League Two Betting Review – 6 March 2006

Leyton Orient neglected to exploit a large group of groups not playing this end of the week however moved to inside one purpose of a programmed advancement place. The O’s let a two objective lead slip at Shrewsbury Town to draw the match 3-3.

A 30-yard free kick from Matt Lockwood and a low strike by Paul Connor put Orient had put 6/4 Orient 2-0 up following 26 minutes. The Shrews hit back with three objectives shortly to lead at the advancement Mark Stallard after 39, Dave Edwards on 41 and Sagi Burton on the stroke of half-time. Adam Tann leveled matters for the guests two minutes into the subsequent half.

Wycombe Wanderers รีวิวสินค้าไอทีbotched a sublime chance to expel Carlisle United from the head of the table when they slipped 2-1 at Cheltenham Town. Roger Johnson gave the 8/5 Chairboys the lead following 16 minutes however Gavin Caines adjusted on 72. Wycombe’s Kevin Betsy was sent off for foul and damaging language two minutes after the fact and the 6/4 play-off pursuing Robins struck a sensational physical issue tme champ through Steven Gillespie.

A 1-1 draw did neither assignment strugglers Rushden and Diamonds or advancement hopefuls Grimsby Town at Nene Park. Ben Futcher headed the 13/10 Mariners in front on the hour yet youngster Simeon Jackson hit back for base however one set Diamonds following 72 minutes.

Stockport County avoid the last two on objective distinction in spite of losing 2-0 at Peteborough United. Senior member Holden broke the halt for 7/10 Posh following 70 minutes while Ryan Semple included a second a little ways from time to keep the club in the play-off zone.

Wrexham originated from two objectives behind to take a point at Barnet, themselves investigating their shoulders at the assignment hidden entrance. Jason Norville and Tresor Kandol gave the 8/5 Bees a two objective pad following 37 minutes before Mark Jones gave the North Wales outfit a help one moment before the break. Matt Derbyshire got the balanced six minutes into the subsequent half.