Four points from two games and a couple of clean sheets, Kidderminster will be satisfied with their start to the season in the Vanarama Conference and bookies expect it to get better for the sixth-placed Harriers in the short term, BetVictor installing them as strong favourites at 8/13 to get the better of Dartford at Aggborough.
The visitors, who have taken just the one point from six, are William Hill’s 5/1 outsiders while Stan James rate them at 3/1 to register their second successive stalemate and it’s 8/1 courtesy of Ladbrokes to finish one-each just as it did when the Darts went to Woking on Tuesday.
As an alternative for punters anticipating an inconclusive affair, bet365 rate a goalless encounter at 12/1 and BetVictor price Gary Whild’s troops at 1/4 in their ‘Draw No Bet’ market. Aided by home advantage however, and up against one of the sides expected to struggle this term, Kidderminster will be confident of acquiring maximum points.
They’re 47/20 (Winner.com) to shade it by a one-goal margin and 7/1 at BetVictor to prevail 1-0 but after the crushing midweek triumph against Alfreton many punters might fancy Harriers to register a more comfortable success.
Another 3-0 win is an 11/1 shot at Stan James, Skybet post 6/4 against Whild’s charges in the handicaps, where they start a goal behind and bet365 quote 11/8 about Kidderminster holding a lead at the end of each half.
Having looked defensively sound so far, Harriers will be well backed at 13/8 via Stan James to combine victory with a clean sheet and at the other end betway make them 1/2 to break the deadlock. More precisely, bet365 chalk Nathan Blissett up at 11/2 to be the responsible for that opener and it’s evens (Paddy Power) for the game’s first goal to arrive before the 27th minute.
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