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Betting on Scottish League One
It may not get the same amount of media attention as the Scottish Premiership or the Championship, but Scottish League One still offers great opportunities for betting on football. All online sports betting sites will offer a great selection of betting markets, and most high street bookmakers will also be happy to offer you odds on almost any possible scenario.
The easiest type of bet to make is to put money on the likely Outright Winner of the division. For example, you could bet £20 Morton to win League One at odds of 11/2. If your hunch is right, you will walk away with £130, including your initial stake.
Other popular bets to make include betting on Match Winners for individual games, putting money on the teams you think will be relegated or on the player you think will score the most goals in the division.
A great way of improving your chances of beating the bookie and making some money on Scottish League One betting is to take advantage of in-play betting, which is offered by most online sports betting specialists.
As an example, imagine you have put £5 on Ayr to beat Morton at odds of 2/1. Now, imagine that Ayr are winning 2-1 with 75 minutes of the match played. The bookmaker could offer you the chance to cash out your bet for £9.67. Of course, this is not as much as the £15 you stand to make if Ayr do end up winning the match. However, it's still a profit and, more importantly, it's money in the bank which, once you've cashed, you can't lose, even if Morton produce a late come-back.
Alternatively, you can use in-play betting to cut your losses and run, though again, this is a gamble as your initial guess could turn out to be correct after all, in which case you will have lost money.
If you want to know about seven of the most popular bets in football then see our guide “How to Bet on Football”.
Who to Look Out for in 2014/15
One of the best things about Scottish League One is that, unlike the Premiership, it's a relatively open division, with several teams always in with a shout of getting promoted, even as champions.
That said, for the 2014/15 season at least, Dunfermline will always be there or thereabouts at the end of the campaign, with Morton and Peterhead also likely to be challenging them at the top of the table.
At the other end, Airdrie and Forfar could struggle and may end up dropping down a division. So these would make good bets early on in the season.
Scottish League One
Scottish League One is the third-highest tier of the Scottish Professional Football League, behind both the Scottish Premiership and the Scottish Championship.
The division is known for being highly competitive, with a number of genuine promotion and relegation candidates at the beginning of each season. This makes it popular with both fans and sports betting enthusiasts, with many high street bookmakers and almost all online betting firms offering a good selection of betting markets on League One matches.
Over the decades, dozens of teams have competed at this level, including some of the biggest names in Scottish football. These days the division is a mixture of clubs that stick around at this level for many years and clubs that go up and down on a regular basis.
Under the current format, Scottish League One is made up of 10 teams who play each other four times over the course of the season, twice at home and twice away. The main things you need to know about a standard League One season are:
Teams are awarded three points for a win, one point for a draw and no points for losing a game. The teams are then ranked according to how many points they have. If two teams are tied on points, the one with the best goal difference is ranked the highest.
The team that finishes first in the division are crowned the champions and automatically promoted to the Scottish Championship
The team that finishes tenth are automatically relegated to Scottish League Two.
At the top, the teams that finish in second, third and fourth place go into a play-off with the second-bottom team from the Championship. If a team from League One wins this mini-tournament, they switch places with the Championship team.
At the bottom the team that finishes tenth automatically drops down to Scottish League Two. The side finishing ninth, meanwhile, goes into a play-off with three teams from League Two.
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