League One Betting Review – 13 February 2006

Southend United supplanted Colchester at the head of League One with a normal success over battling Rotherham United on Friday night. Huge hitters will have savored the 1/2 on offer for the Shrimpers and they didn’t frustrate with objectives from Shaun Goater and Fredy Eastwood.

Previous pioneers Colchester United lost ground and saw their club record run of 10 progressive triumphs end as they were beaten at Huddersfield Town. A diverted shot from Jon Worthington following 14 minutes and a brief objective for David Graham fixed triumph for the 6/4 advancement pursuing Terriers.

Swansea City รีวิวสินค้าไอทีearned their second success in succession at Nottingham Forest to keep the weight on the programmed advancement places. The Swans ongoing helpless structure implied they were as extensive as 2/1 however objectives from Adrian Forbes and Lee Trundle counterbalanced Nathan Tyson’s initial objective for Forest.

Brentford climbed to fourth place by recording a fourth progressive success to the detriment of Bristol City. Lloyd Owusu’s objective a little ways from time earned triumph at 9/5 for the Bees.

Both Southend United at 11/4 and Cochester United are 11/4 joint top choices to win League One by and large. Brentford, who have games close by over both Colchester and Swansea City are accessible at 7/2 while coming back to frame Swansea are 11/2 outcasts.

Chesterfield saw their run of 10 matches unbeaten end on Friday night against Hartlepool United who helped their own odds of endurance. Substitute Matty Robson got the unequivocal objective following 65 minutes to gain an invite 6/4 and see the Monkey Hangers move to seventeenth in the table.

A very late equalizer from Sean O’Hanlon guaranteed assignment strugglers Swindon Town stayed unbeaten in three matches. Senior member Windass hoped to have allowed Bradford City a 20/21 win with an objective a short ways from time until O’Hanlon gestured in at the passing.

Base club MK Dons gave themselves a battling possibility of endurance with a 3-0 win over Blackpool. Two objectives from Izale McLeod and previous Tangerines frontman Scott Taylor gave the 6/4 Dons an indispensable three focuses.