League One Betting Review – 23 April 2006

Southend’s advancement festivities were delayed after they slipped to a 1-0 home destruction against Doncaster. The Shrimpers required a success to book a spot in the Championship next season however James Coppinger ruined the gathering a moment after the split to set up an unforeseen 5/1 away win. 

Colchester crawled into the programmed advancement spot subsequent to beating Bournemouth 2-1, their first away success since January. Liam Chilvers put the U’s ahead following five minutes yet Stephen Cooke reestablished equality three minutes after the fact. On credit Scott Vernon’s initial objective for the club six minutes into the subsequent half made sure about a 7/5 win. The outcome likewise ensures Phil Parkinson’s side เว็บไซต์ดูราคาบอลa play-off spot. 

Brentford additionally affirmed their place in the end of the season games and left Swindon in an unstable situation after a 3-1 win at the County Ground. Paul Brooker drew first blood for the 13/10 Bees following 27 minutes and Marcus Gayle included a second 39. Aaron Brown pulled an objective back for the Robins following 70 minutes yet Callum Willock ensured the focuses five minutes after the fact.

Huddersfield were another side which delighted in a 3-1 away win, yet the outcome sent rivals Walsall smashing out of League One. David Graham gave the Terriers the lead following 25 minutes and Pawel Abbott got a second with seven minutes remaining. Michael Leary gave the Saddlers trust in stoppage time, however Andy Booth late on affirmed a 11/8 win and assignment for Walsall. 

Barnsley clung on to their situation in the end of the season games with a 1-1 draw at Blackpool. Keigan Parker gave the Tangerines the lead following 21 minutes yet Brian Howard guaranteed a portion of the riches on 53 at 12/5. 

Swansea edged go into the play-off spots with a 1-1 draw at Oldham. Luke Beckett gave the Latics the lead on the hour from the punishment spot however Kris O’Leary leveled for the Swans eight minutes after the fact for a 12/5 draw. 

Nottingham Forest’s run of six successive successes went to a sensational stop as transfer compromised Hartlepool beat them 3-2. Nathan Tyson gave Forest the lead following 15 minutes yet Joel Porter evened out on 32. Two quickfire objectives from Michael Nelson on 59 and Michael Proctor on the hour made sure about a valuable 9/4 win before Kris Commons gave Forest expectation on 67. 

MK Dons kept their expectations of League One endurance bursting at the seams with a last-pant triumph at Chesterfield. Clive Platt gave the Dons the lead following 13 minutes yet Colin Larkin leveled five minutes after the break. With four minutes remaining, Gareth Edds struck the victor to seal a fourth progressive success, this time at chances of 7/4.