Pre-season title favourites Sheffield United stretched their unbeaten start to their League One campaign at the weekend with a 1-1 draw against bottom-of-the-table Scunthorpe United, while Notts County saw off Shrewsbury Town to hit the front ahead of Tranmere Rovers and Stevenage, who both remain unbeaten and sit in second and third place respectively.
The Blades remain 4/1 favourites to finish top of the pile at the end of the season and are an 8/5 chance to secure promotion by whatever means necessary, even though they needed a Neil Collins equaliser seven minutes from time to claim a point at Glanford Park.
MK Dons are still the second most likely to team to win the title, according to the bwin bookies, despite their surprise 1-0 defeat to Walsall on Saturday.
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Karl Robinson’s men are now out to 6/1 to win the title, while Swindon Town, who were also beaten 1-0 this weekend by Leyton Orient at the County Ground, remain third favourites at 7/1.
Next in line are Preston North End, whose second successive win – a 2-1 away success over Bury – has seen their title odds shorten from 12/1 to 9/1, while current leaders Notts County remain a 10/1 shot to finish first following their impressive come-from-behind victory over Shrewsbury – their fourth win in five league games to date.
Bournemouth, with Harry Redknapp in his new advisory role watching from the stands, picked up all three points at Yeovil Town and are a 14/1 chance to win the title, while Brentford, Crawley Town and Doncaster Rovers, the latter of whom have a game in hand, are all at a price of 16/1 in the league winner market.
Stevenage maintained their unbeaten start to the season with an impressive 2-1 victory at struggling Coventry City and are now intriguingly priced at 13/2 to secure promotion and 20/1 to top the division.
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