Championship, League One and Two – our predictions

SEVEN months since a ball was last kicked in the SPFL lower divisions, the beginning of the Championship, League One and League Two finally kicks off this Friday. It is an unusual time for these three leagues to kick off and with an unusual schedule having reduced to a 27-game season due to the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.

As usual, our Podcast team have given their predictions on who will be Champions, who will be relegated and who will be in the promotion/relegation playoffs in each division. We also have a special podcast with Ally Graham, who played for no fewer than nine of the thirty clubs, to give his thoughts on the upcoming season. Here is what they all said.

Tony

Championship
Winners – Hearts
2nd to 4th – Dundee, Inverness, Morton
9th – Alloa
10th – Ayr United

League One
Winners – Falkirk
2nd to 4th – Partick Thistle, Dumbarton, Airdrie
9th – Peterhead
10th – Cove Rangers

League Two
Winners – Stranraer
2nd to 4th – Edinburgh City, Queens Park, Cowdenbeath
10th – Brechin City

Scott

Championship
Winners – Hearts
2nd to 4th – Dundee, Inverness, Dunfermline
9th – Arbroath
10th – Alloa

League One
Winners – Partick Thistle
2nd to 4th – Falkirk, Cove Rangers, Montrose
9th – Clyde
10th – Peterhead

League Two
Winners – Queens Park
2nd to 4th – Annan, Edinburgh City, Stranraer
10th – Brechin City

Krys

Championship
Winners – Hearts
2nd to 4th – Dundee, Inverness, Dunfermline
9th – Queen of the South
10th – Alloa

League One
Winners – Falkirk
2nd to 4th – Partick Thistle, Airdrie, Dumbarton
9th – East Fife
10th – Forfar Athletic

League Two
Winners – Queens Park
2nd to 4th – Annan Athletic, Edinburgh City, Elgin
10th – Brechin City

F-Bomb John

Championship
Winners – Hearts
2nd to 4th – Dundee, Inverness, Dunfermline
9th – Raith Rovers
10th – Alloa

League One
Winners – Falkirk
2nd to 4th – Partick Thistle, Airdrie, Cove Rangers
9th – Peterhead
10th – Montrose

League Two
Winners – Edinburgh City
2nd to 4th – Brechin, Stranraer, Queens Park
10th – Albion Rovers

Good John

Championship
Winners – Hearts
2nd to 4th – Dundee, Dunfermline, Inverness
9th – Arbroath
10th – Queen of the South

League One
Winners – Falkirk
2nd to 4th – Partick Thistle, Cove Rangers, East Fife
9th – Peterhead
10th – Forfar Athletic

League Two
Winners – Queens Park
2nd to 4th – Edinburgh City, Stenhousemuir, Annan Athletic
10th – Albion Rovers

Ally Graham

Championship
Winners – Hearts
2nd to 4th – Dundee, Dunfermline, Inverness
9th – Alloa
10th – Queen of the South

League One
Winners – Partick Thistle
2nd to 4th – Falkirk, Dumbarton, Airdrie
9th – Cove Rangers
10th – Forfar Athletic

League Two
Winners – Queens Park
2nd to 4th – Stranraer, Stirling Albion, Brechin City
10th – Albion Rovers

Craig

Championship
Winners – Hearts
2nd to 4th – Inverness, Dundee, Dunfermline
9th – Morton
10th – Alloa

League One
Winners – Falkirk
2nd to 4th – Partick Thistle, Cove Rangers, Airdrie
9th – Forfar Athletic
10th – East Fife

League Two
Winners – Queens Park
2nd to 4th – Edinburgh City, Stranraer, Stenhousemuir
10th – Albion Rovers

You can listen to the Championship, League One and Two preview podcast with Good John and Ally Graham by following the link here or by downloading on Anchor, I-Tunes or Spotify.

https://www.scottishfootballforums.co.uk/2020/10/s10e17-championship-league-one-and-two-preview-with-ally-graham/

J Bleasdale

I am a football fan with a passion for writing, briefly studied journalism before other priorities got in the way. Enjoy blogging as its my way of expressing my thoughts on Scottish Football. Even though I'm an Aberdeen fan primarily, I'm happy to express my impartial views on other clubs.

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