There is going to be a full afternoon of darts playing at its very best this Saturday for there are four matches that are lined up as part of the Champions League of Darts, and I am more than confident you will be tempted to place some bets at Betfred when I let you know what those odds are on each of the players taking part in those matches!
The first match is starting at 13:15 so make sure you get your bets on in time, and that match sees Rob Cross being the 4/7 favourite to beat Mensur Suljovic who is 11/8, an hour later is the 14:15 match on which you can back Peter Wright at 1/3 to beat Simon Whitlock who is the outsider to win that match at odds of 12/5.
In the 15:15 match Gary Anderson is the 3/10 favourite to beat Daryl Gurney whose odds are 5/2 and moving onto the last match of the day that being the one that starts at 16:15 it will not surprise you to learn that Michael Van Gerwen is the 1/9 favourite to beat Dave Chisnall who is friendless in the betting markets at odds of 11/2!
Gary Anderson vs the Field
You do have to hand it to Betfred they are going to be offering you some very unique betting markets on the Champions League of Darts and one that could be right up your street is their betting against the field betting market.
In fact, they have one available for each of the most fancied players, and if you are of the mind that Gary Anderson could win the league then the odds they will give you are 9/2 on that betting market, but if you think any other player is going to beat him then BetFred will give you odds of 1/7 on that being the case!
Betting on the Outright Winner
I may as well give you a quick insight into just what odds you are going to be able to secure if you fancy placing a bet on the winner of the Champions League of Darts or fancy placing an each-way bet instead.
Keep in mind that BetFred do always tend to offer some of the fairest odds on their each-way betting markets and that is the case on this league as one third the win odds are paid on players finishing in first or second place.
However, you do of course need to know what odds you are going to be able to secure and it could pay to back Michael Van Gerwen at 5/6 as if any player does have an outstanding chance of winning it is he, or you could plump for the second favourite who is currently Gary Anderson at 9/2.
The further you do peruse down the betting market the bigger the odds become on the other players and some that could be worth a small speculative each-way punt are Rob Cross at 6/1, Peter Wright at 8/1 and possible Mensure Suljovic who will need to up his game but could be in with a chance of winning or coming second at his current odds of 12/1!