What does the future hold for League One newboys…AFC Wimbledon

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Lyle Taylor’s 24th goal of an incredible season secured League Two play-off final victory over Plymouth Argyle, with Adebayo Akinfenwa capping off the victory with an injury-time penalty.

So we’ve taken a look at what the future could hold for Neil Ardley’s Wombles, who have their sights set on going up and up.

It’s 12/1 that the Dons manage a seventh promotion since the club’s formation, while those backing the side to do so in style can back them to win the 2016-17 League One title at 50/1.

The optimistic Wombles faithful can also back their side to be promoted from the Championship in 2017-18 (100/1), and to reach the Premier League by 2020-21 at 16s.

The Kingsmeadow outfit’s star man this season has been Montserrat forward Taylor, and it’s 33/1 he finishes the next campaign as League One’s highest scorer.

And for Dons fans dreaming of victory over their fierce rivals, home and away victories over MK Dons in League One can be backed at 10/1, and admittedly look more manageable than winning the Premier League by 2020-21 at 5000/1.

A Ladbrokes Spokesperson said: “Ardley’s men have produced one footballing miracle after another, and with talent like Lyle Taylor in their side, there could well be more Dons delight in the coming years.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

AFC Wimbledon Specials:

To beat MK Dons home and away in League One in 2016-17 – 10/1

To be promoted from League One in 2016-17 – 12/1

To reach the Premier League by 2020-21 – 16/1

Lyle Taylor to be top scorer in League One in 2016/17 – 33/1

To win League One in 2016-17 – 50/1

To be promoted from Championship in 2017-18 – 100/1

To win the Premier League by 2020-21 – 5000/1

To win the Champions League by 2025 – 5000/1

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.