It will be on June the 6th that the 2019 running on the World Cup of Darts will be starting, and there are of course plenty of nations involved in that tournament, but only one of them can win and todays betting news story will be looking at which of them punters have been backing to win it already.
Following the smart money on the early betting markets for the World Cup of Darts 2019 is possibly something that you fancy doing, and there has already been plenty of cash being placed on the Netherlands to win this tournament and they are now the form 11/4 favourite to win it too.
Whether the Netherlands will win this tournament does of course remain to be seen, however there are plenty of other nations that could come out on top, and it would be no surprise if either England or Scotland came out on top and won it and they are both currently trading at odds of 3/1 to do so.
It is of course going to be up to you as to whether you are going to back any of the nation’s competing in this major darts tournament, and for a little bit of value you could consider backing the likes of Wales, whose 13/2 are certainly going to be attractive to some punters today.
Top Two Places Paid Each-Way
As you can place all manner of bets and wagers on the World Cup of Darts if you head on over to for example the Coral online or mobile sportsbook, do consider checking out their vast array of unique and exclusive betting markets on that tournament.
However, for those of you out there that want to place a simple each-way bet on any nation you think has a fair old chance of success this year, then Coral are paying out to two places on their each-way betting opportunities and paying out at one half the win odds too.
Riskier Bets but With Much Higher Odds
There is never any telling just which players are going to suddenly find their best form in darts tournaments such as this one, and that may have led you to consider betting on any of the other nations, as by doing so you can mop up some much bigger odds.
Take for example Northern Ireland, there is always a chance that team could perform well this year and as for the odd you will be rewarded with by backing them right now, those odds are 12/1 and will appeal to a few each-way punters.
Then you have nations such as Austria at 20/1 and there is no telling just how well both Australia and Belgium are going to play, but they are currently chalked up at odds of 25/1.
As for the other teams that have double digit as opposed to triple digit odds attached to them right now, they include the likes of Germany at 33/1, the Republic of Ireland are 50/1 and if you fancy the chances of Poland they can be backed right now at odds of 66/1 to win this tournament.