A fascinating relegation battle has developed in League One, with the 11 clubs between 12th and 22nd place all separated by just six points.
Bradford are bottom of the table and 6 points from safety, while AFC Wimbledon are three points better off on 39. Above them, Rochdale have 41 points and no team all the way up to Gillingham on 47 will consider themselves safe.
Rochdale were the only winners among the bottom 10 over the weekend and have a game in hand on most of the teams around them. They are a best price 4/5* chance with William Hill to go down, but with seven points from their last three games they have given themselves hope of survival.
Heading in the opposite direction are Wycombe and Southend, both hopelessly out of form at a crucial stage of the season. Wycombe have taken only one point from their last 7 games and are without a win in 9 and although they are 16th they are just two points above the bottom four. Unibet quote them at 7/1* to be relegated.
Southend’s winless run goes even further back, extending to 11 matches. They are outside the drop zone on goal difference and they can be backed at best odds of 13/8* with BetVictor and William Hill to go down.
|*All odds quoted are subject to change|