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Cambridge v Harriers - the odds
8:00am Friday 28th February 2014 in News
Kidderminster ended a five-match winless sequence on Tuesday, netting twice without reply against Woking to force their way back into the play-off picture but the consensus amongst bookies is that Harriers won’t be able to follow up that success with another this weekend, BetVictor making them 14/5 outsiders to prevail at second-placed Cambridge, Stan James’s even money favourites.
Bet365 post 13/5 against a stalemate at the Abbey Stadium, where Ladbrokes rate a 1-1 scoreline at 13/2 and Paddy Power price any score draw at 7/2. Punters fancying an inconclusive affair can also tackle Stan James’s 9/2 about the sides being inseparable at the end of each half while betway hand Andy Thorn’s troops a goal start in the handicaps at 4/5.
Also of interest to tentative travelling supporters could be bet365’s 6/4 marked against Kidderminster in the ‘Draw No Bet’ market but those fans seeking grounds for optimism will note that the Us have found the going a touch tougher of late, losing three of their last four and subsequently there could be money for an away success by one at odds of 9/2 courtesy of BetVictor.
Elsewhere, Skybet offer 11/1 about a 2-1 Harriers triumph, it’s 15/2 courtesy of Stan James for Thorn’s charges to come out on top despite going in on level terms at the interval and it’s 7/10 with Winner.com for both teams to get on the scoresheet.
Bet365 meanwhile, make Kidderminster 7/5 to break the deadlock in a match that’s 5/6 (William Hill) to produce three or more goals and at the other end confident visiting supporters can back their men at 10/3 via BetVictor to keep a clean sheet.
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