Championship Betting Review – 23 April 2006

Perusing’s quest for the Championship focuses record will be settled on the last game after Sheffield Wednesday held them to a 1-1 draw. Dave Kitson gave the Royals the lead nine minutes before the break yet Steve MacLean evened out from the punishment spot on 59. The 9/4 draw takes Reading’s focuses count to 103, two short of Sunderland’s record.

As of now advanced Sheffield United likewise recorded a 1-1 away draw at Luton. Ahmet Brkovic gave the home side the lead following 72 minutes however Michael Tonge’s equalizer เว็บไซต์ดูราคาบอลin injury time set up a 9/4 draw.

Watford extended QPR’s winless streak to 10 matches as they won 2-1 at Loftus Road and guaranteed they would play their home leg in the end of the season games second. Marc Nygaard gave the Hoops the lead by means of a punishment on 39 however Ashley Young evened out three minutes after the fact. The 6/4 Hornets made sure about triumph a little ways from time when Georges Santos put the ball into his own net.

Leeds recorded their first success in quite a while to the detriment of consigned Crewe. David Healy struck the definitive objective for 6/10 United following 74 minutes.

An objective two minutes before half-time denied Preston every one of the three focuses at Hull. Simon Whaley gave North End the lead following 33 minutes however an own objective from chief Youl Mawene 10 minutes after the fact made sure about a 9/4 draw.

Precious stone Palace dominated their first game in quite a while against mid-table Southampton. Andy Johnson gave the 9/10 Eagles the lead following 63 minutes however Ricardo Fuller adjusted for the Saints six minutes after the fact. Substitute Clinton Morrison ensured a home success with nine minutes remaining.

A Kenny Miller punishment following 31 minutes made sure about a 7/10 win for Wolves against consigned Brighton. Nonetheless, the outcome was dominated by a despondent Molineux swarm who recited “calamity”, “Hoddle out” and “sack the board” all through the match.

Robert Earnshaw came back to Ninian Park and struck the champ for 11/5 Norwich as they beat Cardiff 1-0. Grains universal striker Earnshaw, who went through seven years with the Bluebirds, struck the definitive objective following 16 minutes.

Ipswich finished an eight-coordinate winless streak with a 2-0 triumph against Derby. Scratch Forster gave the 6/5 Tractor Boys the lead a moment after the break and Darren Currie ensured the focuses on 65.