The clock is of course now ticking down until the start of the 2019 World Matchplay Darts tournament, and whilst many bookies have already made live their early betting markets on that major darts tournament, there is one bookie you should be checking out.
That is BetFred, for as the main sponsor of the annual World Matchplay tournament, they have made sure their betting odds on the outright winner betting market are some to the highest in the industry and it is Michael Van Gerwen that leads the way at odds of 13/8.
You will be taking plenty of risks if you do decide to back against Michael Van Gerwen, however as the odds are much higher on all other players, and as there is always the chance Van Gerwen won’t play up to his very best form there are several other darts players that could beat him and win this tournament too.
As for who those players are though, well two that do instantly spring to mind that if nothing else are going to be battling for seconds port on the leader-board, both Rob Cross at 7/1 and Gary Anderson at 10/1 look decent value packed bets right now if you can still secure those betting odds.
Fancy an Each-Way Bet Instead?
I would advise anyone out there that is thinking about betting each-way to take a good look over the betting markets at BetFred, for that bookie is as is always expected, offering some very decent each-way betting terms.
Those betting terms will see you getting paid out at one half of the win odds if your player finishes in first or second spot, along with the full odds too if you players wins the tournament on the first part of such a bet.
Peter Wright Offers Good Each-Way Value at 12/1
Peter Wright could fund his very best form at any time of course, and if you think this is going to be a major darts event in which he does shine then you will find the value packed odds of 12/1 being offered to you at betting sites such as BetFred if you get a move on, and a couple of other value each-way bets include players such as the talented Gerwyn Price at 14/1 and then there is also the highly skilled player James Wade at 22/1 too.
It will be something of a major shock in this year’s 2019 running of the World Darts Matchplay event if one of the players listed up above doesn’t win it and another one doesn’t fill the second spot on the leader-board, but this is darts we are talking about and anything could of course happen.
Therefore a few final darts players that a small percentage of you out there may be prepared to back if you do fancy their individual chances of success this year are Nathan Aspinall, Nathan, Daryl Gurney and Michael Smith and the odds attached to each of those lesser fancied darts players are 25/1 right now.