England National League Betting Odds Comparison

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Tuesday 26/03
2.003.404.20All Odds
Tuesday 26/03
2.003.653.75All Odds
Tuesday 26/03
2.123.253.95All Odds
Tuesday 26/03
2.803.552.70All Odds
Tuesday 26/03
3.103.102.55All Odds
Tuesday 26/03
5.753.971.65All Odds
Wednesday 27/03
2.333.643.20All Odds
Saturday 30/03
4.753.601.80All Odds
Saturday 30/03
3.413.602.15All Odds
Saturday 30/03
1.883.504.20All Odds
Saturday 30/03
1.683.606.00All Odds
Saturday 30/03
1.703.825.00All Odds
Saturday 30/03
2.753.112.76All Odds
Saturday 30/03
2.243.403.40All Odds
Saturday 30/03
1.504.337.00All Odds
Saturday 30/03
1.753.754.46All Odds
Saturday 30/03
2.193.503.30All Odds
Saturday 30/03
3.503.432.18All Odds
Saturday 30/03
2.233.403.40All Odds
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The Football National League consists of three divisions which sit below the Football League in English football, and are called the National League (the highest of the three), the Conference North and the Conference South. Really the Conference often refers to just the Conference Premier, which is the gateway division to the Football League, with just three divisions separating it and the untold riches of the Premier League. And we have the latest betting odds comparison for all the games from this rough and tumble division.

Teams from the Conference often appear in the early rounds of the FA Cup and there have been some great “giant killing” escapades over the years when such non-league sides have beaten Premier League opposition.

The Conference (Premier) has 24 clubs, like the divisions above it, League Two, League One and the Championship, with each team playing all others home and away during the course of the normal season. Each season two sides are promoted from the Conference to League Two (to replace the two sides relegated from that division), those being the Conference champions and the winner of the play-offs (in which teams finishing second to fifth compete). If you fancy betting on Conference matches, be sure to check the best betting odds right here before you do.