League Two Betting Review – 8 May 2006
Leyton Orient got programmed advancement in the latest possible time however consigned Oxford to the Conference all the while. Eric Sabin gave Oxford the lead following 14 minutes yet Clint Easton adjusted two minutes after the fact. Gary Alexander edged the O’s in front on 64 however again the lead didn’t last as Chris Wilmott leveled inside two minutes. With the match heading for a draw, Lee Steele struck in injury time for 6/5 Orient to win them programmed advancement without precedent for a very long time. Visit :- เว็บบอล ฟีฟ่า55
Grimsby’s expectations of programmed advancement were broken in the third moment of injury time as they were held to a draw by as of now advanced Northampton. The Mariners expected to win or better the consequence of Leyton Orient to grab the third programmed advancement place and looked great to do so when Jean-Paul Kalala changed over a punishment following 75 minutes. In any case, with 20 seconds to go, Ryan Gilligan evened out to set up a 5/2 attract and dispatched Grimsby to the end of the season games.
Carlisle were affirmed as League Two bosses and Stockport evaded assignment as the two sides drew 0-0 at Edgley Park. Region’s Adam Griffin and Carlisle’s Glenn Murray both might have won it for one or the other side yet punter’s who anticipated a draw at 12/5 will have been grinning at full-time.
Torquay acquired the point they expected to maintain a strategic distance from the drop with a goalless draw against Boston. A round of not many possibilities for either side finished as a 5/2 impasse however saved the Seagull’s class status.
Cheltenham arranged for their play-off conflict with Wycombe by crushing five past Mansfield at Field Mill. Steve Gillespie opened the scoring following 34 minutes and Ashley Vincent struck a second on the stroke of half time. Award McCann scored on 50, David Bird changed over a punishment on 81 and Kayode Odejayi finished the defeat four minutes after the fact to make a joke of the 9/5 chances on offer.
Conflicting Wycombe finished Peterborough’s expectations of sneaking into the end of the season games with a 2-0 success at London Road. Jermaine Easter broke the stop following 15 minutes and Mike Williamson ensured with five minutes left for the 3/1 Chairboys.
Lincoln secured a play-off place for the fourth continuous season after a 1-1 draw with Rochdale. Gareth McAuley gave the Imps the lead following 72 minutes yet Rickie Lambert leveled two moment from time to set up a 14/5 draw.
Darlington passed up the end of the season games following their 1-1 draw with Wrexham. Danny Williams gave the Welshmen the lead following 31 minutes however Andy Cooke struck the 12/5 equalizer in stoppage time.