One of the major Darts tournament that is in play this month is of course the Grand Slam of Darts, and if like me you have been trying to make sense of the betting markets and trying to work out on just which player your hard earned money should be placed to win this event, then please do read on!
You do of course have until the 10th of November to get your bets placed on the player you are convinced is going to win, and then the betting markets will switch over to the live in-play betting markets as the tournament is then being played out until the 18th of November.
If you cannot make it to the venue that is hosting the grand Slam of Darts this year, that of course as usual being the Aldersley Leisure Village in Wolverhampton, then fear not as the tournament is being broadcast on TV, so you can follow all the action from home.
Below I will give you an overview of the current state of play regarding the odds on a handful of players that are scheduled to take part in that tournament, be aware the odds I am quoting are from BetFred, so if you fancy securing them then it is that betting site you should be betting at, but the odds could change at any time of course, so do keep that in mind!
Favourites to Win
Michael Van Gerwen appears to be the only player punters are backing to win this event, and it is fair to say that he does have a great chance of beating his opponents and landing the first place prize money, and as far as his odds go he is the 10/11 favourite to win.
There are a couple of other players that are high up the betting markets and they are Gary Anderson at 11/2 and Peter Wright who can be backed at odds of 9/1 right now over at BetFred!
Take the Best Odds
You do have plenty of choice as to just which darts players that you can either back to win this event or each-way, and if you are looking for a few ideas as to where you are going to get some value when doing the latter then please do read on for I will now give you an idea as to where the best each-way value does lay in this event.
It is players such as Rob Cross who will give you a fair run for your money in this type of darts tournament and he can be backed right now at odds of 14/1, and I am sure there will be plenty of punters backing his each-way now or in the very near future!
Four other players that you may or may not fancy backing each-way include the likes of Mensur Suljovic who is 18/1, and then you have Michael Smith at 22/1 and James Wade at 25/1 and also Glen Durrant at 33/1 are both each-way possibilities.