How Sunderland, Portsmouth, Barnsley and Charlton's League One promotion odds shifted in a dramatic weekend

There was more drama at the top of League One this weekend as the promotion race rages on.

Monday, 15th April 2019, 4:39 pm
Updated Monday, 15th April 2019, 4:49 pm
How Sunderland's promotion odds shifted after a dramatic weekend in League One

In a weekend full of drama, action and intrigue, the promotion picture has significantly shifted - and so too have the odds with the bookmakers. Scroll down and click through the pages to see how the League One promotion odds shifted after another dramatic weekend:

Defeat to Barnsley at the weekend saw the Cod Army's long odds drift even further out. The play-offs are now looking unlikely.
Impressive in recent weeks, the Brewers' odds have also lengthened despite a comfortable win over Scunthorpe United at the weekend.
The Seasiders saw their play-off hopes take a hit with defeat to Peterborough at the weekend, and they took are now at long odds to be promoted.

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The thrilling victory on Wearside keeps Coventry well in play-off contention but, with the sides above them winning, their odds lengthened slightly.
Mixed form since Darren Ferguson's appointment has somewhat put the brakes on Posh's play-off push, but their odds dipped slightly after a win at Blackpool on Saturday.
Now onto the serious contenders, and Rovers saw their odds remain short after a fine victory over Plymouth Argyle kept them in the thick of the play-off race.
The Addicks ended Luton Town's staggering unbeaten run with a 3-1 win on Saturday, and their tremendous form has seen their promotion odds significantly cut.
Pompey are continuing to apply pressure to the top three of Luton, Barnsley and Sunderland - and saw their odds slightly fall after beating Rochdale at the weekend.
The Black Cats suffered only a third defeat of the season at the hands of Coventry City - and their odds took a slight dip following the result.
The Tykes took advantage of Sunderland's slip-up with a fine win over Fleetwood - which in turn saw their promotion odds cut.
Despite defeat to Charlton on Saturday, the Hatters remain heavy favourites to seal promotion and the league title this campaign.