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Harriers v Newport - the odds
6:00am Friday 6th December 2013 in Harriers
Kidderminster didn’t exactly warm up for their FA Cup tie with Newport County in the ideal fashion, going down 2-1 at Bradford Park Avenue in the FA Trophy last weekend but they’re nevertheless favoured by bookies at Aggborough, where Harriers are 6/4 chances with BetVictor to book themselves a potentially lucrative third round berth and Stan James post 2/1 against the Exiles.
It’s 12/5 via bet365 for the tie to require a replay, a price that’s set to prove popular given that the visitors have shared the spoils in two of their last three, while there could also be cash for a goalless encounter at 12/1 (Skybet) and betway’s 9/2 about the clash throwing up two inconclusive halves.
There’s also Stan James’s 4/6 marked against Steve Burr’s men ‘Draw No Bet’ but despite the fact that Newport ply their trade at a higher level, many fans will be confident that home advantage can be a deciding factor and Ladbrokes quote odds of 10/3 for Kidderminster to shade it by a one-goal margin.
BetVictor price Harriers at 9/1 to finish on the right side of a 2-1 scoreline, a result that would be good news for those supporters backing them at 7/2 (Paddy Power) to prevail as well as concede and bet365 go 11/4 about Burr’s troops holding a lead at both the interval and full-time.
For confident supporters, bet365 price Kidderminster at 10/3 to combine victory with a clean sheet, although it is odds-on at 13/20 (BetVictor) for both teams to find the net. Harriers meanwhile, are 6/1 via William Hill to do so first, courtesy of Anthony Malbon, Winner.com make it 17/20 for any home player to break the deadlock and a match tally of three or more goals is a 4/5 chance at Stan James.
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