2019/20 EFL League Two Winner - Mansfield Town to finally get out of League Two
After knocking on the door in recent years, Mansfield Town are well-positioned to go one step further this season.
New manager, John Dempster wants to succeed where David Flitcroft failed (Photo by George Wood/Getty Images)
2019/20 EFL League Two Winner Predictions, Betting Odds & Tips
After Lincoln City walked the league last year, this year’s League Two line-up looks set to be a whole lot more competitive than its predecessor.
The four relegated sides from League One will all be aiming to make an immediate return to the division, while the two promoted sides, Salford and Leyton Orient, will both be fancying their chances of emulating Tranmere’s success and achieving back to back promotions.
Last season's defeated playoff sides, Mansfield Town, Forest Green Rovers, and Newport County will all be back in the mix as well, with the former looking like one of the strongest sides in the division this coming campaign.
2019/20 EFL League Two Winner Betting Odds
All League Two Winners odds correct on 2nd August 2019:
|Forest Green Rovers||15.00|
2019/20 EFL League Two Promotion Betting Tips
Mansfield Town had their most successful season in over a decade last season, but they didn’t get the fairy-tale ending that they were looking for.
After missing out on automatic promotion on the last day of the campaign to MK Dons, The Stags were then defeated in the play-offs by Newport County and condemned to another season in the fourth tier.
With manager David Flitcroft having left the club, new gaffer, John Dempster will be looking to make an instant impact and finally achieve promotion with the team.
The addition of striker Andy Cook, who grabbed 18 goals in all competitions at a struggling Walsall side last year will be a huge boost. Midfielder Jacob Mellis will also once again be a key component for the club as they push to finally get out of the division and into League One.
The club has made steady progress since returning to the Football League in 2013 after a five-year exodus in the National League. Since promotion, they have built on their previous season's finish in all but one year.
The Stags finished 4th last season, missing out on automatic promotion by just a solitary point, and if they are to continue their upward trend this season, then automatic promotion should finally be achieved.