League One Betting Review 9 April 2018

League One Betting Review 9 April 2018



Southend came from a​ goal behind to​ stretch their lead at​ the top of​ League One to​ eight points with a​ 2-1 win over struggling Blackpool. Gareth Williams gave the Tangerines the lead after 32 minutes but Fredy Eastwood equalised on the hour. Luke Guttridge struck the winner for the 8/15 Shrimpers four minutes from the end.

Brentford remain second despite being held to​ a​ 1-1 draw by Bradford and have won just once in​ their last six. Michael Symes gave the Bantams the lead on 36 but Lloyd Owusu drew the Bees level two minutes before the break to​ set up a​ 13/5 draw.

Huddersfield wasted the chance to​ enter the automatic promotion places after slipping 2-0 at​ Gillingham. Gary Mulligan put the 13/8 Gills in​ front after four minutes and Matt Jarvis sealed victory in​ stoppage time.

Nottingham Forest continued their march toward a​ play-off place with a​ fortunate 1-0 win over Colchester. James Perch scored the decisive goal on 72 which saw even money Forest gain 20 points from the last 24 available to​ them.

Swansea lost further ground on the automatic promotion places after slumping to​ a​ 3-2 defeat at​ Port Vale. Sam Togwell gave the 13/8 Valliants the lead two minutes before the break but Adebayo Akinfenwa equalised on 47. Michael Cummins on 58 and Leon Constantine after 63 minutes secured a​ vital home win before Rory Fallon netted a​ consolation two minutes from full-time.

Basement club Milton Keyes Dons have a​ slim hope of​ survival after beating play-off hopefuls Oldham at​ Boundary Park. Luke Beckett gave the Latics an​ expected lead after 28 minutes but Izale McLeod struck twice in​ as​ many minutes on 40 and 41 to​ seal an​ unlikely 11/2 away win.

Two goals in​ five minutes sealed a​ precious victory for Rotherham against Tranmere to​ move them out of​ the relegation zone. Martin Butler on 73 and Paul Shaw on 78 was enough to​ earn a​ 7/5 win at​ Millmoor.

Two sides in​ grave danger – Swindon and Hartlepool drew 1-1 at​ the County Ground – a​ result both sides could have done without. Ritchie Humphreys gave the Monkey Hangers the lead after 31 minutes but Lee Peacock nine minutes after the break earned the Robins a​ share of​ the points at​ 9/4.

Bristol City cruised to​ a​ 3-0 victory at​ Walsall which sent the Saddlers into deeper relegation trouble. David Cotterill gave the Robins the lead a​ minute before the break before an​ Alex Russell penalty on 51 and Richard Keogh in​ stoppage time ensured a​ comfortable 8/5 victory.




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