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National League North Table
TeamPWDLGPts
1. Chorley1091023 - 428
2. Kidderminster1054123 - 1419
3. AFC Telford1054115 - 1219
4. Bradford Park1052317 - 1717
5. Spennymoor Town1044218 - 1216
6. Alfreton Town1051415 - 1416
7. Brackley Town1043319 - 1315
8. Leamington1043318 - 1515
9. Chester943216 - 1615
10. Boston United1050510 - 1015
11. Guiseley1035212 - 1014
12. Stockport1033413 - 1112
13. Altrincham1033418 - 1812
14. York93338 - 812
15. Curzon Ashton103348 - 1112
16. Hereford93248 - 911
17. Darlington1024415 - 1810
18. Ashton United1024415 - 2410
19. Blyth Spartans1021715 - 207
20. Southport1014510 - 177
21. FC United of Manchester101369 - 236
22. Nuneaton Borough91266 - 155

The England National League North is the second highest league outside of the professional Football League. Along with the Conference South it sits beneath the Conference Premier, meaning the 22 teams involved in 2014-15 are just two promotions away from the Football League. Here on our Conference North hub page we’ve got live betting odds comparison for all the matches in the division and whilst we won’t be so brave as to make predictions or offer betting tips, by backing your selections at the best available odds you can be sure of maximising your value and returns.

In the ante-post betting it was Barrow and Harrogate leading the way, both available at single figure betting odds, but as with all lower- and non-league football, making accurate predictions can be exceedingly tough.

The Conference North features teams from, predictably, the north of England, as well as, less logically, Suffolk, the Midlands and North Wales. It was introduced in 2004 and the top side is automatically promoted with a second side being promoted via the play-offs and three sides suffering relegation.

With so many sides featuring in the mix the Conference North is always highly competitive, unpredictable and, on the pitch at least, fast and frenetic. Betting on it – and indeed offering betting tips for the individual games – tends to be a highly specialised area, with relatively little information in the public domain.

However, if you do want to have a bet on your local side or happen to get a top tip through a player or friend, be sure to check right here to get the best odds for all your bets.