Bolton Wanders and Morecambe bringing punters the early season profits

With the season now a month in, sports betting site NetBet have taken a look at how punters would have fared betting £10 on each League One and Two team to win each of their opening first five matches. Here are the top six earners and losers in both League One and Two:


League One Top Earners courtesy of NetBet


  1. Bolton Wanderers £56.90
  2. Peterborough £41.80
  3. Port Vale £27.60
  4. Bradford City £23.20
  5. Gillingham £22.80
  6. Scunthorpe £16.30


Unbeaten top of the table Bolton Wanderers lead the way, earning punters £56.90 profit so far this season. Despite currently sitting outside the playoff spots, Peterborough are second highest earners bringing in a tidy £41.80.


League One Biggest Losers courtesy of NetBet


  1. Northampton Town -£50
  2. Rochdale United -£50
  3. AFC Wimbledon -£50
  4. Coventry City -£50
  5. Sheffield United -£30.60
  6. Walsall -£27.90


Four teams have yet to win in League One this season, meaning punters would have lost their full £50.00 backing them. Northampton Town have drawn all five of their matches which sees them comfortably in 15th place but yet to return backers any profits. Steer clear of backing the Cobblers to win, but maybe back them to make it six draws from six this weekend!



League Two Top Earners courtesy of NetBet


  1. Morecambe £105.40
  2. Mansfield Town £34.00
  3. Colchester United £28.50
  4. Plymouth Argyle £28.30
  5. Carlisle United £24.40
  6. Crawley Town £21.50


With four wins from their opening five matches, including a 3/1 win at Accrington and 7/2 victory against Portsmouth, Morecambe are the men to back in League Two so far this season. The Shrimps would have earned backers a massive £105.40 already!


League Two Biggest Losers courtesy of NetBet


  1. Cambridge United -£50
  2. Cheltenham Town -£37.79
  3. Accrington Town -£37.54
  4. Newport County -£34.92
  5. Blackpool -£27.69
  6. Barnet -£24.20


Cambridge United are the only side yet to pick up a win so far this season in League Two and they’re cut adrift at the bottom of the profit table, costing punters the full £50 so far.