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Betting on Scottish League Two
Betting on League Two is easy and fun to do, and it could also be a great way of making money. Indeed, one good thing about betting on League Two matches is that even big online bookies never do as much research into their odds as they would for Premiership or Championship Games, meaning you may be able to spot some very attractive odds if you do your homework and know your stuff.
The easiest type of bet to make is to put money on the side you think will win the league. This is known as an Outright Winner bet and will be offered by all bookies. Other popular types of bet on League Two football include putting money on the team you think could be relegated, as well as on the player who will finish as top scorer in the division.
If you want to bet on individual games, then it's best to open at least one online betting account and bet over the internet. Not only will you then be able to benefit from the best selection of betting markets, you'll also be able to take advantage of in-play betting, thereby improving your chances of taking money off the bookie
Who to Look Out for in 2014/15
One reason League Two is great for football betting is that, unlike the Scottish Premiership and, to a lesser extent the Championship, there is no great gap between the best and the worst teams. This means you will rarely get unattractive odds-on prices either for individual matches or for predicting the overall winners of the division.
However, some teams are always stronger than others. For the 2014/15 season, expect East Fife and Abroath to be fighting for automatic promotion, with Clyde also a long shot.
At the other end of the table, Queens Park, East Stirling and Montrose could all struggle and be dragged down into a relegation dogfight.
Scottish League Two
Scottish League Two is the fourth, and lowest tier of the Scottish Professional Football League, sitting directly below League One. Beneath this level, teams compete in the Highland Football League or the Lowland Football League, depending on location.
Understandably, Scottish League Two does not enjoy much media attention, though highlights can easily be found. Despite this, most bookmakers will happily offer odds on the division, making it a popular choice among sports betting fans, and especially those with a keen interest and good knowledge of the game.
History of Scottish League Two
Scottish League Two was formed as a result of the 2013 revamping of Scottish football. While in the past as many as 20 teams battled it out in the lowest level of professional football in Scotland, now the division is made up of ten teams.
Traditionally, this division is made up of smaller clubs, with many staying at this level for many years. At the same time, the fourth tier is also made up of clubs that regularly bounce up and down the divisions.
The 10 teams that make up the Scottish League Two play each other four times over the season (which runs from August through May), twice at home and twice away. Here's what you need to know about a standard League Two season:
Teams are awarded three points for a win, one point for a draw and no points for losing a game. They are then ranked according to how many points they have. If two teams are tied on points, then the one with the better goal difference.
The team that finishes top of the league at the end of the season are named the champions and automatically promoted to Scottish League One. You can bet on the winner of Scottish League Two.
Additionally, the second, third and fourth-placed teams play a straightforward mini competition with the team that finishes second-bottom of League One. If a League Two team wins this play-off, they swap divisions with the League One side. You can bet on who finishes second or third in Scottish League Two
Meanwhile, the bottom-placed club is required to play a play-off with one side from either the Highland Football League or the Lowland Football League. Should they lose the two-legged play-off on aggregate, they will be relegated and their opponents promoted. You can bet on who finishes bottom and relegated from Scottish League two.
If you want to bet on your team on a match by match basis then keep coming back for the latest odds on all games in Scottish League Two, alternatively have a look at the odds on the English Premier League and all the fixtures.