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League 1 predictions on Forecastr.com

Ranked third among the leagues in England, it consists of 24 clubs, clubs playing each other twice for 3 points. Based on points achieved, a team could win the league and have the second placed team gain promotion with it automatically into the EFL Championship. While the other teams that make up the 3rd to 6th position, have to slug it out among themselves at a playoff finals. Further, the last four clubs have to settle for relegation into the EFL League 2. Forecastr uses algorithms and other stats to draw up computer soccer predictions for League 1, or at best use experts to provide tips on various outcomes, ranging from match wins, goals, corners, etc. Also, just like other divisions in England, each weekend or March day of football is difficult to predict. That's why Forecastr goes all out to provide up-to-date and useful analysis to help you make a healthy return on your investment. Again, the just concluded season saw Luton Town emerge winner after grueling rounds of matches, with Barnsley and Charlton Athletic coming second and third respectively. Other popular teams that play in this League are Portsmouth FC, Oxford United, Sunderland, Bristol Rovers and Blackpool FC. The top 3 clubs from League 2 are promoted to make up the numbers in League 1, and the league commences again.

League 1 betting advice

Despite the obvious difficulties in predicting outcomes of matches in League 1, it provides enough excitement for all bettors out there. Also, you get great value odds with increased knowledge of how the league pans out. That's why you need a team like Forecastr to provide perfect analysis of the league, games, players and teams. Further, you can have tips for every match day because there's simply no letting off on the passion for football in England, irrespective of the division and League 1, is no exception.

Forecastr presents betting tips for outright winners, Match results, goals markers of overs and ranges, double chance, half-time/full time and other bet types. Again, there's value in deciding who you think will make up the number of promoted teams, relegated teams, or even those that manage to beat the drop. Another favorite is the goals market and Forecastr will definitely help you with that. Last season saw plenty of goal-mouth action with James Collins of Luton Town scoring 25 goals to become top scorer. Stats also show a penchant for the away teams to score at least one goal. This is reflected in at least 42 percent of marches last season. The double chance market also provides great value, should you chose to pick a side or sit on the fence.