League Two Betting Review – 19 March 2006

Carlisle made sure about a fourth consecu tive success by pounding Darlington at the Williamson Motors Stadium. Kevin Gray broke the stop for the 7/5 Cumbrians on the stroke of half-time and further objectives from Derek Holmes (60), Michael Bridges (62), Glenn Murray (88) and Simon Grand (90) finished a fine away success. 

Grimsby moved into runner up with a fighting 2-1 triumph against third-from-base Bury. Gary Jones struck twice on 14 and 20 to give the 6/10 Mariners the lead however Jon Dalyรีวิวสินค้าไอที gave the Shakers trust at the top of the hour. 

Wycombe slipped to third in the wake of losing 1-0 at home to Torquay, an outcome which facilitated the Seagulls own apprehensions of assignment. Tony Bedeau struck the definitive objective following 57 minutes to blessing John Cornforth’s side a far-fetched 11/2 triumph. 

Northampton’s offered for programmed advancement was imprinted as Mansfield beat them 1-0 at Field Mill. The productive Richie Barker scored following 65 minutes to expand the 6/4 Stags unbeaten rush to eight matches. 

Peterborough sneaked out of the play-off spots subsequent to fighting back twice from behind in a 2-2 draw with Barnet. Veteran Andy Hessenthaler gave the Bees the lead following 10 minutes however Danny Crow leveled for Posh right off the bat in the subsequent half. Barry Fuller reestablished the guests lead on 70 yet Richard Logan leveled five minutes after the fact to set up a 13/5 impasse. 

Rushden and Diamonds gave their endurance trusts a lift with a limited 1-0 win against Leyton Orient. Drewe Broughton gave the triumphant objective following 16 minutes as the 2/1 Diamonds stretched out their unbeaten rush to four games and moved off the base of the table. 

Chester slipped to the foot of League Two as Cheltenham helped their play-off expectations with a 1-0 win at the Deva Stadium. The 7/5 Robins winning objective came only 90 seconds after commencement as Brian Wilson opened home. 

Lawrie Dudfield struck the champ four minutes into stoppage time as Boston beat derby rivals Lincoln at York Street. Julian Joachim gave the 6/4 Pilgrims the lead following 26 minutes, Marvin Robinson reestablished equality on 66 preceding Dudfield’s last heave winning objective. 

Transfer engaging Oxford earned a goalless draw at Notts County while Stockport County pulled away from the last two with a 2-0 win against individual strugglers Macclesfield. A Michael Briscoe own objective following 12 minutes and an exertion from Adam Le Fondre in injury time fixed a valuable triumph for the even cash Hatters.