SWINDON Town's chances of success in League Two next season have been revealed after bookmakers published their odds.

SkyBet - the EFL's official betting partner - has released odds regarding a variety of categories including title winners, promotion, making the play-offs, and top-half finish.

Wrexham, Stockport County, and Notts County make up the top three of each listing - although in different orders depending on which market you choose to back.

The Welsh club are favourites to win the League Two title outright at 7/2, following up their National League trophy in 22/23, while Stockport are fancied to recover from play-off final heartbreak as second favourites at 6/1.

Notts County - promoted back into the EFL with Wrexham last term - are well clear of Bradford City at 15/2 compared to the Bantams' 12/1. Swindon are 10th favourites to follow up their 2019-20 title with another in 23/24 and can be found at 28/1 on SkyBet.

It is a similar story in terms of teams expected to be competing for the fourth promotion spot next season, although the odds are much tighter.

Starting at 10/1 with Notts County, Town remain 10th favourites to win a first play-off title since 1993 at just 16/1 - alongside Doncaster Rovers - while Mike Flynn's men are 4/1 to be a part of that quartet who extend their campaigns.

You can find Swindon at only 5/1 to achieve promotion into League One via any means, while a top-seven finish is priced at 2/1.

And finally, for the cautious among us, the Robins are 4/5 on to finish inside the top half of League Two in 2023/24.

Currently, there are no available odds for relegation.

Swindon finished 10th in League Two last season, a year after ending sixth and missing out on promotion via the play-offs.