Whether you want to know who the favourite is for the World Championship or find a rundown of the leading contenders for the Grand Prix, you can read the latest darts betting tips here. Preview the action and check out the darts betting odds for what might unfold on the oche.
Millions of fans around the world are drawn in by the ability of the best players to find the smallest of targets under the most extreme pressure, and there are tournaments to enjoy all through the year. From team events such as the World Cup of Darts to the cross-code Grand Slam, the chance to watch or bet on the sport is never too far away.
You can bet on the outright winner of a tournament or try to predict which two players will make the final. It may be that you fancy a wager on someone producing a nine-dart finish or a 170 checkout, or you want to stick to betting on the outcome of an individual match. You can even bet on the exact score of a game or how many 180s a player will score.
The range of options makes darts a good option for old and new fans, and Sports.net’s betting tips have something for everyone. Outlining the important considerations such as the form of players and the intricacies of the draw, you will also find predictions and be able to ponder which bet is best for you.
The highlight of the festive season for darts fans is not eating Christmas dinner or unwrapping presents, but sitting down to enjoy the PDC World Championships.
Michael van Gerwen will bid to get his season back on track when he defends his World Grand Prix title at Dublin’s Citywest Hotel.
The 2017 International Darts Open will take place at the Sachsen Arena in Riesa, Germany, from this Friday 22 to Sunday 24 September.
More darts betting tips are below, helping you to find your feet in a world where you can often hear terms such as doubling, mad house or lipstick. Which players favour a set format rather than a race to a certain amount of legs? And who has been scoring heavily enough to challenge the top seeds? Number combinations and statistics are also part and parcel of darts and can make the sport tricky to follow, especially for newcomers, but the articles here offer useful information to get you started.