TWO seasons ago there were fans holding betting slips stating Leicester 5000-1 to be Premier League champions – this term the fans we're jealous of people backed Plymouth to be promoted at 2500-1.
Derek Adams's side spent the first few weeks in the League One drop zone but some optimists could see a bright light at the end of the tunnel.
Ex-Ross County boss Adams's jacket was on a shoogily peg but now he's nailed down to stay.
I've tipped Plymouth regularly over the past couple of months and they're still overpriced as they travel to Charlton.
They have won seven and drawn one of their last eight to climb into the play-off places but are as big as 9-4 at Ladbrokes.
Last week they came back from 2-1 down to beat Bristol Rovers and have suffered just one defeat in 17.
At the odds they can be backed less riskily draw no bet at 6-4 with Paddy Power.
Charlton have won just one in five and have just lost boss Karl Robinson to Oxford Lee Bowyer and Johnnie Jackson will take charge and there is the possibility they'll have a positive effect but Charlton shouldn't be favourites at 13-10 with William Hill.
Plymouth will probably finish fifth while at the top the race for the title is between Blackburn and Wigan.
Due to their FA Cup heroics Wigan have two games in hand on the other two and should win at Bury today. They are a best 8-11 to make it three wins in a row against the basement boys.
Shrewsbury have won four in five and with Blackburn not playing should move top with a win at home to Wimbledon. The Shrews are 19-20 with bet365.
Other sides at consider are Gillingham at off-form Bradford. The Gills are 3-1 with bet365 against a side who have lost three in a row without scoring.
The race for the League Two play-offs is hotting up with Coventry holding on to the final spot. They've won three and drawn two since losing to Brighton in the FA Cup and are 5-6 at McBookie to beat Grimsby at home.
Luton have been pushed off the top by Accrington after no wins in five but should get back on track against crisis-hit Barnet who appointed Mark Allen for a fifth time last week and binned Mark McGhee as head of technical.
Basement boys Barnet have drawn and beaten the Hatters this season but I'm on the home at 4-7 with McBookie.
Wycombe are up third after back-to-back away wins and look a decent price at 17-20 to beat fifth-bottom Port Vale at home.
- Plymouth draw no bet