The 1-0 triumph over Dartford last weekend took Kidderminster’s points tally to a solid seven from their opening three Vanarama Conference fixtures and on the back of that decent start to the campaign, Harriers are now 5/1 with BetVictor to gain promotion to League Two.
Another team with seven points in the bag are Macclesfield and separated by goal difference alone the pair will be well backed at 5/2 courtesy of bet365 to share the spoils as they do battle at Moss Rose this weekend.
Ladbrokes quote a goalless affair at 11/1, it’s 4/1 via Stan James to be all square at the end of each half and betway cater for cautious travelling supporters by pricing Gary Whild’s troops at 7/10 in the ‘Draw No Bet’ market.
However, bookies think that Kidderminster are more likely to walk away with all three points rather than just the one, William Hill installing them as 11/8 favourites and despite their home advantage, the Silkmen are 85/40 at BetVictor.
Whild’s charges have yet to concede a goal so Stan James’s 3/1 for them to prevail ‘to nil’ isn’t without appeal. More specifically, Paddy Power post 7/1 against Harriers registering another 1-0 success and it’s 10/1 (bet365) for them to notch twice without reply.
Elsewhere, Stan James quote Kidderminster at 11/4 to be in front at both the interval and the final whistle, they’re a slightly chunkier 3/1 with Skybet to sneak it by a one-goal margin and 9/10 at Winner.com to break the deadlock.
Craig Reid meanwhile, is bet365’s 6/1 favourites to fire that opener and for those expecting Harriers’ run of clean sheets to come to an end, BetVictor offer 5/6 about both teams finding the net.
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