R Tim Main W D L +/- Poin
1 Swindon Town 33 19 6 8 0 63
2 Exeter City 33 18 9 6 0 63
3 Crewe Alexandra 33 18 7 8 0 61
4 Plymouth Argyle 33 18 7 8 0 61
5 Cheltenham Town 32 14 12 6 0 54
6 Port Vale 34 14 12 8 0 54
7 Colchester United 34 13 13 8 0 52
8 Northampton Town 33 15 7 11 0 52
9 Bradford City 34 13 12 9 0 51
10 Forest Green Rovers 34 12 10 12 0 46
11 Salford City 34 11 11 12 0 44
12 Cambridge United 34 12 8 14 0 44
13 Walsall 34 12 7 15 0 43
14 Crawley Town 34 9 14 11 0 41
15 Grimsby Town 32 10 11 11 0 41
16 Newport County 31 10 10 11 0 40
17 Leyton Orient 34 9 11 14 0 38
18 Oldham Athletic 34 8 13 13 0 37
19 Macclesfield Town 34 7 15 12 0 36
20 Scunthorpe United 33 9 9 15 0 36
21 Mansfield Town 34 8 11 15 0 35
22 Carlisle United 33 8 11 14 0 35
23 Morecambe 34 7 9 18 0 30
24 Stevenage Borough 34 3 13 18 0 22
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England League 2

There are 24 clubs in League Two. Each club plays each of the other clubs twice (once at home, once away) and is awarded three points for a win, one for a draw and no points for a loss. From these points a league table is constructed. At the end of each season the top three teams, together with the winner of the play-offs between the teams which finished in fourth–seventh position, are promoted to Football League One and are replaced by the four teams that finished bottom of that division. Similarly the two teams that finished at the bottom of League Two are relegated to the National League and are replaced by the team that finished first and the team that won the second–fifth place play-off in that division. Technically a team can be reprieved from relegation if the team replacing them does not have a ground suitable for League football, but in practice this is a non-factor because every team currently in the National League has a ground that meets the League criteria (and even if they did not, a ground-sharing arrangement with another team could be made until their stadium was upgraded). The other way that a team can be spared relegation is if another team either resigns or is expelled from the EFL. Final league position is determined, in this order, by points obtained, goal difference, goals scored, a mini-league of the results between two or more teams ranked using the previous three criteria and finally a series of one or more play-off matches.

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