League One Betting Review – 22 January 2006

Alliance One has another pioneer in Colchester United who are currently top choices at 4/1. The U’s kept up their fine home structure at chances of 4/6 yet required two objectives from Richard Garcia to counteract a Michael Husbands punishment for Port Vale.

Swansea City were completely expected, at 8/13 to beat Hartlepool United who are confronting a sensible danger of transfer this season. Amusingly, Welshman Eifion Williams got an hour and a half equalizer for Hartlepool and Swansea are currently second top picks to win the division at 9/2.

Southend United were 7madditionally blameworthy of underachieving against all the more humble resistance. The Shrimpers were 8/5 top choices to win away at mid-table Tranmere yet could just deal with a goalless draw, an outcome which stretched out their unbeaten rush to 10 matches.

Two other advancement hopefuls, Brentford and Huddersfield Town, met at Griffin Park. The Bees, at 6/5 top picks, didn’t baffle the home group with a 2-0 win.

Chances on Barnsley were 8/13 beneficial things against base club Milton Keynes Dons and two late objectives kept the Tykes in the play-off blend.

Underachieving Nottingham Forest saw their play-off expectations marked much further with a 1-1 draw at base three club Rotherham United.

Draw masters Chesterfield made a joke of liberal draw chances of 12/5 when they chalked up their eleventh impasse of the period, 2-2 against Walsall.

Swindon Town gave their endurance risks a lift with a wonderful 4-2 win against Bournemouth. The two sides could be supported at 6/4 preceding commencement, yet it was the home side that vanquished, with the Robins now only one point from security.

A 1-1 draw helped neither Bristol City nor Blackpool in their fight against transfer. Punters insightful enough to acknowledge matches including two battling groups will in general end everything square could have sponsored the draw at chances of 9/4.