League One Betting Review – 26 February 2006

Huddersfield Town edged into the second programmed advancement spot in the wake of procuring a draw against individual advancement chasers Swansea City. Lee Trundle and Leon Britton terminated the Swans into a 2-0 lead considerably time before late objectives from Martin McIntosh and David Graham made sure about a draw at chances of 9/4.

Southend United botched the เว็บบอล opportunity to extend their lead at the head of League One as Walsall, under new manager Kevan Broadhurst, held them to a goalless draw. Shrimpers skipper Spencer Prior went off harmed following five minutes as the different sides played out a 11/4 impasse.

Following a weekend ago’s FA Cup charm tie against Chelsea, Colchester United were carried down to earth with a knock against Barnsley. Kids midfielder Brian Howard scored the main objective of the game following 72 minutes to seal a 13/10 home win.

Brentford endured an uncommon home destruction on account of 4/1 untouchables Port Vale. A long range exertion from Jeff Smith nine minutes before the break was sufficient to keep the Valiants thin play-off expectations alive.

Play-off hopefuls Oldham Athletic made sure about a restricted 20/21 win against Tranmere Rovers at Boundary Park. Richie Wellens struck the unequivocal objective 10 minutes before half time.

Nottingham Forest were the most secure wagered of the day by pulverizing Swindon Town 7-1 at the City Ground. Nicky Southall broke the stop for 8/11 Forest following three minutes before Wes Morgan and Iain Breckin included further objectives before the break. Southall finished his cap stunt with objectives following 51 and 55 minutes before Morgan and Lester finished the defeat. Trevor Benjamin gave the Robins some pride on 76.

Rotherham United’s endurance trusts got ugly as they slammed 4-0 at home against Chesterfield. Three objectives in a brief spell for Glynn Hurst not long before half time and David Niven and Mark Allott from the get-go in the subsequent period finished the Millers’ scaled down restoration. Jamie O’Hara included a fourth for the 9/5 Spireites a little ways from time.

Absolute bottom Milton Keynes Dons fixed a valuable triumph at 13/8 against guests Bradford City. Ben Harding opened the scoring for the Dons following 58 minutes however Steve Claridge finished a 17-coordinate desolate run six minutes after the fact. A last heave victor from Dean Lewington took the Dons to inside four focuses from security.