League One Betting Review – 9 April 2006

Southend originated from an objective behind to extend their lead at the head of League One to eight focuses with a 2-1 win over battling Blackpool. Gareth Williams gave the Tangerines the lead following 32 minutes however Fredy Eastwood balanced at the top of the hour. Luke Guttridge struck the victor for the 8/15 Shrimpers a short ways from the end.

Brentford stay second notwithstanding being held to a 1-1 draw by Bradford and have won only once in their last six. Michael Symes gave the Bantams the lead on 36 yet Lloyd Owusu drew the Bees level two minutes before the split to set up a 13/5 draw.

Huddersfield squandered the opportunity to enter the programmed advancement places in the wake รีวิวรองเท้ากีฬาof slipping 2-0 at Gillingham. Gary Mulligan put the 13/8 Gills in front following four minutes and Matt Jarvis fixed triumph in stoppage time.

Nottingham Forest proceeded with their walk toward a play-off spot with a blessed 1-0 win over Colchester. James Perch scored the conclusive objective on 72 which saw even cash Forest increase 20 focuses from the last 24 accessible to them.

Swansea lost further ground on the programmed advancement puts subsequent to drooping to a 3-2 thrashing at Port Vale. Sam Togwell gave the 13/8 Valliants the lead two minutes before the break however Adebayo Akinfenwa leveled on 47. Michael Cummins on 58 and Leon Constantine following 63 minutes made sure about a crucial home success before Rory Fallon got an encouragement a little ways from full-time.

Cellar club Milton Keyes Dons have a thin any expectation of endurance subsequent to beating play-off hopefuls Oldham at Boundary Park. Luke Beckett gave the Latics a normal lead following 28 minutes however Izale McLeod struck twice in the same number of minutes on 40 and 41 to seal an improbable 11/2 away win.

Two objectives in a short time fixed a valuable triumph for Rotherham against Tranmere to move them out of the transfer zone. Martin Butler on 73 and Paul Shaw on 78 was sufficient to gain a 7/5 win at Millmoor.

Different sides in grave peril – Swindon and Hartlepool drew 1-1 at the County Ground – an outcome the two sides could have managed without. Ritchie Humphreys gave the Monkey Hangers the lead following 31 minutes yet Lee Peacock nine minutes after the break earned the Robins a portion of the focuses at 9/4.