Rotherham the tip in League Two as punters take advantage of football offer

The race for the League Two title gets underway this weekend as punters flock to take advantage of Ladbrokes price on Rotherham, and pick up their recently published free bets offer on the football along the way.

This season should be a fascinating battle between a number of teams.

With promotion to League One the prize – a league which is wide open and could result in a second promotion push in as many years – there is plenty at stake for the hopefuls in League Two and a positive start is an important factor to a title bid.

In terms of the favourites to be lifting the trophy come May 2013, this is currently the honour of Rotherham United. Available at 7/2 to finish in 1st position, Rotherham have some good financial backing and with Steve Evans in charge, they are expected to be right up there.

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Speaking of financial backing, Fleetwood Town are the second favourites for the League Two title. They are 5/1 to lead the way and this comes just a season after they were promoted to the football league for the first time. Big things are expected of them and quickly.

These two teams are definitely the front runners at this stage as the next team in terms of the League Two title betting is Chesterfield Town at 12/1. They were relegated from League One last season and will be determined to bounce back at the first time of asking.

Beyond them, you have several teams at the 16/1 mark for the League Two title. This includes Bristol Rovers, Oxford United, Bradford City and Southend. All of whom are capable of some excellent form, but can they hold it together for the entire campaign?

There is always room for a surprise package amongst the leading contenders of course and this could come from Torquay United – who came close to promotion last season – or Plymouth Argyle, a team that is desperate to find their best form once again.

Overall, it looks set to be between Rotherham and Fleetwood for the title at this stage, but expect things to change as the season progresses.

It all kicks-off this weekend, so don’t miss it.

Tommy graduated from Sheffield University in 2009 with a Journalism degree and has worked in various professional industry posts including the football print media.