Port Vale climbed to the top of League Two after beating previous leaders Gillingham 2-1 at Preistfield on Saturday afternoon.
Tom Pope opened the scoring early on with his 24th league goal of the season before debutant Lee Hughes doubled the visitors’ advantage on 20 minutes.
Danny Kedwell pulled one back for the hosts a minute later but Micky Adams men held on for what could prove a vital three points in the title race.
The Valiants are now priced at 2/1 to win the division while the Gills, who have a game in hand, are at 6/5, with the pair odds-on at 1/5 and 1/7 respectively to be promoted by any means.
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Meanwhile, Rotherham United are also odds-on to be playing League One football next season, though they fell out of the automatic promotion places following a 2-0 home defeat to Barnet.
You can back the Millers at 4/5, ahead of Cheltenham Town, who, like Steve Evans’ men, have 43 points from 26 games and are a 7/4 shot.
Exeter City rose to third place after an impressive 3-0 victory over Southend United and are now 7/2 for promotion, while the Shrimpers, who remain in a play-off position despite that defeat, are available at 3/1.
Burton Albion are 8/1 following their 2-1 victory over Torquay United, a result that saw them rise four places to sixth.
Fleetwood Town and Bradford City are both available at 4/1 having both dropped one place following home defeats to bottom-of-the-table Bristol Rovers and 12th-placed Oxford United respectively.
Chesterfield beat Northampton Town 3-0 at the Proact Stadium and the pair are now tied on 39 points, just one off the play-offs.
Paul Cook’s side are 7/1 to return to League One after a year’s absence, while Aidy Boothroyd’s men are 6/1, having played a game less than the four teams above them.