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Sky Bet Midweek Odds

14 April 2015

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With the season beginning to come to a close in League One, Sky Bet give their midweek odds offerings.

Title odds: Bristol City 1/12, Preston North End 13/2.

Promotion odds: Preston North End 1/12, MK Dons 7/4, Swindon Town 5/2, Sheffield United 5/2, Chesterfield 6/1, Rochdale 14/1, Bradford City 50/1, Peterborough United 100/1, Fleetwood Town 100/1, Barnsley 250/1, Doncaster Rovers 500/1.

Relegation odds (Yeovil Town are already relegated): Colchester United 1/4, Crewe Alexandra 2/5, Crawley Town 4/6, Notts County 5/4, Leyton Orient 2/1, Port Vale 11/2, Coventry City 10/1, Scunthorpe United 25/1, Walsall 33/1.

Victory for Bristol City at Bradford City on Tuesday night will guarantee promotion to the Sky Bet Championship for the Robins. Steve Cotterill’s men hold an eight-point advantage over second-placed Preston North End and are heavy 1/12 favourites for the title.

Preston will be confident of joining Bristol City in making it out of Sky Bet League 1 with a five-point gap back to MK Dons in third. North End play at home to Gillingham on Tuesday night and MK Dons travel north to Fleetwood Town.

Swindon Town and Sheffield United, who face Rochdale and Yeovil Town respectively on Tuesday night, are looking reasonably solid for a play-off place but the battle is still on for sixth. Chesterfield have a four-point advantage over seventh-placed Rochdale but Fleetwood, Bradford, Barnsley and Peterborough United are also still dreaming of promotion.

Yeovil’s relegation out of Sky Bet League 1 has already been confirmed but the battle to avoid joining them is very congested. From second-bottom Colchester United to Walsall in 15th there is only a gap of seven points. Colchester, Notts County and Crewe Alexandra are the other three sides currently in the relegation places but Crawley Town, Leyton Orient, Port Vale, Scunthorpe United, Coventry City and Walsall all can’t afford a bad run in the remainder of the campaign.

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