Coming into the clash having taken just one point from four matches, Kidderminster will be desperate to arrest their slide down the Skrill Premier table as they entertain Braintree and bookies believe Harriers can stop the rot, Paddy Power making them 19/20 to collect maximum points at Aggborough.

The Iron are 13/5 outsiders with Stan James and it’s 5/2, this time courtesy of bet365 to finish all square, a wager that’s bound to attract cash in light of the unconvincing form of Andy Thorn’s troops.

Alternatively, a 1-1 scoreline is 13/2 at BetVictor, bet365 post 10/3 against a score draw and for the ambitious it’s 16/1 with Skybet for Kidderminster to bounce back from a half-time deficit to nick a point.

Banker hunters can back Harriers at 2/7 (Stan James) to avoid defeat, a wager lent appeal by the fact that the visitors have never beaten Kidderminster and Thorn’s charges are 40/85 in BetVictors’s ‘Draw No Bet’ market.

Buoyed by their team’s victory in the reverse fixture back in August, confident home fans might fancy a repeat of the 1-0 scoreline from that contest at 17/2 courtesy of and Stan James make Harriers 4/1 to again come out on top after an even first half.

Any victory by a solitary goal is a 29/10 chance via Ladbrokes, William Hill price Thorn’s side at 11/5 to combine a success with a clean sheet and betway offer even money about both the fixture yielding fewer than three goals. BetVictor meanwhile, rate Kidderminster at 13/20 to get on the scoresheet first and the opener is 12/1 (bet365) to arrive between the 50th minute and the hour mark.

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