Latest World Matchplay Betting Markets

The World Matchplay Darts Tournament 2019 is of course sponsored by BetFred, and that means they aim not to be beaten on odds, so if that is a darts tournament that you fancy betting on, then the Betfred betting site is one you should certainly be checking out.

If you are planning on placing any number of bets on that event, the outright winner betting market is going to give you a  very clear indication as to just which player is expected to win it, and it will surprise you not to learn that Michael Van Gerwen has been installed as the early 13/8 to win that tournament, which he may just do.

Rob Cross is a good darts player we all know that, however is he going to dislodge Ven Gerwen who is likely to breeze through to the final game in this tournament? Well if he is you are going to be able to bag odds of around the 7/1 mark if you think he will do so.

Moving onto the only other player that has been attracting dribs and drabs of support on the early betting markets, that player is Gary Anderson. However, I will leave it up to you to decide whether there is any real value in his current 10/1 outright winner odds.

One Half of the Odds Betting Each-Way

You place two bets in one when placing an each-way bet of course, with one half of the bet covering your chosen darts player to win a tournament like this one, and the other part of that bet will see you getting paid out at a percentage of the win odds if your chosen players finishes in one of the top positions of the tournament.

If you want to back any players each-way then you can pick out as many of them as you like, and just so you know the each-way betting terms at BetFred will see the second part of such a bet being paid out to two places at a rather generous one half of the win odds too.

Take an Each-Way Punt on Some Outsiders

Even if your chosen darts players only makes it to the final game but doesn’t win it then you will still be paid out at half of the win odds for him to finish in second position, and therefore therein lays your chance of backing any number of players to hopefully see one of them finishing second and getting a decent sized winning pay-out.

As for whom you may just be prepared to back each-way though, well Peter Wright at 12/1 and Gerwyn Price at 14/1 along with James Wade at 22/1 all look reasonable bets and its very true and fair to say that any of them could end up filling the seconds pot on the leader board.

Some players with even higher odds attached to them include the likes of Nathan Aspinall, Nathan, Daryl Gurney and Michael Smith, and by making sue of the early betting markets right now odds of 25/1 at BetFred can be secured currently.