Kidderminster are now winless in three, a run that means they’re now out to 5/2 with BetVictor to finish in a play-off place, but that trio of fixtures have all finished all square and that might lead one or two punters to speculate on a stalemate at 23/10 with Stan James, as Gary Whild’s men prepare to host a Grimsby team in the thick of the battle for a top five berth themselves.
It was goalless when the pair met here last term, a result BetVictor chalk up at 10/1 on this occasion while at odds of 13/2, Ladbrokes consider a 1-1 scoreline slightly more likely. Those struggling to decide between the two can tackle betway’s 4/1 for scores to be level at the end of each half, bet365 offer 10/3 about a score draw and Harriers supporters can back their team at 5/6 in Stan James’s ‘Draw No Bet’ market.
Home advantage however, means that Whild’s charges are favourites for the points at Skybet, who rate the Mariners as 17/10 underdogs, with Harriers deemed 17/10 underdogs by BetVictor, indecision that’s hardly likely to assist fans in making their Aggborough selections. For the optimistic, a 2-1 success for Kidderminster is a 10/1 chance at BetVictor, bet365 price Harriers at 10/3 to register any success by a one-goal margin and in what looks set to be a tight affair, Winner.com go 5/1 about a home win following an even first half.
Elsewhere, Paddy Power quote 7/2 for Kidderminster to combine victory with a clean sheet and at the other end William Hill post 11/10 against one of Whild’s players breaking the deadlock. That opener is 6/1 (bet365) to come from Michael Gash and it’s 10/11 courtesy of Stan James for the clash to generate at least three goals.
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