Upcoming World Matchplay Darts Matches

Saturday is the day when you are going to be in a position start your serious betting activities on this year’s World Matchplay darts tournament, and there are a number of matches from Saturday onwards that are going to be attracting plenty of money in the betting markets.

The first set of matches being played on the 21st of July 2018 include the one in which Adrian Lewis is the red-hot favourite to win that match. Betting sites such as Betfred are offering 2/7 on Lewis and his opponent in case you are wondering is James Wilson, and his odds of winning are 11/4 so he is the underdog!

A little later on that day will be the match that most fans of the sport will be expecting Dave Chisnall to easily beat Keegan Brown, whether you think he will win or not is your decision to make, however Chisnall is available at shorts odds-on of 4/11 and you can get 11/5 on Brown winning that match.

Michael Van Gerwen at ridiculous odds of 1/25 is expected to beat Jeffrey De Zwaan whose win odds are 9/1 and the final match of the day will see Michael Smith playing Jonny Clayton, and Smith is the favourite to win that match at 4/11 and you can back Clayton as odds of 11/5 at Betfred.

22 July 2018 World Matchplay Matches

Moving onto the matches that are going to be playing on Sunday the first match of the day will see Darren Webster taking on Steve Lennon, the odds on Webster are 8/1 and Lennon is on offer at 6/4.

The other matches and the individual player odds are Ian White at 4/9 playing against Max Hopp at 7/4, Gerwyn Price is even money to beat Joe Cullen at 4/5, Daryl Gurney should win at 2.5 his match against Steve West at 2/1, and later on the red-hot favourite in the Mensur Suljovic v Steve Beaton match is the former player at 1/4 and the odds of Beaton are 3/1/

The final few matches worth watching and betting on this Sunday are the Gary Anderson v Stephen Bunting match and that should be a match in which Anderson should win at 1/5 but if you do fancy the chances of Bunting his win odds are 7/2, and Rob Cross is 1.4 on to beat Mervin Kings whose odds are 3/1 and the last match on Sunday night in the World Matchplay Darts Tournament sees Raymond Van Barneveld at 4/9 taking on Kyle Anderson at 7/4.

Monday 23 July 2018 World Matchplay Matches

All of the four World Matchplay matches that are scheduled to start on Monday the 23rd of July 2018 have an odds-on player pencilled in as the favourite, so one betting system you may fancy using if you do fancy betting on those matches is to perm them together in a Lucky 15 type of bet.

That way you will get a winning payout if just one of them win but will get some much higher potential winning payouts if all of those odds on favourites do go on to win their respective matches.

As to who is playing against each other, the first match sees Kim Huybrechts taking on John Henderson, as far as the pundits go that is a match the Huybrechts is expected to win quite easily but that fact is reflected in the fact his win odds are 4/7, however you can also take a chance on Henderson winning at odds of 11/8.

Simon Whitlock is taking on Richard North, and as far as the early betting markets go Whitlock is chalked up at 4/11 and North is 11/5, however that in my opinion is a match in which either player could win, and if you are looking or a little bit of value then I would be considering opposing the favourite and have a little bet on North as those odds are generous it does have to be said at Betfred!

Keep in mind to that all of our other featured online and mobile betting site will be offering you their own betting markets on the World Matchplay darts tournament, and by signing up to any of our featured and fully approved one you are going to be able to make use of their respective sign up bonus offers.

Anyway, let me now move onto the final few matches that are being played on Monday, with the next one of the evening being the James Wade v Jermaine Wattimena match, I and many other people are of the mind that should be a very easy match for Wade to win and his win odds for reference are 4/11 and the odds of his opponent are 11/5.

The main match of the evening is however the one that will be starting at 10pm, and that is when the highly talented Peter Wright will be showing Jelle Klaasen how to play a good game of darts!

Wright has been and will be continue to be heavily backed to win that match, so if you do want to take advantage of his current odds of 1/5 then you will need to act quickly as they are not going to be that high for very much longer, if you can of course call those odds high!

His opponent is 7/2 to win, but I cannot possibly see him winning this match what so ever, so he is my nap for the three days.

You will also find that betting sites such as Bruce Betting and Ladbrokes, both of whom are approved by us, will be offering you plenty of additional betting opportunities other than the outright betting markets, so do consider checking out those betting site if you do fancy placing a few additional yet more unique types of bets.

Also, keep in mind that when you sign up to the Betfair betting exchange, you are going to be able to lay odds on any darts player you think will lose as well as being able to back any player to win!