Futures betting markets on all major darts tournament are usually the places to check out when you want some idea as to just which player or players are being backed, and with the Premier League of Darts just around the corner there is a great deal of interest on that event from punters all over the world.
It is at sites such as the Coral sportsbook were you are always going to be offered a very fair set of odds on the futures darts betting markets, and with that in mind below you will find the odds they are offering on some of the most fancied darts players and some that are the outsiders to win that event too.
Keep in mind though that as this betting market is open and the money is flooding in on certain players the odds that I will be quoting are subject to change at any time, so make sure you to get your skates on if you fancy backing any of the following players.
Without a shadow of a doubt the one darts player that most punters and fans of the sport are convinced is going to be playing a major part in this event is Michael van Gerwen, but so huge has the volume of money being backed on him to win it his win odds are just 4/6!
You can of course choose to back the favourite to win this event and also back any other players that you feel could beat him or get placed and when you look at the form of Gary Anderson you will see why he is on offer currently at win odds of 5/1.
The each-way betting terms that are going to be on offer to you from sites like Coral are such that they are paying out to two places on this event and are offering one third of the win odds to punters on the place part of such a bet too, so do keep that in mind.
Michael Smith at 8/1 is one darts player that does know how to play and he may be worth a speculative each-way punt if you do fancy his chances of getting placed at least and there are plenty of punters that do think he has what it takes to finish in second positions at least.
There are of course some mid-priced darts players that are not in the best form they have ever been in and those include the likes of Rob Cross at 10/1 and also Peter Wright at 12/1 too.
I doubt if Mensur Suljović at 25/1 or Daryl Gurney, Gerwyn Price and James Wade at 50/1 or even the rank outsider R.van Barneveld at 66/1 are going to find their very best form in this major darts event.
However, at the end of the day it is up to you as to just which if any of the players taking part in this event you are prepared to back to win or back each-way and the odds are there for the taking too.