You may have all manner of different bets and wagers planned for this coming weekend, but make sure you spend a little bit of time looking through the betting odds that Betfred are giving away listed below on the upcoming Champions League Darts matches, four of which are in play this Saturday.
The favourites to win each of those matches are however all odds on favourites, however that does of course mean you could perm any number of them together in a single accumulator type of bet or a double or treble bet of course.
It is Rob Cross at 4/7 that should easily beat Mensur Suljovic who odds are 11/8 on their match and it is Peter Wright at 1/3 who looks the most likely winner in his match against Simon Whitlock whose odds are 12/5.
Odds of 3/10 are on offer on Gary Anderson to beat Daryl Gurney in their match and the odds on Gurney for reference are 5/2. The other match is the Michael Van Gerwen vs Dave Chisnall match, and as far as the betting markets go it is Van Gerwen that should win as his odds are ridiculously low at 1/9 but if your loyalties lay with Dave Chisnall his win odds are 11/2!
Rob Cross vs the Field
The very highest odds you are going to be offered from Betfred right now on Rob Cross topping the Champions League of Darts once that series of darts match is over is 6/1 and if you do think he will win then now is the time you should be placing those bets and wagers.
However, you will find a Rob Cross vs the Field betting market on offer at Betfred, and as such if you think that he isn’t going to be the player at the top of the League at the end of the event then you can back the field and will be rewarded with odds of 1/10 at BetFred when you do back the Field!
Outright and Each-Way Betting Opportunities
There is always value waiting to be mopped up when you get on over to the Betfred betting site and make use of the ante post betting markets, and that is certainly the case on their current outright betting market that has just gone live.
Win odds are high on each of the players taking part in this league, and the each-way terms and also very fair and reasonable with punters being paid out at one third the win odds for backing a player each-way when they come first or second, and of course the full win odds are paid out for the win part of such a bet too.
Where though should you be placing your outright winner bets or each-way bets, well as for the most likely winner of this event that has to be Michael Van Gerwen but his odds of winning being 5/6 they may be too low for you to want to place a bet on him.
There is certainly some value if you choose to back the likes of Gary Anderson at 9/2, Rob Cross at 6/1, and it could be the case that players such as Peter Wright who is 8/1 or even Mensure Suljovic at 12/1 is in with a chance of upping their game and coming first or second at much bigger odds too!