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League One Betting Review – 26 March 2006

Southend forgot about Hartlepool 3-0 to go eight focuses clear at the head of League One. Imprint Gower got inside a moment while two Fredy Eastwood objectives on 51 and 71 fixed a simple success for the 4/6 Shrimpers.

Huddersfield stay in runner up regardless of just dealing with a draw at mid-table Port Vale. The 7/4 Valiants started to lead the pack following 59 minutes through Michael Cummins yet veteran striker Andy Booth earned the Terriers a point nine minutes before the end.

The wheels might be รีวิวสินค้าไอทีfalling off Brentford’s programmed advancement crusade as they drooped to a third progressive annihilation. The Bees were chances on at 8/11 to see off their mid-table adversaries yet Sean Thornton got the champ for 4/1 outcasts Rovers at the top of the hour.

Swansea’s advancement push likewise accepting a misfortune as they lost 1-0 at battling Gillingham. The 9/5 Gills took each of the three focuses when Darren Byfield terminated in a punishment nine minutes into the subsequent half.

Colchester likewise passed up a spot in the best two subsequent to drawing 0-0 at Scunthorpe. Substitute Billy Clark thought he had won it late on for the 9/5 U’s nevertheless an aide’s raised banner stopped the guests’ festivals. Barnsley were likewise held to a goalless draw at Bournemouth and furthermore had an objective refused.

Oldham moved level on focuses with Barnsley as they cleared aside strugglers Blackpool at Boundary Park. Keith Southern gave the 9/2 Tangerines the lead on 42 however a Luke Beckett cap stunt (45, 55 and 86 pen) kept the 8/13 Latics play-off expectations alive.

Desperate Rotherham, spared from annihilation on Thursday, moved out of transfer with a 3-1 win against Bristol City. Jonathan Forte opened the scoring for the 13/8 Millers on 27 and Paul Shaw multiplied the preferred position on 39. Specialty indented his second of the game two minutes into the second half before Cole Skuse scored a comfort for City on 80.

Swindon gave themselves a battling possibility of endurance with a 2-0 triumph over blurring Chesterfield. The Robins, accessible at 11/8 preceding commencement, started to lead the pack through Jamie Cureton following 53 minutes and the previous QPR striker got a second in stoppage time.

Bradford retaliated from two objectives down to push Walsall closer to the transfer zone. Kevin James on 17 and Chris Westwood 20 minutes after the fact gave the 11/10 Saddlers the ideal beginning yet Mark Bower on the stroke of half-time and David Wetherall four minutes after the break earned a 9/4 draw.