English National League Odds Comparison and Betting Preview

How to Bet on the National League

The National League is an exciting football division that features twenty-four clubs. Although many describe it as non-league, many of the clubs in this league are professional and they have formerly had a Football League status, with several now having an ambition to return to League Two.

For the 2019/20 National League season, some of the leading teams include Notts County, Chesterfield, Fylde, Barnet, Torquay and Wrexham. There’s only one automatic promotion berth available to clubs trying to land promotion, with the teams finishing between second and seventh then involved in the play-offs to reach League Two.

Before the start of the season, you will find the bookmakers pricing up several National League antepost betting markets. Many like to have a bet on the National League winner each season and might even choose to put this in an accumulator with picks from other football divisions.

You can also bet on antepost betting markets such as Promotion, Top Scorer, Relegation, Top Seven Finish and Top Half Finish. These markets are often updated after each round of fixtures and you can develop a strong knowledge of this football division and potentially have an edge over the bookmaker.

Bet on National League Football Matches

The 2019/20 National League football season kicks off at the beginning of August, with the action then coming thick and fast. There are twelve matches that comprise each round of games, with customers able to pick and choose the games which interest them the most on the football coupon.

Some football fans will look to bet on a particular National League match, with bookmakers creating a huge number of betting markets for each game. In addition to the 1x2 market (where you choose between home, draw and away), there are also popular options such as Correct Score, First Goalscorer, Half-Time/Full-Time, Total Goals, Both Teams to Score and Scorecast.

Alternatively, you might consider a multiple bet that includes several National League football matches. For example, there might be three teams that you think are going to win on a particular Saturday. You can put those clubs into a treble which means their odds are combined and you would stand to get a larger return from a smaller stake.

Some customers go further and put several teams in a National League football accumulator, while there is also the choice to combine picks from the English National League with selections from other football divisions. Punters sometimes go for the short-priced selections with their bets.

How to Get the Best National League Odds

If you’re looking for competitive odds on the National League, then you’ve come to the right place. Here at Odds1x2.com, we understand the importance of getting the biggest prices when it comes to betting on the English fifth tier matches and have created a system which means you can cherry-pick the largest odds on a consistent basis.

When you visit the Football section of Odds1x2.com and click on Football, you can see there is an option to choose between the various football leagues that are available. We recommend clicking on National League so that you can see the betting for the latest matches.

As you will notice, for each match, the biggest odds and relevant bookmaker are highlighted. It means you can click on that price and go through to the operator who is trading the biggest odds about your selection.

Alternatively, you can click through on a particular match and look at our famous odds comparison grid. This will give you a full range of available bookmakers and their corresponding prices. Simply pick out the odds that appeal to you the most and bet on them accordingly.

There’s a big advantage to having multiple bookmaker accounts when it comes to betting on the English National League. It effectively means that you can always get the biggest odds and don’t have to stick with one bookmaker who might not be offering you a value price when it comes to this league.

You can also claim a generous welcome bonus for each bookmaker account that you open. This is generally available in the form of a deposit bonus, so simply deposit the amount you want and then follow the betting requirements in order to land your bonus.