Friday, 23 October 2009


The cold end's single bet of the week this week comes from League Two where the red and white wizards of Rotherham United visit Bury. Last season's game was won by the visitors 2-1 and whilst they haven't been on great form of late (won 2 drawn 3 lost 1 in their last six games) I fancy them strongly to win tomorrow's match at odds of 7/4 with

Shaker's manager Alan Knill is an ex player and manager of Rotherham. His team's form seems all to be away from Gigg Lane as they have only won once at home against Lincoln City loosing against Bournemouth, Accrington Stanley, Cheltenham Town and Grimsby Town with a recent 2-2 draw with Northampton Town being their last home game. They are in good form claiming 17 out of the last 21 points but have injury worries with David Worrall, Ryan Lowe and Mike Jones all doubtful. Andy Bishop and Damien Allen are both sidelined following surgery with Andy Morrell and Danny Carlton also out.

The Miller's have won 3 out of 6 on the road at Grimsby, Macclesfield and Crewe Alexandra loosing only at Northampton Town and Bournemouth. Last week they rode their luck at the beginning of the match against Notts County coming back into the in the last 10 minutes of the first half and opening section of the 2nd period up until Nick Fenton's dismissal on 51 minutes. Defender Fenton will be the only change forced upon recently returned Miller's God Ronnie Moore. The Yorkshire club also possess one of the best forwards in the division Adam Le Fondre who scores more often than not.

The cold end's single bet of the week is Rotherham United to beat Bury at 7/4. For the record a home win is 6/4 and a stalemate is 12/5.

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