As far as who you think will make it through to the final game of this year’s European Darts Championship, I bet many of you out there are of the mind that it will be Michael Van Gerwen who will be one of the two players that get to play in the final game, and many of you think he will win it too, of that I am certain.
However, whilst you can bet on him to win that major darts tournament outright, which he may just do if you sign up to the Coral betting site they are going to let you back him or any other player to get to the final game irrespective of whether your chosen player goes on to win the tournament or not.
Therefore that may just be a betting market that you do fancy making use of, for let’s face it you do at least get two chances of winning as opposed to just one chance of winning as you would have when backing any darts player to win the European Darts Championship outright.
As for the odds you will be offered on Michael van Gerwen simply getting through to the final game, well Coral have them currently listed as being 4/9, and there is certainly some value to be had by taking those odds right now.
Mensur Suljovic 9/4
By making use of the player to reach the final betting market currently live at the Cora betting site, you could of course choose to back two players and it is perfectly feasible that both of them will make it to the final game so you will receive two winning pay-outs.
As for the most likeliest of players to make it through to the final game, well there are several darts players for you to consider and they include Mensur Suljovic 9/4, Peter Wright at odds of 5/1.Daryl Gurney and Rob Cross both at 6/1, and James Wade at 8/1 or even Adrian Lewis, Dave Chisnall and Michael Smithall currently available at odds of 10/1 to make it right through to the final game.
Darts Players with an Outside Chance
Let me now move onto giving you an insight into just which darts players are going to have a much lower chance of making it to the final but who can be backed therefore at some much bigger odds starting with Gerwyn Price at 14/1, he has a reasonable chance of making it to the final it does have to be said.
However, you may be taking one risk too many if you prefer the chances of players such as Darren Webster, James Wilson and Kyle Anderson for they do have a low chance of getting through to the final game, but they are all easy to back at odds of 18/1.
Jonny Clayton and Max Hopp both trading at odds of 22/1 may be appealing to you as to could players such as Ian White who is certainly friendless in the early betting markets being as his odds are 25/1 shot and Stephen Bunting is another outsider at 28/1 too.