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Chester v Harriers - the odds
11:27am Thursday 22nd August 2013 in News
Kyle Storer’s late strike gave Kidderminster all three points at Braintree and crucially will have provided Steve Burr’s squad with a huge confidence boost ahead of the visit of early strugglers Chester.
The visitors have yet to get off the mark and accordingly, Harriers are emphatic 3/5 favourites at betway to send them home empty-handed, while BetVictor offer an away win at 5/1 and it’s 13/5 (bet365) to finish all square.
Punters fancying the latter might also be tempted by Skybet’s 12/1 marked against a goalless affair and Stan James’s 5/1 for scores to be level after 45 and 90 minutes but the way the visitors have struggled to acclimatise to life in Skrill Premier, you’d be hard pushed to find many people opposing Burr’s charges.
Certainly home supporters will be pretty confident and for them, a Harriers victory ‘to nil’ will be pretty enticing at 17/10 (BetVictor) when you consider that Chester have yet to score this term.
Kidderminster are also set to be popular at 8/5 in bet365’s handicaps, where they kick off a goal behind and more specifically, they’re 7/1 courtesy of William Hill, to notch twice without reply.
Stan James offer 11/8 about Burr’s team holding a lead at the end of each half, Stan James post 4/9 against Harriers opening the scoring and the game’s first goal is 10/11 via Paddy Power to arrive inside 27 minutes.
Staying in the scoring department, Kyle Storer has struck in his last two and is 11/1 (BetVictor) to fire the opener in this one, bet365 quote Anthony Malbon at a skinnier 4/1 in the same market and it’s 3/4 at Winner.com for the contest to produce three or more goals.
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