League Two Betting Review – 1 May 2006

Northampton followed Carlisle into League One in the wake of beating Chester 1-0. Scott McGleish scored the triumphant objective for the 6/10 Cobblers following 26 minutes, his 24th objective of the mission. The success saw Northampton five focuses away from fourth-set Grimsby Town with one match left to play.

Leyton Orient played for 70 minutes with 10 men, yet observed off Peterborough to keep their expectations of programmed advancement alive. Matt Lockwood gave the 4/5 O’s the lead from the punishment spot following 15 minutes before Paul Connor saw red on 21.เว็บไซต์ดูราคาบอล Situate proceeded following 70 minutes through Wayne Corden before Lloyd Opara pulled one back for Posh five minutes before the end.

Grimsby’s expectations of programmed advancement were imprinted as they could just deal with a 12/5 draw at Macclesfield. Gary Jones gave the Mariners the lead following 40 minutes however Marcus Richardson evened out three minutes after the fact for the Silkmen.

Rushden and Diamonds turned into the principal group in League Two to have their transfer affirmed as they lost 2-0 at Boston. Lawrie Dudfield broke the halt with a moment to go and Danny Thomas made sure about triumph for the 6/5 Pilgrims every moment later.

Torquay supported their odds of getting away from the drop with a far-fetched triumph at Carlisle, denying the Cumbrians the opportunity to secure the League Two title. Kevin Hill gave Ian Atkins’ side an eighth moment lead and Jo Kuffour multiplied the 5/1 Seagulls’ lead on 41. Zigor Aranalde pulled one back for Carlisle three minutes after the break yet Torquay held out to win.

Oxford slipped into the last two after a draw at Wrexham. Matt Crowell gave the Dragons the lead following 28 minutes yet Tcham N’Toya leveled from the punishment spot on 64 to set up a 5/2 draw.

Cheltenham promised themselves a spot in the end of the season games following a 2-0 triumph over Notts County. Steve Guinan gave the 8/15 Robins the lead following three minutes and Ashley Vincent adjusted the success with a second on 82.