FA will investigate ‘suspicious’ result

• Suspicious betting patterns raise worries
• Grays won match after trailing at half-time

The Football Association has confirmed it plans to investigate suspicious betting patterns on a Blue Square Premier match on Sunday. Bookmakers suspended betting the day before the match between Grays Athletic and Forest Green Rovers having noticed unsusual patterns of bets. William Hill and Blue Square, which sponsors the league, said they had received a large number of wagers on Grays to win after trailing at half-time at odds of 22-1. Grays won the match 2-1, after being 1-0 behind at the break.

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