Championship Betting Review – 19 March 2006

Perusing could be elevated to the Premiership inside days in spite of being held to a 1-1 draw against play-off pursuing Wolves. Bobby Convey gave Reading the lead following 23 minutes yet draw experts Wolves leveled through Kenny Miller on 64 to win keen punters a triumphant 13/5 wager.

Stammering Sheffield United stay second in the table despite the fact that Norwich sentenced them to a third thrashing in four games at Carrow Road. Chris Armstrong gave the 8/5 Blades the lead following 17 minutes yet Leon McKenzie leveled on 33 and Robert Earnshaw’s objective not long before the break guaranteed a 6/4 home win.

Programmed วิเคราะห์บอลadvancement pursuing Leeds could just draw 1-1 draw at resurgent Coventry. Gary McSheffrey gave the Sky Blues a 26th moment lead yet David Healy struck a punishment a little ways from time to seal a 9/4 draw.

Ten-man Ipswich earned a fighting point against play-off hopefuls Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. Aki Riihilahti gave the 8/11 Eagles the lead following 10 minutes however a Tom Soares own objective on 30 set Ipswich back in the game. Clinton Morrison reestablished Palace’s lead eight minutes into the subsequent half yet Riccardo Fuller made sure about a 12/5 draw on 67.

Preston North End’s 2-0 thrashing at Sheffield Wednesday implied none of the best six sides in the Championship won this end of the week. Deon Burton’s opener following 38 minutes and Burton O’Brien’s first objective for the club six minutes after the break supported the 2/1 Owl’s odds of evading transfer.

Cardiff kept their play-off possibilities buzzing with a tight success at Plymouth. Steven Thompson struck the victor nine minutes before the break for the 19/10 Bluebirds who succeeded at Home Park without precedent for six endeavors.

Frame kept Crewe at the foot of the Championship with a 1-0 win at the Kingston Communications Stadium. In spite of their own dubious position, the Tigers were as short as 4/5 on the day yet Stuart Green’s objective following 16 minutes end up being the champ.

Millwall are presently five focuses hapless from wellbeing in the wake of losing 1-0 at home to Leicester. Stephen Hughes struck the unequivocal objective following 31 minutes for the 17/10 Foxes and despite the fact that Millwall commanded the subsequent half, they couldn’t catch up their prevalence with an objective.

Second-from-base Brighton and Hove Albion earned a far-fetched draw at QPR. Gareth Ainsworth gave the 8/11 Hoops the lead following 13 minutes yet a Marcus Bignot own objective 10 minutes before the end gave Brighton a point