League One Betting Review – 1 May 2006

Southend affirmed their advancement to the Championship in the wake of gaining the point they required in the 2-2 draw at Swansea. The Shrimpers twice fell behind to Rory Fallon objectives on 19 and 34 yet adjusted on the two events through driving goalscorer Fredy Eastwood following 28 and 63 minutes. The 12/5 draw implies Steve Tilson’s are four focuses above third positioned Brentford with one game to play.

Colchester are near the precarious edge of programmed advancement subsequent to beating assignment undermined Rotherham 2-0, their third progressive triumph. An own objective fromเว็บไซต์ดูราคาบอล Shaun Barker following 29 minutes and Mark Yeates on 53 made sure about a 8/15 home win.

Brentford were baffled by Hartlepool as the different sides drew 1-1 at Griffin Park. Kevin O’Connor put the Bees in shaft position six minutes before the end however Michael Nelson set-up a 14/5 draw with a physical issue time equalizer.

Huddersfield’s expectations of programmed advancement were finished as they lost 2-1 at home to Yeovil. David Graham put the Terriers in front following eight minutes however Phil Jevons guaranteed an impossible 41/10 win with a punishment on 66 and winning objective following 72 minutes.

Draw experts Barnsley recorded their eighth impasse in their last 11 games with a goalless draw against Bradford. Keen punters will have anxiously gobbled up the 11/4 on offer.

Nottingham orest’s late offer for a play-off spot will be settled on the last day of the period after they were held 1-1 at home to Bournemouth at 3/1 chances. Steve Fletcher gave the Cherries the lead following 48 minutes however Nathan Tyson leveled on 56.

Doncaster kept their external odds of grabbing the last play-off compartment bursting at the seams with a 1-0 win against Oldham. James Coppinger struck the definitive objective for 11/10 Rovers following 66 minutes.

Bristol City’s expectations of arriving at the end of the season games finished as they drew 1-1 with nearby adversaries Swindon, an outcome which consigned Iffy Onoura’s side. Previous City winger Aaron Brown gave Swindon the lead four minutes into the subsequent half however David Cotterill leveled on 68 to set-up a 10/3 draw.

Milton Keynes Dons endurance fight will be chosen the last match of the period as they ran 2-1 into Tranmere. David Partridge headed into his own net following 87 minutes to give Rovers the lead however Izale McLeod adjusted on 90. With the match heading for a draw Delroy Facey struck a 23/10 victor late in stoppage time.

Consigned Walsall earned administrator Mark Kinsella triumph in his first match in control against Gillingham. Veteran striker Steve Claridge got the conclusive objective for the 9/2 Saddlers following 56 minutes.

Somewhere else, Scunthorpe grabbed a last-wheeze victor against Blackpool with Billy Sharp scoring the champ in injury time for the 8/5 Iron.

Port Vale originated from an objective down to decidedly beat Chesterfield 3-1 at Vale Park. Jamie O’Hara gave the Spireites a third moment lead yet George Pilkington leveled two minutes after the fact. Pilkington put the Valiants ahead following 15 minutes and Michael Cummins fixed a 11/10 home win with nine m