League Two Betting Review – 29 The month of january 2006

League Two Betting Review – 29 The month of january 2006

Wycombe Wanderers continued to be surface of League Two despite a coupon busting performance by neglecting to beat Stock port County. For only controlling a draw at Barnet a week ago, the sports books listed Wycombe in a best cost of twoOr5 to determine off Stock port that had won away just two times all season.

However, midfielder Matthew Hamshaw gave Stock port a surprise 38 minute lead at Adams Park. The Hatters almost held on to have an unlikely 6/1 victory until striker Ian Stone bridge struck an equaliser with about a minute remaining. Stock port are actually unbeaten in four matches.

Grimsby Town remain in third despite sliding to some home defeat against Peterborough U . s ., their 4th game without victory. Michael Reddy gave the fiveOr6 home favourites the right begin in the 29 minute although Peter Gain levelled terms for Peterborough very quickly. Mark Wright’s side found a champion through Danny Crow to close victory at 3/1 and edged them right into a play off place.

Second placed Carlisle U . s . wasted an chance to visit the surface of the league on Sunday, slouching to some 3- defeat at Macclesfield. Two goals within the opening ten minutes assisted seal a 9/5 victory for that Silkmen.

Northampton were one for reds that composed ground on top three having a 2- win at Bury. An own goal from Andy Parrish and Andy Kirk’s ninth goal of year wrapped the complement for that 6/5 Cobblers by half-time.

Rushden & Diamonds gave their survival hopes a fighting chance having a 3- victory over Oxford U . s .. Three goals within the opening 22 minutes levelled 6/4 Rushden on points with Stockport.

With Rushden and Stockport obtaining points, Torquay’s win at Shrewsbury stored their heads just above water. Striker Paul Robinson’s first goal since November made certain 10/3 outsiders Torquay remain some point obvious from the drop zone.

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