Who will be playing League One football next term?
The Sky Bet League Two promotion race is looking wide open after leaders Chesterfield were beaten 2-0 by Burton at the weekend.
They are now joined on 23 points by Rochdale after Ian Henderson scored a late brace to earn a 2-1 victory at Cheltenham, which sees their odds on going up cut from 11/4 to 5/2.
More than half the sides in the division are currently considered single-figure odds with Sky Bet in a market headed by the Spireites, who are closely followed by Fleetwood.
The Cod Army also failed to boost their title credentials as they lost 2-0 on Friday night at Southend, who are now 6/1 to be playing Sky Bet League One football next season.
Exeter arguably put in the performance of the weekend as they ended Scunthorpe’s six-match unbeaten run with an emphatic 4-0 victory at Glanford Park.
That result has seen the Grecians’ promotion odds cut from 9/2 to 7/2, the same price as their defeated hosts, while they are 3/1 to strengthen their place in the top three with a win at fourth-placed Oxford on Tuesday night.
Indeed, odds were defied throughout the division on Saturday with only three home teams recording victories.
Sky Bet promotion odds:
Burton Albion 9/2
Newport County 6/1
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