Lincoln v Harriers - the odds

Lincoln v Harriers - the odds

Lincoln v Harriers - the odds

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Inactive last weekend, Kidderminster are now four places adrift of the play-offs and as they now face three consecutive matches against teams currently in the lower half of the table, it looks like Harriers will need to take a healthy number of points from that trio of fixtures if they are to re-ignite their promotion bid.

First up is a trip to Lincoln, where Andy Thorn’s men are just about favourites at 8/5 with BetVictor and Winner.com quote the Imps at 13/8, although there are many bookies that are unable to separate the two teams.

Subsequently, neutrals will inevitably be attracted to bet365’s 5/2 about it finishing all square as well as Paddy Power’s score draw quote of 16/5 and Ladbrokes’s 13/2 for it to end one-apiece at Sincil Bank.

Some Kidderminster fans will understandably be a touch sceptical and for them Harriers are 9/10 in BetVictor’s ‘Draw No Bet’ market, however they’ve already beaten Lincoln once this term so they should hold a psychological edge.

A repeat of the 4-1 scoreline from that Aggborough clash in October is one for the ambitious at 50/1 (Stan James) and indeed most supporters will feel their team are more likely to edge it by a one-goal margin, an outcome bet365 offer at 10/3.

There might therefore be money at 9/1 with Stan James for Thorn’s troops to register a 2-1 success, BetVictor go 10/1 about Kidderminster sneaking it 1-0 and William Hill chalk Harriers up at 7/2 to come out on top but also concede.

Alternatively, it’s 3/1 via Stan James for Thorn’s side to lead at the end of each half and in a match that’s 3/5 (betway) to see both teams notch, Skybet make Kidderminster 10/11 to get on the scoresheet first. That opener finally, is 6/1 at bet365 to come from Michael Gash.

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