LV BET celebrates Vanarama National League’s return

LV BET CEO Adrian Sidowski has celebrated the return of the Vanarama National League with the competition’s play-offs set to commence today.

As the National League’s official betting partner, the firm has announced that it will continue to provide content, previews and odds for all of the competition’s remaining matches enhancing its fan engagement opportunities since fans cannot physically go to the games.

Due to the global health pandemic the National League has opted for a points-per-game regular season conclusion to decide the six playoff contenders for possible promotion to League Two. Boreham Wood, FC Halifax Town, Yeovil Town, Barnet, Harrogate Town and Notts County will all be fighting for a place in the EFL with the competition concluding on 2nd August at Wembley.

Sidowski commented: “After the League was stopped in the middle of March we were unsure whether we would see another ball kicked in the National League this season. To have the play-offs starting this weekend and the Final at Wembley is testament to our partners at the National League. We will be sharing content with fans, getting them closer to the action, as they can’t be at the matches themselves and providing them with the best previews and odds on all the matches.” 

BT Sport will be showing all the five matches from Vanarama National League live on TV. However, streaming will be available on all the Vanarama North and South matches as the Non-league season reaches its conclusion. LV BET has also confirmed that the firm will also have a ‘branding presence’ throughout the Vanarama North and South.

In terms of which side LV BET odds, Harrogate are 7/4 favourites to win promotion from National League. Additionally, York City 8/5 and Havant & Waterloovile 7/4 are favourites to gain promotion from their respective divisions.

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