24 Clubs - Round 46/46
# Team Pld W D L Goals GF GA GD Pts Last 5 matches
1 Portsmouth 46 28 13 5 78:41 78 41 37 97
2 Derby County 46 28 8 10 78:37 78 37 41 92
3 Bolton Wanderers 46 25 12 9 86:51 86 51 35 87
4 Peterborough United 46 25 9 12 89:61 89 61 28 84
5 Oxford United 46 22 11 13 79:56 79 56 23 77
6 Barnsley 46 21 13 12 82:64 82 64 18 76
7 Lincoln City 46 20 14 12 65:40 65 40 25 74
8 Blackpool 46 21 10 15 65:48 65 48 17 73
9 Stevenage 46 19 14 13 57:46 57 46 11 71
10 Wycombe Wanderers 46 17 14 15 60:55 60 55 5 65
11 Leyton Orient 46 18 11 17 53:55 53 55 -2 65
12 Wigan Athletic 46 20 10 16 63:56 63 56 7 62
13 Exeter City 46 17 10 19 46:61 46 61 -15 61
14 Northampton Town 46 17 9 20 57:66 57 66 -9 60
15 Bristol Rovers 46 16 9 21 52:68 52 68 -16 57
16 Charlton Athletic 46 11 20 15 64:65 64 65 -1 53
17 Reading 46 16 11 19 68:70 68 70 -2 53
18 Cambridge United 46 12 12 22 39:61 39 61 -22 48
19 Shrewsbury Town 46 13 9 24 35:67 35 67 -32 48
20 Burton Albion 46 12 10 24 39:67 39 67 -28 46
21 Cheltenham Town 46 12 8 26 41:65 41 65 -24 44
22 Fleetwood Town 46 10 13 23 49:72 49 72 -23 43
23 Port Vale 46 10 11 25 41:74 41 74 -33 41
24 Carlisle United 46 7 9 30 41:81 41 81 -40 30
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The first table you’ll see is the incredible League One table as it stands. There’s a lot to it, so here are the main points from left to right:

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    Match outcomes: The first four columns include the number of EFL League One home and away matches played for each team, matches won (W), draws (D) and losses (L).

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    Goals galore: The next three columns show the number of goals scored (GF), the goals conceded (GA) and the total goal difference (GD). This lets you know which teams have a lethal attack or leaky defence.

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    Our special ingredient – the form chart: Our exclusive form guide shows you how well a team is playing, regardless of their current standing. It’s vital intel for League One betting.

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    Total points: The most important column — the total points won so far. Points ultimately decide where a team will finish in the season and are a key performance indicator.

English League One Fixtures

So, you’ve got the table, now, what are you going to bet on? That’s where the fixture table comes in. The fixtures list is separated by round and by date, making it super simple to follow.

The best part? We’ve given you the best UK bookies with the best odds available on each match — it really is a one-stop shop.

You can even check out the English League One results today for any game week by clicking on the arrows found at the top of the table.

A punter without stats is a Knight without his shining armour, and we’ve provided you with the Excalibur of EFL League One player stats. With 22 markets to choose from and the ability to filter by position, you’ve got all you need.

These EFL League One stats related to scoring are taken after 14 rounds of games. The top players will always get one-on-one with the keeper, making betting on shots the most sensible thing to do. You can do this with loads of other markets to create the perfect bet builders and accumulators.

PlayerTeamShotsShots on targetGoals
Alfie MayCharlton392411
Devante ColeBarnsley261711
Jamie ReidStevenage 31199
Colby BishopPortsmouth 29179

With the league well under way, the standout teams of the season are already revealing themselves. The team stats table gives you added insight into a team’s form through the many betting market stats on offer.

There are 25 markets available, each with their own submarkets, which you can use to make more well-informed bets.

Portsmouth is finally starting to claw their way back to the pinnacle of football after a historic three relegations in four seasons. Oxford United are also looking likely to make it to the Championship for the first time since 1998/99.

Former Premier League teams Wigan and Reading have really been struggling and are facing the dreaded drop.

It all depends on how many points each team can get by the end of the season.

SeasonMatches PlayedGoals ScoredAverage Goals per Game

Over the last 11 seasons, League One has seen an average of 2.6 goals per game. This is on par with the EFL Championship, which has averaged 2.61 goals per match, and is slightly lower than the Premier League, with an average 2.73 goals per match during the same period.

Wondering why fewer matches were played in 19/20? The pandemic forced the season to end prematurely, and final league standings were calculated via Points per Match.

SeasonChampionsGoals ConcededGoals Conceded per GameClean Sheets
2022/23Plymouth Argyle471.0218
2021/22Wigan Athletic440.9616
2020/21Hull City380.8320
2018/19Luton Town420.9120
2017/18Wigan Athletic450.9819
2016/17Sheffield United471.0217
2015/16Wigan Athletic450.9819
2014/15Bristol City380.8320

As the age-old saying goes, attack wins you games, defence wins you titles. Indeed, the League One champions have an average of 0.91 goals conceded per game in the last 11 seasons.

The 2013/14 Wolves team, which set the record points tally in this division, boasted a solid defence to say the least. They shut out the opposition on 25 occasions and only conceded 31 goals in the process that season.

It might sound obvious, but betting on an event with as much prior knowledge as possible is the smartest way to gamble. If poker is a game of skill and slots are a game of chance, then stats can help by dislodging as much of the chance element as possible from betting and move it more to the skill end of the spectrum.

Make More Informed Betting Decisions

Knowledge is a bettor’s arsenal. By loading up with as much statistical knowledge as possible, we can make informed wagering decisions when we lay our money down. This way we are far more likely to see a positive return on investment.

Check the above table, read into what happened in the last matches played, look at home and away form, and generally utilise the latest statistics as they are one of the key factors in successful betting.

Play Like the Bookies

Another reason to use stats to beat the bookies is because that is exactly what they are doing to beat you. Bookmakers use statistics when they calculate their odds as their bread and butter relies on probabilities —  probabilities that we only know are probable because we, and they, have utilised all the information gathered in order to form our opinions.

That’s why, in most cases, the punter and the bookie agree, and we have, as a result, a short-priced favourite. Our job is to work out when the long-priced upsets will occur, in which case we will well and truly have beaten the bookies at their own game.

Learn more about odds in our handy guide: Betting Odds Explained.

Spot Value

In order to be a profitable sports bettor, your focus always has to be on finding value bets. While betting through gut feelings might work out sometimes, in the long run, it won’t. What you should be doing is supporting your bets with data — be it home form, expected goal (xG) metrics, head-to-head record, or whatever else. The sporting world has become so driven by statistics that there are endless amounts of data for you to interpret. Use them wisely.

League One is the most watched, and arguably the best third division in the world, and betting on it can offer some great value. Barnsley won’t go far without Devante Cole, and you won’t go far in betting without using these sweet EFL Leage One stats!

During the 1933/34 season, Stockport County beat Halifax Town 13 – 0, the joint highest in the entire EFL.

Sergio Agüero and Fernandinho have both won the EFL Cup six times. They won them together at Manchester City.

Plymouth Argyle have just won their fifth third division title in the 2022/23 season, making them the team with the most titles. Their first came in the 1931/32 season.

Just like the Championship, the top two teams are automatically promoted. The third promotion spot goes to the winners of the playoffs — a four-team tournament for squads that finished between 3rd and 6th place in the league.

WRITTEN BY Jeremy Sant Fournier View all posts by Jeremy Sant Fournier

If there’s one thing Jeremy loves, it’s sports. A football fanatic at heart, Jeremy can always been found watching, playing or talking about sports. It’s in his blood, and with a keen interest in sports betting, sports writing is a match made in heaven.

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