Bromley vs Kidderminster by Hassy
Bromley won an entertaining goal fest at Plainmoor on the weekend when they thrashed hosts Torquay United 3-7 which saw Bromley record a fourth National League win on the trot in their new season in the non-league top flight. The win sees them as the most form team in the division and pushes them just outside the playoff positions after their somewhat insipid opening few weeks of the campaign.
This emphatic victory was on the back of previous wins over Gateshead, Macclesfield Town, Boreham Wood and the aforementioned Torquay United.
Bromley’s home record stands at an impressive 3-1-1 and they are scoring at an average of two goals per game thier and wins over the likes of Wrexham and Gateshead should not be taken lightly. In addition, leading goalscorer Ademola (8 goals) also heads up the goalscoring chart for the National League overall.
Visitors Kidderminster suffered their first defeat under the management of Tim Flowers on Saturday when they went down 2-0 to Lincoln City which has left the midlanders bottom of the National League as a consequence.
Eleven games into the new season, Kidderminster are still yet to register their first National League win having drawn five and lost six so far, while their away record stands at 0-3-2 going into tonight’s encounter at the Courage Stadium.
Flowers has recently guided his troops to draws with Halifax Town and Torquay United prior to their defeat on Saturday, but it should be remembered that both Halifax and Torquay are shadows of their former selves at the moment, and a tougher prospect lies in wait tonight in the shape of Bromley.
A pitch inspection will be help at 3pm today and assuming the game does go ahead I expect an in form Bromley, aided by the goals of Ademola to record a comfortable victory for the hosts.
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|Bromley to Win||BetVictor||1.80||6||3-2 WON (+4.8 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.