Championship Betting Review – 26 February 2006

Perusing finished Preston North End’s 22-coordinate unbeaten run at the Madjeski Stadium. Steve Sidwell opened the scoring for the 7/10 Royals following six minutes yet Calum Davidson balanced very quickly. Leory Lita got the triumphant objective for Stev Coppell’s side on the stroke of half time. 

Sheffield United lost ground on Reading in the wake of losing 3-2 at Brammall Lane to Queens Park Rangers.รีวิวรองเท้ากีฬา Marc Nygaard gave the Hoops a 6th moment lead yet the 1/2 lead 2-1 through Ade Akinbiyi on 21 and a Marc Bircham own objective eight minutes after the fact. In any case, 5/1 pariahs Rangers leveled through a Chris Morgan own objective following 54 minutes and finished an improbable success when veteran Paul Furlong got the third with 15 minutes left. 

Watford edged nearer to the second positioned Blades with a late champ against Cardiff City. The 4/5 Hornets broke the halt following 69 minutes through Malky Mackay however Jeff Whitley leveled for the Bluebirds on 77. A Riccy Scimeca goof permitted top goalscorer Marlon King to net the victor with two minutes left. 

Gary Kelly turned out to be just the tenth part in Leeds’ history to show up for the club as 8/11 United sunk Luton Town at Elland Road. Two objectives in four second half minutes from Jonathon Douglas and Eddie Lewis put Leeds in the driving seat before Steve Howard pulled one back with seven minutes remaining. 

Precious stone Palace pounded Norwich City 4-1 as they kept up their fifth set position. Andrew Johnson and Ben Watson gave the 5/6 Eagles a half time lead before Clinton Morrison and Fitz Hall heaped more wretchedness on Nigel Worthington’s side. A Darren Ward own objective a little ways from time was the main relief for the Canaries. 

In the fight at the base, absolute bottom Crewe Alexandra finished a 17-coordinate winless run against second-from-base Brighton and Hove Albion. Colin Kazim-Richards gave the guests the lead following 11 minutes however the Alex returned through Lee Bell and Stephen Foster to succeed at 13/10 chances. 

Stir City managed a significant hit to Millwall’s endurance trusts with a 2-1 win at the Britannia Stadium. Ben May gave the 3/1 Lions and improbable lead following eight minutes however a Carl Hoefkens punishment seven minutes after the fact reestablished equality. Paul Gallagher’s objective following 57 minutes guaranteed a home success at chances of 9/10.