League One Betting Review – 2 April 2006

Huddersfield Town stayed immovably in the chase of a League One programmed advancement place with a champ against nearby adversaries Barnsley. Gary Taylor-Fletcher scored the unequivocal objective 10 minutes into the second-half to keep the 10/11 Terriers on course.

Head of-the-table Southend United were held to a 1-1 draw at battling Bournemouth who moved four focuses away from assignment. Fredy Eastwood, League One’s player of the month for March, scored his 21st objective of the period following 20 minutes however รีวิวสินค้าไอทีJames Hayter rescued a 23/10 draw with eight minutes reaining.

Brentford stayed in runner up after a 1-1 draw at play-off hopefuls Colchester United. Jay Tabb opened the scoring for Brentford following six minutes yet top scorer Chris Iwulemo evened out on 31 to gain a 9/4 draw.

A dubious punishment from Luke Beckett’s earned play-off competitors Oldham Athletic a significant point at transfer undermined Hartlepool United. The Monkey Hangers started to lead the pack through Lee Bullock following nine minutes yet Oldham were given a help when Bullock was decided to have dealt with in the crate and Beckett scored from the spot on the stroke of half-time. One more draw, this time at chances of 11/5.

In-structure Nottingham Forest made up ground on the play-off pack with a persuading 3-1 triumph at Chesterfield. Ian Breckin gave 6/4 Forest the lead following 19 minutes and Nathan Tyson multiplied the preferred position on 29. Phil Picken pulled one back for the Spireites on 33 yet John Thompson caused a fifth consecutive thrashing on the home side a short ways from time.

Rotherham United additionally stay in the last four in the wake of smashing 3-1 at Doncaster Rovers. Neil Roberts and Sean Thornton put Rovers 2-0 ahead inside 10 minutes before Jonathan Forte pulled one back on 15. Lewis Guy kept 4/5 Doncaster’s thin play-off expectations buzzing with a third objective following 21 minutes.

Base club MK Dons gave adversaries Gillingham a panic when Gary Smith changed over a punishment five minutes before the break. In any case, two objectives in the same number of minutes from Darren Byfield on 59 and Tommy Black on 61 guaranteed a 9/5 away triumph.

Somewhere else, Dean Windass commended his 37th birthday celebration and his first game back after a five-coordinate boycott with a cap stunt against mid-table Scunthorpe United. Windass opened the scoring following seven minutes for the 6/5 Bantams yet individual old-stager Peter Beagrie leveled from the punishment spot six minutes after the fact. Richard Hinds put the Iron in front on 29 preceding Windass scored either side of a Mark Bridge-Wilkinson objective in the subsequent half.