Harriers v Welling - the odds

Harriers v Welling - the odds

Harriers v Welling - the odds

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With the play-offs now only a remote possibility, following a run of four draws and a defeat in five outings, Kidderminster’s season looks to be fizzling out a touch but bookies at least appear relatively confident that Harriers will return to winning ways this weekend, as they entertain Welling United.

Gary Whild’s troops are bet365’s even money favourites ahead of the Aggborough contest, which is 11/4 at Stan James to go the way of the visiting side while BetVictor post odds of 12/5 against it finishing all square and it’s 7/1 with Ladbrokes to be a 1-1 stalemate, just as it has been in three of Kidderminster’s last four games.

Two of those encounters saw Harriers fight back from a half-time deficit to claim a point, a scenario that’s a generous 14/1 at Skybet to unfold again in this one and bet365 price any score draw at odds of 10/3.

As favourites, Whild’s men give away a goal start in BetVictor’s handicaps at 5/2 and for the less confident Winner.com rate Kidderminster at 4/9 in the ‘Draw No Bet’ market but home supporters looking for something more positive to cling to might note that the visitors have been pretty inconsistent of late, winning just one of their last seven.

Harriers are 13/5 (Paddy Power) to ensure the hosts’ patchiness continues by registering a victory by a one-goal margin, they’re 15/2 at Stan James to record a 2-1 success and for those anticipating a match tally of fewer than three goals for the seventh Kidderminster clash on the spin (21/20, betway), BetVictor chalk the visitors up at 8/1 to nick it 1-0.

Elsewhere, bet365 offer 5/2 about Whild’s team combining a triumph with a clean sheet and at the other end, they’re 8/13 via William Hill to break the deadlock.

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