Forest Green 4/1 to win League Two promotion next year (and more)

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Forest Green Rovers owner Dale Vince made some bold claims following their National League play-off triumph on Sunday, claiming that getting into League One “will be easy”.

But the view from our trading floor is that FGR’s outspoken vegan magnate could have a point…

They make it 4/1 for the Nailsworth outfit to win promotion from League Two at the first time of asking, while there’s 6/4 on offer for Mark Cooper’s men to achieve the feat within the next three seasons.

There’s 6/1 on offer for relegation next term, but fans of the New Lawn club will likely be more interested in the 20/1 for their side to secure Championship football by 2022.

As well as giving Cooper’s side a first taste of the Football League in their 128-year history, promotion also gives the Green a chance to secure local bragging rights – with rivals Cheltenham Town also in League Two.

There’s 5/1 on offer for FGR to beat their rivals home and away in the division, and leave the Robins red-faced.

As for another dose of Wembley glory, there’s 33/1 about Rovers getting just that with an EFL Trophy triumph, while you can get 50s for the West Country outfit to beat a Premier League side in the cups next term.

Whatever happens next, these are exciting times for fans of the Little Club on the Hill.

Forest Green Rovers specials:

To win promotion from League Two in 2017-18 – 4/1

To beat Cheltenham home & away in League Two in 2017-18 – 5/1

To win League Two in 2017-18 – 16/1

To be relegated from League Two in 2017-18 – 6/1

To win EFL Trophy in 2017-18 – 33/1

To beat any Premier League team in 2017-18 – 50/1

 

To win promotion from League Two by end of 2019-20 season – 6/4

To play in the Championship by start of 2022-23 – 20/1

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing

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Dave Burin

Dave graduated with an MA in English Literature at Durham University, and worked in marketing before joining the Ladbrokes News team. A Man United fan and avid groundhopper, he’s also an ardent follower of Rugby League. You can usually find him at a ground near you, clutching a big cup of tea.