Harriers v Peterborough FA Cup odds

Kidderminster Shuttle: Harriers v Peterborough FA Cup odds Harriers v Peterborough FA Cup odds

Kidderminster aren’t in the best of form going into the tricky FA Cup clash against Peterborough and as they are several divisions below Posh in terms of league placing, it’s the latter who are strong favourites at 9/10 with Stan James to move into the fourth round at the first attempt.

Harriers are 7/2 via Skybet to cause an upset at Aggborough, where bet365 post 11/4 against them forcing a replay and it’s 10/3 (BetVictor) to be a score draw while more specifically, Ladbrokes offer 9/1 about a 1-1 scoreline.

Punters sensing that Steve Burr’s men can raise their game to secure a stalemate can also go for two inconclusive halves at 5/1 courtesy of Stan James, betway chalk Kidderminster up at 21/10 in the ‘Draw No Bet’ market and in bet365’s handicaps, Harriers receive a goal start at even money.

Home fans however, will note that Peterborough have struggled on the road of late so confidence on the terraces will be high, potentially resulting in a few supporters tackling a 2-1 Kidderminster triumph at 12/1 (BetVictor) or Paddy Power’s 11/2 for Burr’s charges to shade it by one.

Also of interest could be a Harriers triumph following an even first half at 9/1 with Stan James, William Hill price the hosts at 6/1 to prevail but also fail to keep a clean sheet and at the other end, they’re 6/4 (bet365) to break the deadlock.

Michael Gash is 7/1 with bet365 to fire that opener and it’s just 4/7 via Winner.com for the contest to produce three or more goals.

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