League One Betting Review – 19 March 2006

Swansea finished a run of five draw and cut the hole on second-put Brentford to only one point subsequent to beating the Bees at the Liberty Stadium. Adebayo Akinfenwa gave the Swans the lead following 20 minutes however Andrew Frampton leveled for the guests 10 minutes after the fact. Any Robinson got the champ a short ways from time for the 11/8 Swans to keep their programmed advancemet trusts alive.

Huddersfield joined Brentford on 64 focuses subsequent to pounding Rotherham United 4-1 at the วิเคราะห์บอลMcAlpine Stadium. On-credit Jonathan Forte gave the 9/2 Millers a fantasy start following 13 minutes yet a cap stunt of headers from Andy Booth and a fourth from Gary Taylor-Fletcher a short ways from time fixed a simple success for the 6/10 Terriers.

Pioneers Southend endured a far-fetched rout at absolute bottom MK Dons. It looked the same old thing for the even cash (Ladbrokes) Shrimpers as veteran striker Shaun Goater broke the gridlock following 13 minutes yet Gary Smith leveled three minutes after the fact with a 30 yard wonder strike. Scott Taylor finished the fightback with 12 minutes to go for the 14/5 Dons.

Colchester finished their eight match winless run and kept their play-off aspirations on target to the detriment of transfer compromised Swindon. A punishment from Chris Iwulemo following 14 minutes was sufficient to make sure about greatest focuses for 6/10 United.

Barnsley involve the last play-off spot after a 1-1 draw at battling Hartlepool. Joel Poter gave the Monkey Hangers the lead following nine minutes yet Anthony Kay leveled nine minutes before the split to set up a 9/4 draw.

Oldham are only two focuses away from the end of the season games after their 4-1 destruction of Bradford at Valley Parade. Paul Warne and Luke Beckett gave the 17/10 Latics a 2-0 lead following 17 minutes and Richard Butcher included a third nine minutes before half time. Aaron Wilbrahim pulled one back for the Bantams five minutes after the break however Beckett included a fourth 82.

Forthright Barlow stretched out Notingham Forest’s unbeaten rush to five games with a 2-1 win at Doncaster. Kris Commons on 25 and Grant Holt two minutes after the break put 11/5 Forest in the driving seat efore a James Coppinger punishment a little ways from the end gave Rovers trust.

Bristol City rose easily to mid-table in the wake of battering fourth-from-base Gillingham 6-0 at Ashton Gate. At even cash, the Robins were the smartest choice of the day as objectives from Steven Brooker, Louis Carey and Cole Skuse before the break were trailed via Carey’s second, Luke Wilkshire and Mark McCammon in the subsequent half.