Walker’s Word – Premier League Betting Preview 14/16 April 2006

  • March 24, 2021

Carlisle kept up their situation at the highest point of League Two with a late meeting against Boston. Chris Lumsdon and Karl Hawley put the 6/10 Cumbrians 2-0 ahead inside 20 minutes yet a Chris Billy own objective on 63 set Boston back in the game. Simon Hackney reestablished the two objective benefit on 75 yet Simon Rusk set up a strained get done with six minutes left on the clock. Hackney got his second in physical issue time to get a 4-2 triumph for Paul Simpson’s side. Visit :- แทงบอลได้กำไร

Grimsby stay in the programmed advancement places notwithstanding an embarrassing 5-0 whipping at play-off hopefuls Lincoln. The 6/4 were the most secure wagered of the day as Luke Foster, Jamie Forrester, Paul Mayo and Marvin Robinson gave them a 4-0 lead at the break and Lee Beevers added a fifth a short ways from time. 

Northampton put their advancement push in the groove again with a 2-0 triumph over Notts County. The 15/20 Cobblers broke the gridlock through Jason Lee six minutes before the break and Josh Low scored a second profound into stoppage time. 

Leyton Orient moved above individual advancement chasers Wycombe Wanderers with a 1-0 triumph at Brisbane Road. Paul Connor’s objective following six minutes was sufficient to seal triumph at chances of 5/4. 

Cheltenham Town reinforced their case for a play-off billet yet added to Rushden and Diamonds’ assignment troubles with a 3-1 success at Whaddon Road. John Melligan, Brian Wilson and John Finnigan wrapped up a 4/6 win 33 minutes into the match. 

Jim Smith got off to a triumphant beginning as chief of Oxford United and gouged Peterborough’s expectations of a play-off place. On credit Tcham N’Toya scored on his introduction following 67 minutes to get a 6/4 win at the Kassam Stadium. 

Bristol Rovers scored two speedy fire objectives against Mansfield Town to set up a 5/4 win at the Memorial Stadium. Sammy Igoe on 14 and Richard Walker three minutes after the fact finished the Stags eight-match unbeaten run. 

Tresor Kandol scored the solitary objective of the game to give transfer compromised Barnet a lift against Darlington. Kandol had an objective precluded for offside in the primary half yet committed no error a short ways from time to set up a 13/10 triumph. 

Macclesfield made an enormous stride towards holding their League Two status with an agreeable success over mid-table Shrewsbury. Matt McNeil got for the 5/4 Silkmen following 33 minutes and Martin Bullock ensured triumph on 61.

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