Championship Betting Review – 6 March 2006

By | August 30, 2020

Perusing moved to inside four successes of advancement subsequent to wrecking Burnley 3-0 at Turf Moor. The Royals, 4/5 on the day, required only 10 minutes for Bobby Convey to open the scoring, before second half objectives from Ibrahim Sonko and Dave Kitson fixed a vehement success. Steve Coppell’s side are currently unbackable to win the Championship by and large at a gigantic 1/350.

Second positioned Sheffield United saw their odds of programmed advancement gouged as theyรีวิวสินค้าไอที dropped two focuses against base of-the-table Crewe. The Blades were tremendous 3/10 to succeed at Bramall Lane yet were held to a goalless draw by Dario Gradi’s transfer compromised side.

In the fight between two play-off hopefuls, Leeds beat Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park to move above Watford into third and close the hole on Neil Warnock’s Sheffield United. The 11/5 away side got themselves 2-0 up through Robbie Blake and Rob Hulse before Jobi McAnuff gave the Eagles trust in injury time.

Hot top picks Watford required a very late equalizer to save their reddened against Derby. The Rams took a stun lead following 19 minutes through on advance Kevin Lisbie however Watford hit back through Marlon King, presently 6/5 most loved to complete the season as the division’s top goalscorer. Giles Barnes looked set to seal a far-fetched 5/1 away win a short ways from time until Al Bangura protected the Hornets at the demise.

Cardiff exploited Preston’s canceled apparatus and drew level with them on focuses following a 1-0 win against Sheffield Wednesday. The 2/3 Bluebirds scored the victor through Camerone Jerome, his eighteenth of the period.

Millwall edged nearer to security with an invaluable win over London rivals Luton. Ben May gave the Lions the lead following 33 minutes however Town leveled two minutes after the advancement Chris Coyne. Marvin Robinson fell off the seat to net a physical issue time champ for the 8/5 strugglers.

Individual strugglers Brighton were not all that lucky, slipping to a 1-0 annihilation at Plymouth. Lillian Nalis got the champ for the 8/11 Pilgrims leaving Brighton five focuses hapless from wellbeing.