PRO punter Dino Vita (@VitaDino) gives us his final standings in Scotland’s fourth tier.
Scottish League 2 | How They’ll Finish
1. Clyde (11/4)
Rightful favourites. Manager Barry Ferguson has bought well and after a strong second half of the season The Bully Wee look primed to mount a serious title challenge this time round.
2. East Fife (6/1)
The dark horses of the league and a very handsome price to boot. Like Clyde they had a fantastic end to last season and should be able to build on that and have a strong season.
3. Arbroath (5/1)
The Red Lichties will hope to use the pain of last season’s post-Christmas meltdown to inspire them this season. Losing top scorer Simon Murray to Dundee United will hurt but expect another strong campaign.
4. Stirling Albion (4/1)
The Binos had a woeful season last year, finishing well adrift of the pack in League One. The loss of top scorer Gordon Smith to Dumbarton will harm their chances of returning to the third tier.
5. Queens Park (11/2)
An excellent season last year when they finished second in the table but that may be beyond them in 2015/16. A more realistic position in mid-table awaits this inexperienced side.
6. Berwick Rangers (12/1)
The Wee Rangers had a poor season last year finishing in eighth but they should improve from that in 2015/16. Boss Colin Cameron has made a number of signings and the noises coming out the club are quite bolshy.
7. Annan Athletic (9/1)
Disappointing season for Annan last year and their drop from second in 2013/14 should continue this season. It’s doubtful they have the talent to mount a Top 4 challenge.
8. Elgin City (16/1)
Elgin have been comfortably in the bottom half of this division over the last two seasons and it’s unlikely they have the class to make a top half impact in 2015/16.
9. East Stirling (33/1)
Expect another poor season from East Stirling in 2015/16. It’s been six seasons since they finished in the top half and that trend is unlikely to be bucked this campaign.
10. Montrose (33/1)
10 points adrift at the bottom of the table last season and narrow winners of the Pyramid Play-Off, Montrose look destined for another season of struggle.
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