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||Crawley Town||100/1|
|Milton Keynes Dons||25/1||Morecambe||200/1|
|AFC Wimbledon||25/1||Harrogate Town||200/1|
|Salford City||100/1||Forest Green||500/1|
|AFC Wimbledon||11/4||Harrogate Town||33/1|
|Milton Keynes Dons||7/2||Forest Green||100/1|
|Crawley Town||10/1||Sutton Utd||150/1|
Notts County have drifted from 21/10 to 3/1 to win League Two but they remain top of the table, after losing an incredible game 5-4 away at Colchester United.
They are joined on 20 points after 10 games by one of the surprise packages of the season so far, Crawley Town.
The Red Devils were amongst the pre-season relegation favourites but their 3-0 home victory over Sutton on Saturday means that only goal difference is keeping them off top spot. Scott Lindsey's side are currently 100/1 to win League Two.
Swindon Town currently occupy the third automatic promotion spot after goals from Dan Kemp and Jake Cain helped them see off Grimsby Town 2-1, while Mansfield also remain unbeaten courtesy of their 1-1 draw at Gillingham.
Elsewhere, pre-season title favourites Wrexham are just outside the top seven after drawing 3-3 with Crewe despite having 10 men for almost an hour, with Crewe currently occupying the final playoff spot.
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