We've taken a look at the challengers to win the 2023/24 League Two title, as well as the odds for automatic promotion.
|Notts County||21/10||Accrington Stanley||125/1|
|Milton Keynes Dons||20/1||Colchester||200/1|
|Salford City||125/1||Sutton Utd||400/1|
|Notts County||4/9||Salford City||14/1|
|Milton Keynes Dons||3/1||Harrogate Town||50/1|
|AFC Wimbledon||9/2||Forest Green||66/1|
Notts County moved to the top of League Two after edging a seven-goal thriller against Forest Green at Meadow Lane. A Troy Deeney hat-trick wasn't enough for the visitors as goals from Dan Crowley, Macaulay Langstaff, John Bostock and David McGoldrick were enough to extend the Magpies unbeaten run to eight games.
Neil Harris' Gillingham dropped down to second in the table after suffering a surprise 2-1 defeat at Doncaster.
Mansfied are the only EFL side unbeaten in all competitions this season after a narrow 1-0 home win over Barrow moved the Stags up to the third and final automatic promotion spot.
A 96th minute winner extended Crawley's impressive start to the season as they came from 2-0 down to secure a precious three points at Grimsby.
The scoreline of the weekend undoubtedly came from Edgeley Park as Stockport County thrashed Wrexham 5-0 thanks to an Isaac Olaofe hat-trick and goals from Louie Barry and Paddy Madden.
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