at 23/20 versus Wycombe’s 5/2.

League Two


Colchester, Cheltenham, Exeter, Northampton


First legs

Colchester v Exeter – Thursday 18th June 17:15

Northampton v Cheltenham – Thursday 18th June 19:45

Second legs

Exeter v Colchester – Monday 22nd June 17:15

Cheltenham v Northampton – Monday 22nd June 20:00

League Two Odds

The League Two play-offs could be fiercely competitive, according to the odds. Exeter are 9/4 favourites to go up, just ahead of Colchester at 13/5.

But with Cheltenham in the mix at 11/4 and Northampton at 3/1, all four teams will fancy their chances.

As for the first legs, Colchester and Northampton are each 29/20 to win on home soil, with away sides Exeter and Cheltenham each 2/1 to steal the first leg advantage.

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.