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2021 PDC World Darts Championship Betting

As December begins to roll around most of the betting public knows that means the biggest darts showcase in the world is just around the corner and the PDC World Darts Championship kicks off at the Ally Pally on December 15th. Plenty of the top darts players will be competing here and the odds being floated by the bookmakers shows that this is a more open tournament than we have seen in past years. 

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Some really interesting players have emerged in various competitions over the last couple of months and that’s seen the odds on perennial favourite Michael Van Gerwen begin to come in much higher than we have seen in recent years. 


At the time of this writing, the Dutchman can be backed around a 9/4 margin with a few books going as high as 5/2 on him to capture another iteration of the PDC World Darts Championship. He’s been as solid as ever over the past while but he has a lot more talent nipping at his heels these days so many might think that the value is found elsewhere in the market. 

Gerwyn Price is the second favourite and he’s available around a 9/2 to 11/2 price tag. The former Rugby Union star was able to capture the 2018 Grand Slam of Darts and then repeating that feat just a year later. He could be coming into the competition with plenty of form and if he’s able to show off some skill in a few easy victories early in the tournament then you reckon he’ll be able to give Van Gerwen a go. 

Peter Wright can be backed as high as a 6/1 margin and the current world #2 has plenty of experience at this level. The price might be right - particularly if you back him on the each-way with a ½ price paying out on him if he just makes the final. 

The odds then take a significant jump to around 16/1 for a victory by Michael Smith while the in-form Jose de Sousa can be backed as high as 18/1 and he’s very likely to be a popular selection amongst the punters looking for some real value. His recent tournament victory was a new professional achievement for him and he’ll be looking to build on that. 

Other notables include Gary Anderson at a 28/1 price tag, James Wade around a 33/1 margin and Adrian Lewis at a hefty 125/1. 


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