Last call for those punters out there who fancy placing a few final bets on who they think will win this year’s World Matchplay Darts Tournament, for as the tournament is now in the final stages, there are just six players left in it, and time is running out for you to place your outright winner bets.
Having checked out each of our approved and top rated sports betting sites this morning, I have to say that BetFred are certainly offering one of the most generous of betting markets on the outright winner of this event, and the odds are worth taking no matter which darts player you think is going to win.
However, as soon as todays and tomorrows three games are played off the number of players still left in the tournament will drop and so will those players respective win odds too.
If you do fancy having a financial interest in the World Matchplay Darts Tournament allow me to now quickly rattle through the odds available on the last few players involved in it, as I am sure you will be interested in betting on at least one of them to win.
Gary Anderson is still the rock solid favourite to win at 4/5, Peter Wright is the punters second favourite to win at odds of 10/30, and you can get 6/1 on Jeffrey De Zwaan, 7/1 on Mensur Suljovic, and both Simon Whitlock and Darren Webster are on offer currently at odds of 25/1 and 33/1 respectively.
Peter Wright Odds On To Beat Simon Whitlock
As Peter Wright is of course one of the favourites to actually win this year’s running of the World Matchplay Darts tournament, then in his match tonight you will not be too surprised that he is the odds-on favourite to win that match.
However, anything could happen in that match, but if you do fancy betting on it you can currently secure odds at betting site such as Betfred of 1/3 on Peter Wright winning or can secure even higher odds of 12/5 on Simon Whitlock winning.
Two Other World Matchplay Darts Matches
There may be some value to be had by perming all three favourites together in a treble bet, regarding the three matches that are being played out tonight and tomorrow, for those players are all odds-on, but when you multiplier their win odds by each other, if you have placed a treble bet you will get some much better and higher valued pay-outs if all three of them do win of course!
Regarding the match between Mensur Suljovic and Darren Webster is it Suljovic that the bookies think will win, so much so they are only offering him win odds of 4/11, but you could fancy betting on Webster and if so his odds are much better value at 11/5.
You will have to wait until Saturday night if you want to watch the match between Jeffrey De Zwaan and Gary Anderson and the odds available on both players on the early betting markets currently are 11/4 for Zwaan to win and 2/7 is available on Anderson to win.