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League Two Betting Review – 29 January 2006

Wycombe Wanderers stayed head of League Two notwithstanding a coupon busting execution by neglecting to beat Stockport County. After just dealing with a draw at Barnet a week ago, the bookies estimated Wycombe at a best cost of 2/5 to see off Stockport who had won away just twice all season.

Notwithstanding, midfielder Matthew Hamshaw gave Stockport a stun brief lead at Adams Park. The Hatters nearly held tight for a far-fetched 6/1 triumph until striker Ian Stonebridge hit an equalizer with one moment remaining. Stockport are currently unbeaten in four matches.

Grimsby Town remain 7min third in spite of slipping to a home annihilation against Peterborough United, their fourth game without triumph. Michael Reddy gave the 5/6 home top choices the ideal beginning in the 29 moment despite the fact that Peter Gain leveled terms for Peterborough in a split second. Imprint Wright’s side found a champ through Danny Crow to seal a success at 3/1 and edged them into a play off spot.

Second positioned Carlisle United squandered a chance to go head of the class on Sunday, drooping to a 3-0 thrashing at Macclesfield. Two objectives in the initial 10 minutes helped seal a 9/5 triumph for the Silkmen.

Northampton were one side that made up ground on the best three with a 2-0 win at Bury. An own objective from Andy Parrish and Andy Kirk’s ninth objective of the period wrapped the coordinate for the 6/5 Cobblers significantly time.

Rushden and Diamonds gave their endurance trusts a battling chance with a 3-0 triumph over Oxford United. Three objectives in the initial 22 minutes leveled 6/4 Rushden on focuses with Stockport.

With both Rushden and Stockport getting focuses, Torquay’s success at Shrewsbury kept their heads simply above water. Striker Paul Robinson’s first objective since November guaranteed 10/3 untouchables Torquay stay one point away from the drop zone.