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Notts County FC Leapfrog Wrexham FC As 4/1 Outright Favourites For Sky Bet League Two Title

Paul Kelly
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Following their third win on the spin and sitting at the top of the table, Notts County FC are now outright favourites to win the League Two title. Wrexham FC were the pre-season favourites to win League Two, but Notts County have now overtaken Wrexham and are 4/1 favourites for the title.

Notts County Leapfrog Wrexham Into Favourites For League Two Title

Following their third successive Sky Bet League two victory, Notts County are now the outright favourites for the title. Wrexham FC were the pre-tournament favourites for the League Two title before was kicked, but Notts County have now leapfrogged them into the 4/1 outright favourites to win the league.

Before a ball was kicked this season, Notts County were 13/2 third favourites to win Sky Bet League Two behind Wrexham FC and Stockport County respectively. Now, last seasons National league runners-up are the outright favourites for back-to-back promotions and a title victory this season.

After their fourth win of the season over Accrington Stanley, the best football betting sites reacted by shortening Notts County’s League Two outright odds to 4/1 as they look to secure back-to-back promotions.

After being hammered 5-1 by Sutton in the first game of the season on their return to the Football League, Notts County have bounced back impressively and now sit top of the crop in League Two after six games.

They have won four of their last five League Two games, with the only non-win a 0-0 draw on their travels to Morecambe. ‘The Magpies’ have beaten Grimsby, Doncaster, Tranmere and Accrington so far this season and look to be one of the standout teams in the league.

Like their promotion rivals from last season, Wrexham FC, Notts County are being heavily backed at the top football betting apps to gain promotion to Sky Bet League One at the first time of asking.

The League two leaders have some tricky fixtures coming up, but are more than capable of continuing their hot streak and remaining at the top of the table. Could we see both Notts County and Wrexham FC gain promotions in the same season yet again?

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League Two Outright Betting

See below the latest Sky Bet League Two outright betting odds from BetUK.

  • Notts County @ 4/1
  • Wrexham @ 9/2
  • Mansfield @ 11/2
  • Gillingham @ 6/1
  • Stockport County @ 9/1
  • MK Dons 10/1
  • Bradford @ 18/1
  • Salford @ 22/1

Note: Odds are correct as 4th Sept but subject to change (others on request)

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Paul Kelly

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