With their 2-0 win over Shrewsbury on Saturday, Bradford City maintained one of only two unbeaten records in the Football League – Carlisle hold the other – and they are the new favourites to win the League 1 title at best odds of 3/1.
Stuart McCall returned to manage the Bantams in the summer and with six wins and six draws from their first 12 games he has built on the steady progression seen under the stewardship of Phil Parkinson, who left to join Bolton.
League One, however, looks wide open this season and one of the teams causing a stir among odds compilers are Peterborough, who beat high-flying Bury 3-1 on Saturday.
One of the many factors that go into compiling football betting is analysis of shots data and only Bury have had more shots than Grant McCann’s Posh in the opening dozen games, while nobody can get close to their record of 73% of shots on target.
|Northampton||33/1||Paddy Power, BetVictor|