Harriers v Gateshead - the odds

Harriers v Gateshead - the odds

Harriers v Gateshead - the odds

First published in Sportsview

Kidderminster maintained their unbeaten start to the season last weekend, moving in to the play-off places with a hard-fought, 1-0 victory at Dover and subsequently as the Harriers return to Aggborough, they’re Ladbrokes’s 13/10 favourites to register another success as they tackle fellow high-flyers Gateshead.

The visitors are BetVictor’s 85/40 underdogs to inflict a first defeat on Gary Whild’s troops but as both teams have opened their respective campaigns impressively, it’s not surprising that the stalemate has been all the rage in the early exchanges, bet365’s 5/2 the top price for the duo to share the spoils.

It’s just 9/1 (Stan James) to be a cagey goalless encounter, alternatively, punters sensing goals can tackle a score draw at 7/2 with bet365, William Hill rate a 2-2 scoreline at 14/1 and it’s 4/1 at BetVictor for the teams to be inseparable at the end of each half.

However, the visitors have made a patchy start to the campaign so Whild’s charges have little to fear and a case can be made for Skybet’s 11/4, posted against a home victory by a one-goal margin.

It’s a slightly meatier 15/2 (BetVictor) meanwhile for Kidderminster to card a crucial 1-0 victory, Harriers are 9/2 courtesy of Paddy Power to edge a tight affair following an even first period and they’re 4/7 in Stan James’s ‘Draw No Bet’ market.

In terms of goals, betway rate Whild’s side at 5/6 to net the opener, Kidderminster’s first is 5/6 at bet365 to arrive later than the 49th minute and Harriers are 39/20 via Winner.com to keep a clean sheet at the other end. Taking the latter a bit further, Stan James go 11/4 about a home victory ‘to nil’.

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