Notts County leads the way at the top of the National League table, with the Magpies currently boasting the best title odds.
It’s been a stellar start for the Midlands outfit, who raced to the to top of the table and have stayed there ever since.
But what price can you get for Notts County and their fellow rivals to lift the National League title this season?
Rank outsiders in the title conversation, last season’s playoff runners-up Solihull Moors sit fourth in the table, 10 points behind leaders Notts.
Heavily reliant on their strong backline, Solihull boasts one of the division’s best defences and averages just a single goal conceded per 90 minutes in the league this season.
Solihull have operated at the top end of the National League table in recent years and the Moors come in at 66/1 with Ladbrokes to taste title glory in April.
Title contenders for much of last season, many fancied Chesterfield to compete for promotion once again this term, with the Spireites sat in third place as things stand.
A statement victory over pre-season favourites Wrexham earlier in the campaign had heightened expectations, yet dropped points in matches since have stunted that hope.
Within touching distance of the top two, profit could be found in Chesterfield at 10/1 for a championship victory.
Heavy favourites to lift the title before a ball was kicked this season, it hasn’t been the campaign many expected from Wrexham, but they remain well-placed to triumph in April.
Boasting the most potent attack in the league, Wrexham have excited at times this season and Phil Parkinson's side still possesses the firepower to blow away any side in the division.
Level with Notts as the National League title favourites, Wrexham’s title hopes offer odds of 10/11.
The standout team in the National League this season, Notts have jumped from contenders to favourites after just a short amount of time.
Managing expectations will be the primary objective for boss Luke Williams, as he aims to guide the Magpies to automatic promotion.
Matching Wrexham’s odds of 10/11, don’t be surprised to see those numbers fluctuate for Notts as the season progresses.
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