Doncaster Rovers have been backed in from 20/1 to 16/1 to win League One.
Rovers were just eight points away from the play-offs last term and warrant supporting at 2/1 with BetVictor to achieve a top six finish this time around.
Should they come out firing on all cylinders there is no way the 11/2 for Doncaster to achieve promotion will last very long and that has to be the recommendation at the current prices.
Paul Dickov boasts a settled squad and while going up as champions may seem a tad optimistic, promotion remains a very real possibility for Rovers.
While the defence performed with credit last season, it was at the other end of the pitch where Dickov’s men struggled, netting just 57 goals all season.
League One is much like the Championship in terms of promotion favouring those sides who are most prolific going forward.
Andy Williams has been well-backed during pre-season to be the league’s leading marksman and is now 14/1 with BetVictor to be League One’s top goalscorer.
Sheffield United head the market for both the title and indeed promotion for a second successive season.
The majority of the Blades’ squad is unchanged from last season and 4/1 to be crowned champions looks like decent value.
Last year’s three relegated clubs from the Championship have naturally been supported to bounce straight back up.
However, it is Wigan Athletic that are fancied to fare best of the trio in a three-way match bet; Wigan 8/11, Millwall 6/5 and Blackpool 12/1.
League One title prices: Sheffield United 4/1, Wigan 7/1, Millwall 10/1, Peterborough 12/1, Bradford 12/1, Barnsley 12/1, Doncaster 16/1, Shrewsbury 16/1, 20/1 Bar
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