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Braintree v Harriers - the odds
6:00am Friday 16th August 2013 in News
Kidderminster boss Steve Burr was left cursing a lack of cutting edge as his team wasted several chances in Tuesday’s 3-1 defeat at Alfreton but with his team otherwise performing pretty well at the Impact Arena, Skybet make them 11/10 favourites to bounce back by collecting a maximum haul at Braintree.
It’s 12/5 with BetVictor for a second consecutive reverse for the Harriers, who are 5/2 via Stan James to secure a share of the spoils and 7/1 (BetVictor) to hold the hosts to a 1-1 stalemate, as they did in the corresponding fixture last season, while Paddy Power chalk Burr’s troops up at 1/2 in the ‘Draw No Bet’ market.
Punters sensing an inconclusive contest at Cressing Road can tackle Stan James’s 24/5 for scores to be level at the end of each half and bet365 price Harriers at 1/3 to avoid defeat against the unbeaten hosts.
However, Burr’s men will be desperate to provide a response to their midweek setback and they should have the quality to edge a tight encounter. They’re 11/4 (bet365) to shade it by a one-goal margin, 7/1 courtesy of Winner.com to end up on the right side of a 2-1 scoreline and Stan James go 9/4 about a Kidderminster lead at the end of each half.
Elsewhere, safe-looking odds of 8/13 are available via BetVictor for both teams to get on the scoresheet and it’s also seems like a clash likely to produce three or more goals (7/10, betway), the first of which is 8/11 at Stan James to come from a Harriers player.
Bet365 rate Michael Gash at 9/2 to be the man responsible for that opener and confident travelling can go for William Hill’s 13/5 about Burr’s team prevailing ‘to nil’.
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