League Two 2021-22 Free Bets
There's always a great mix of teams in this division. There's the 18 teams that took part in the league last season, four sides relegated from League One last season and not wanting to spend too much time in League Two and two excited sides promoted from non-league football last season.
There's an intriguing combination of sides in the division with some former Premier League outfits who have fallen on hard times as well as club's fresh out of the non-league scene. The likes of Barnet and Dagenham and Redbridge are two recent examples of smaller sides who have made the jump from the semi-professional game but ended up going back in the other direction. Last season showed that again with Macclesfield Town being relegated in a season that was cut short by the health crisis.
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2021-22 League Two Season
The new season started on August 7 and another tight season is expected. There's a lot to play for in League Two with the chance of climbing the ladder or ending up relegated to the National League. There are two new league clubs this season, one in the league for the first time and another returning after relegation. Sutton United, most famous for an FA Cup win over Coventry City won the National League last season. Back in League Two are Hartlepool so that's Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling in a good mood.
League Table after March 29
|1||Forest Green Rangers||37||20||12||5||72|
How to Use Your Free Bet on League Two
There are plenty of opportunities to use a Free Bet in League Two
- League Winners
- Who will get promoted
- Who will make the play-offs
- Who'll be relegated to the National League
- Individual games
- Next manager to leave their club
- Top Northern Club
- Top Southern Club
- Top goalscorer in the league and for each side
- Handicap betting
- League positions at certain stages of the season
League Two History
2020/21 Final League Table
|1||Cheltenham Town (P)||46||24||10||12||82|
|2||Cambridge United (P)||46||24||8||14||80|
|3||Bolton Wanderers (P)||46||23||10||13||79|
|6||Forest Green Rovers||46||20||13||13||73|
|23||Southend United (R)||46||10||15||21||45|
|24||Grimsby Town (R)||46||10||13||23||43|
May 18 - Newport County 2 Forest Green Rovers 0
May 20 - Tranmere Rovers 1 Morecambe 2
May 23 - Morecambe 1 Tranmere Rovers 1 - Morecambe won 3-2 on aggregate.
May 23 - Forest Green Rovers 4 Newport County 3 AET - Newport County won 5-4 on aggregate.
May 31 - Newport County 0 Morecambe 1
- 2020-21: Cheltenham Town
- 2019-20: Swindon Town
- 2018-19: Lincoln City
- 2017-18: Accrington Stanley
- 2016-17: Portsmouth
- 2015-16: Northampton Town
- 2014-15: Burton Albion
- 2013-14: Chesterfield
- 2012-13: Gillingham
- 2011-12: Swindon
- 2010-11: Chesterfield
- 2009-10: Notts County
- 2008-09: Brentford
- 2007-08: MK Dons
- 2006-07: Walsall
- 2005-06: Carlisle United
- 2004-05: Yeovil Town
There are three automatic promotion places in League Two. The sides finishing fourth to seventh go into the play-offs with two-legged semi-finals and then a final at Wembley Stadium. Previous Winners are:
- 2020-21: Morecambe
- 2019-20: Northampton Town
- 2018-19: Tranmere Rovers
- 2017-18: Coventry City
- 2016-17: Blackpool
- 2015-16: AFC Wimbledon
- 2014-15: Southend United
- 2013-14: Fleetwood Town
- 2012-13: Bradford City
- 2011-12: Crewe Alexandra
- 2010-11: Stevenage
- 2009-10: Dagenham & Redbridge
- 2008-09: Gillingham
- 2007-08: Stockport County
- 2006-07: Bristol Rovers
- 2005-06: Cheltenham Town
- 2004-05: Southend United
The Dreaded Drop
At one time the bottom four teams in what was then Division Four used to have to stand for re-election to the league. This process developed into one where the side finishing bottom of the table were relegated to the Conference (now the National League) and replaced by the Conference Champions. In recent years this has been adapted to the bottom two sides in League Two going down and being replaced by the National League winners and the winners of the Play-offs.
Not all the teams that get relegated are able to make it back into the Football League. Some suffer financial problems due to their relegation, for example Rushden & Diamonds, Chester and Hereford went out of business.
The two teams promoted to League Two at the end of last season were Southend United and Grimsby Town.