Plenty of PDC World Championship darts matches are scheduled for the days ahead, and there really are some stand out betting opportunities in some of those matches, that I want to pass onto you, if you are thinking about placing the odds bet here and there in the next few days.
One upcoming match in that tournament is the one between Steve Lennon and Callan Rydz, and with most bookies offering punters odds of around 8/15 on Lennon he does look a value packed bet and it will be something of a surprise if he doesn’t go on to win that match.
As for whether Rydz gas any chance of winning that match, I doubt it but some of you will be tempted to back him, if nothing else purely to take advantage of the 6/4 odds you can secure on him right now, but my money is going on a very decisive win for Lennon.
The William O’Connor v Marko Kantele match is going to be very one-sided in my option, and there is only one player you should be sticking your money on in that match and that is O’Connor, however bookies across the land know he is a good bet and as such are offering odds of around 3/10 on him winning, but winning hat match is what he should do, and with no effort either.
Vincent van der Voort v Keane Barry
It will be worth perming together several of the fancied players to win their respective PDC World Championship match that are scheduled to take place in the next few days, for you will get some much bigger winning pay-outs by placing for example an acca bet.
Regarding the Vincent van der Voort v Keane Barry match, it is van der Voort that should have the upper hand in that match and he has been backed by plenty of punters already to take that match which has resulted in his match win odds dropping to around the 3/10 mark.
Other PDC World Championship Matches Worth Betting On
You may be put off backing Ryan Searle to win his upcoming darts match against Robbie King for there is no real value to be had by backing him, due in no small part to his match win odds being tiny at just 1/5, but he is of course expected to win that match.
There is however some betting value to be had in the Cristo Reyes v Lourence Ilagan for most bookies have the favourite to win that match chalked up at odds of 4/7 and that player is Reyes and he is a player that I have already backed as I doubt he is going to lose that match.
One match that could go to either player is the Rowby-John Rodriguez v Noel Malicdem match, and with both players chalked up at odds of 10/11 I will leave it up to you to try and world out which of them to back, however I give a slight preference to the chances of Malicdem