Dover v Harriers - the odds

Dover v Harriers - the odds

Dover v Harriers - the odds

First published in Sport

Kidderminster’s solid, if unspectacular, start to the campaign continued as they carded back-to-back stalemates against Macclesfield and Chester and the unbeaten Harriers will subsequently be feeling reasonably confident as they prepare to head south to take on Dover at the Crabble Athletic Ground.

Bookmakers fancy Gary Whild’s troops to register a third win of the campaign, betway installing them as 11/10 favourites while BetVictor reckon the hosts are are slight outsiders at 13/5 and for cautious visiting fans, Kidderminster at 1/3 at bet365 to avoid defeat.

As both of Harriers travelling assignments have been inconclusive, neutrals in particular will be tempted by Stan James’s 12/5, marked against it finishing all square and also set to be popular are bet365’s 7/2 about a score draw as well as BetVictor’s 19/2 for neither team to break the deadlock.

In Stan James’s ‘Draw No Bet’ market Whild’s men are 1/2 but supporters anticipating a first away success of the campaign will prefer BetVictor’s 17/2 about Kidderminster finishing on the right side of a 2-1 scoreline or Winner.com’s 57/20 for them to prevail by a one-goal margin.

Alternatively, it’s 4/1 courtesy of William Hill for Whild’s charges to come out on top despite going on level pegging at the interval and it’s 6/1 at Paddy Power for them to win both halves.

Elsewhere, Ladbrokes go 12/5 about Harriers combining victory with a clean sheet, at the other end Skybet rate them at 8/11 to open the scoring and that strike is 11/2 (bet365) to come from Craig Reid. Stan James finally, quote 4/5 for both sides to get on the scoresheet.

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