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Punter misses out on £1m Royal Ascot payout with Ladbrokes

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It has been a really good Ascot Festival and for one punter from Dunstable, Bedfordshire it could have been even better. The horse racing fan had placed a seven-fold acca and with their final prediction not delivering, they missed out on a staggering £1m payout from Ladbrokes. The punter had played a £40 stake (a 5 each way acca and a Super Heinz) and with the first six predictions in the bet all coming to the good, it left the mammoth payout all resting on the shoulders of Bound for Nowhere an 8/1 shot in the Commonwealth Cup. The horse, however, came fourth behind winner and race favourite Caravaggio. So no payout and only dreams of what could have been, left. The bet in full: Lady Aurelia 7-2 Barney Roy 5-2 Qemah 5-2 Highland Reel 11-4 Coronet 7-1 Big Orange 8-1 Bound For Nowhere 8-1 Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer. Ladbrokes run 5-team (or bigger) accumulator insurance as well on selected matches on the Match Betting Market where you will get MONEY BACK as a free bet up to £25 if one team lets you down.
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Next James Bond Betting – three figure sum stuck on Tom Hardy

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No-one has any idea of how much longer the Next James Bond betting market is going to be active. But one punter decided to throw out a three-figure bet on it being Tom Hardy who is the next star of the movie franchise. The betting (across different bookmakers to limit risk) was done on Tuesday, the opening day of Royal Ascot when some punters will have been distracted by the Berkshire action. But the punter was clearly tuned into this novelty market. So is this is a case of someone knowing something that the rest of the public doesn't, or is it just a shot in the dark, a very bold and expensive shot in the dark after having read one of the many rumours that have been abound about who will be the next 0007. Tom Hardy’s name has been in the running for a long time now and just a couple of months ago he saw his price cut and right now is around the 3/1 mark in next James Bond betting at Ladbrokes. His epic, Bond-like actions of chasing a moped thief through the streets of Richmond saw his odds tumble a month ago when the story broke. Twelve months ago, Hardy was nothing more than a 14/1 price to be named the next James Bond and currently, along with Hardy, the following actors are all under 10/1 to land the role; Aidan Turner, Idris Elba, Jack Huston, Tom Hiddleston, James Norton and Michael Fassbender. At the back end of May, there was another three-figure bet laid down on Hardy, star of Mad Max: Thunder Road, becoming the next 007. This year, the 39 year-old has been the most popular bet accounting for 12% of bets placed on the market, but it is Michael Fassbender (star of Assassin Creed) who holds the largest share of the money; a massive 32% of money stakes in the market has been on him. There have been no new media stories breaking this week suggesting that Hardy is going to get the role ahead of anyone else. So did this latest wager come from the inside? As of now though, to everyone else, the next James Bond market is very uncertain and that is the reason why you have so many options under the price of 10/1. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer. Ladbrokes run 5-team (or bigger) accumulator insurance as well on selected matches on the Match Betting Market where you will get MONEY BACK as a free bet up to £25 if one team lets you down.
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Ladbrokes offer Sweden U21 v England U21 price boost

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With the England U20 side getting the summer off to a bang by winning the World Cup, next up is the U21 side who are competing in the U21 Euros out in Poland. They open their account on Friday night in the tournament opener when they get to take on Sweden, who are actually the reigning European Champions at this level. However, most of the side that won two years ago have gone on to the senior squad and so they are rebuilding. England have plenty of talent around their young squad and will look to ride the wave that the U20 side has created for English football this summer already. It’s a tough tournament with only the group winners guaranteed a place in the knockouts stage, so England have to come out of the blocks quickly. Scoring hopes will be on Chelsea youngster Tammy Abraham and Ladbrokes have boosted him to score & England to win at up to 7/4 from a price of 9/4. England to have a track record against Sweden, winning the last two European Championship meetings with them and losing just two of their previous six competitive meetings with the young Swedes. England to win & 3 or more goals in the match at Ladbrokes was 9/5 but customers can now take it at 11/5! Sweden U21 v England U21 betting odds England 4/5, Draw 12/5, Sweden 15/4 Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer. Ladbrokes run 5-team (or bigger) accumulator insurance as well on selected matches on the Match Betting Market where you will get MONEY BACK as a free bet up to £25 if one team lets you down.
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Next Conservative Leader Betting Odds

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Well, Theresa May may very well get her way and still remain as PM, but with the recent election result, which the Tories were expected to win by a landslide, not exactly going her way as it ended in a hung parliament, May’s days may ultimately be numbered. There have already been stern calls from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn for her to step down. But there has been pressure on her from her own party as well, with MP’s blaming the head honcho for the poor results in the snap election, which saw Labour gain a lot of ground. So now it is unlikely that she will be there in the long term and certainly is unlikely to lead the Tories into another election, so this is a good time to look at the next conservative leader betting odds that are around at the moment. Really you can consider the race to replace her up and running at the moment and when you throw in the complications of the Brexit negotiations and where the main candidates to replace her are right now, this is likely to turn out as being a pretty volatile market down the line.

Next Conservative Leader Betting Odds

Boris Johnson 6/4, David Davis 4/1, Ruth Davidson 5/1, Amber Rudd 6/1, Philip Hammond 14/1, 25/1 bar The top five in the Next Conservative Leader betting odds at Ladbrokes are all currently under 20/1 so that’s the place to look at right now. It is Boris Johnson who is leading the market, but if history in political betting tells us anything, then it is to avoid him. No early favourite has ever won a Tory leadership race, not since political betting started. The former Mayor of London was actually the early favourite in the race to replace David Cameron and as much as he was hyped up and backed, he didn’t even throw his name in the hat. Johnson’s not really perceived within the party as a political heavyweight who can handle the top job, but he has at least broader appeal than any of the other main runners. But Johnson is a risk and worth avoiding at the moment as short at 6/4 with Ladbrokes. Brexit Secretary David Davis is technically the one in the best position to jump into the hot seat should May go sooner rather than later. He ticks all the boxes really to succeed May, come what may. The party will recognise that he actually voted in favour of Brexit, and he has been right there fighting for this all along and carries a lot of weight which could pull the party back together, particularly if the exit is a little softer than initially hoped for. He is the go-to man more likely than not if May goes and makes great value. Perhaps the only downside is his age as he’s 68 and would like May to go sooner rather than later to get the job. Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson played a big part in helping to at least maintain the Conservatives’ numbers in Parliament. She gained 12 seats in the recent election and like Davis, is an advocate of Brexit. Of all the front runners she is the biggest unity candidate on the board and has the power to pull the party together in a soft Brexit. But as the majority of her own party want a ruthless, hard Brexit then Davidson is on the wrong side of that perhaps. Whereas Davis needs to get in there quickly, Davidson can actually bide her time and if the dust of Brexit settles and then May goes, Davidson will look a much stronger candidate in Next Conservative Leader betting. Not a bad long term punt if May sticks around and Davidson is 5/1 at Ladbrokes to take the reins. Home Secretary Amber Rudd looks a mid-market floater and is hard to read. She looks competent in her job but she would have taken the same path to Number 10 as May and that could be a turn-off. She probably doesn’t have the strong base within the party to really put her to the front, but she is floating around there and surprisingly as short as she is in the market. Then you can take a look at the current Chancellor Philip Hammond who is in the position of power and it is a position which of course, commands trust and a strong political presence. He would be the safe bet for the party to go to and there is a precedence here with the likes of Gordon Brown and John Major both having climbed up the ladder from Chancellor to PM. It’s not unusual, but Hammond is against Brexit and his stance and views may alienate the side of the party that wants this Brexit ordeal done and dusted quickly. But that having been said, he is right in the middle of the entire debate and could have the safe hands at a big price. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer. Ladbrokes run 5-team (or bigger) accumulator insurance as well on selected matches on the Match Betting Market where you will get MONEY BACK as a free bet up to £25 if one team lets you down.
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Punter lands £21,052 16-fold epic Acca at Ladbrokes

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What a way to spend a Saturday night. There was a host of Word Cup qualifiers for Russia 2018 being played on Saturday with likes of Northern Ireland, Germany, England, Scotland and Poland all in action. One punter at Ladbrokes used the World Cup 2018 Qualifiers as the building blocks for an epic 16-fold football acca. The incredible acca turned £5 into a cool £21,052 for the lucky punter and it was a win which didn’t come drama-free. A couple of the selections, Denmark and Slovenia won their games comfortably enough, but England needed a 92nd-minute equaliser against Scotland and Stuart Dallas netted a winner for Northern Ireland in their tussle with Azerbaijan in Baku in the 92 minute as well. So those late goals kept the bet alive and then some Spanish domestic selections kept the punter’s dream alive with wins before the next round of international games kicked off. Germany, Slovakia, Montenegro and Poland all did their bit with relative ease, while the Draw on Norway v Czech Republic proved a safe selection. So the punter needed Brazilian sides Palmeiras and Internacional both to win to round out the bet. Palmeiras had taken the lead in their game, but were pegged back to 1-1 before finding a winner. Then Internacional were involved in a goal fest and they were 3-2 up with just five minutes left on the clock which would have had the punter sweating. But they managed to find a late fourth to secure the huge windfall. Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “Predicting the results of 16 games during the close season makes this one of the most remarkable bets we’ve paid out all year.” “Our punter’s heart must have very much been in their mouth when Leigh Griffiths gave Scotland the lead in the 90th minute. But Captain Kane was there to save the day for England and this customer, who still must be pinching themselves!” Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer. Ladbrokes run 5-team (or bigger) accumulator insurance as well on selected matches on the Match Betting Market where you will get MONEY BACK as a free bet up to £25 if one team lets you down.
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US Open 2017 Golf Betting – Nationality Markets

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Because golf outright betting can be a bit of a minefield, a great way to break down your US Open 2017 Golf betting is by looking at the nationality markets. There is the popular market of Winning Nationality at Ladbrokes which basically gives you three options - American 11/10, European 15/8 or the Rest of the World at 5/2. That’s a pretty straight forward market and there isn’t a lot of meat on the bone in that one from a betting perspective because look at the tally of winning nationalities from the past thirteen editions of the tournament: American - 5 European - 4 Rest of the World - 4 So that’s a tight spread for you. Another way to approach nationality betting for the US Open 2017 is going to options like Top English, Top French, Top German and the Top Scot markets. These are smaller fields than trying to plough your way through the tournament outright and because of the nature of these markets, it is well worth taking on the favourites in them. That’s basically because it doesn't take much in golf for one player to have an off week at all. So there is value in opposition. Top England Justin Rose is a 9/4 option in the market to be top Englishman and the US Open 2017 and can be attacked in the betting market. There are some good youngsters in the field to oppose Rose with, notably Tommy Fleetwood, Tyrrell Hatton and Matthew Fitzpatrick, along with the likes of Danny Willett and Andrew Johnston. This is a pretty big market still for what we are looking at but the putting game of Hatton may be a huge bonus on the greens at Erin Hills in this one if you wanted a gamble. Top Scot This is where the nationality golf betting markets can really shine. This is where it really gets good because there are just three names in the mix in this market. Martin Laird is 11/8 outright favourite following by Russell Knox and Richie Ramsay. Of the three of them, you have Knox with the best US Open record and his price has been trimmed in from 6/4 but even at 11/8 he makes a great punt in this market. Top Irish Again, this is a great small market to have a look at here. You have Rory McIlroy, who is one of the front runners in the outright winner market of course here, but he has just come back from his rib injury and may not be at 100%. So there is a temptation to oppose him here and that leaves you picking from Shane Lowry, Graeme McDowell and Paul Dunne. Dunne is the big 16/1 shot in this four-man field but has a fantastic short game which could serve him well at Erin Hills. Lowry is probably the biggest threat to McIlroy though at 3/1 in this market. Top German You have an even smaller field in this one, a two-horse race between Martin Kaymer at 2/7 and Stephan Jaeger at 5/2. How can you not be tempted to go for the value on Jaeger because of that? Yes, Kaymer may well be suited to Erin Hills and is expected to carry on in some good form, but why not. Jaeger has been carrying decent form on the Web.Com Tour and again, it’s just a two-man field Top French You have three Frenchmen in the field, Alex Levy, Gregory Bourdy and Joël Stalter. The latter you can count ou because he’s not in form and this is his debut at a Major. With Erin Hills being a testing course, patience is going to be needed and Bourdy is value because of his experience at links and is a nice 11/8 price to oppose favourite Levy at 10/11. Top Swede Just a four-man field in the Swedish market, with Henrik Stenson odds-on favourite at Ladbrokes to top his compatriots of Alex Noren, David Lingmerth and Daniel Chopra. It may be hard to oppose world number six Stenson, but he hasn’t had a great season and hasn’t hit the heights of his game at the US Open before. Lingmerth looks great value here with some trending form and having landed a 12th at last year’s US Open. At an 11/2 punt, he is worth opposing Stenson with. Alex Noren has been in cracking form though and at 7/4 is probably the more stable option. Bet a minimum of £20 Win, or £20 Each Way at Ladbrokes on the Outright winner of the Golf US Open, between 17:00 Monday 12th June and 23:59 Wednesday 14th June, and receive a £5 free bet to use on any US Open market each day of the tournament. This offer is open to both new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.
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Ladbrokes offer Bet £20, Get £5 Free Bet Each Day at US Open 2017

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The US Open Golf betting is here with us this week and it is a stacked field, for which the playing field has been levelled a bit because most of the players will have never stepped foot out at Erin Hills before, this year’s venue. The course has wide fairways, deep rough and countless bunkers around it, so a real challenge lies ahead. Will reigning US Open Champion Dustin Johnson be able to successfully retain his title? Bet £20 on the outright winner of the US Open and Get £5 Free Bet from Ladbrokes for Each Day! Bet a minimum of £20 Win, or £20 Each Way, on the Outright winner of the Golf US Open, between 17:00 Monday 12th June and 23:59 Wednesday 14th June, and receive a £5 free bet to use on any US Open market each day of the tournament.

US Open Golf Winner Betting Odds

Dustin Johnson 15/2, Rory McIlroy 12/1, Jason Day 12/1, Jordan Spieth 14/1, Jon Rahm 20/1, Rickie Fowler 22/1, Justin Rose 25/1, Sergio Garcia 25/1, Adam Scott 30/1, Henrik Stenson 30/1, Hideki Matsuyama 30/1, Justin Thomas 33/1, Brooks Koepka 45/1, Branden Grace 45/1, bar 50/1 Free bets will be awarded at the start of play each day and must be used in their entirety as a Win Single only. Cashout will not be available on this offer. Free bets must be used in their entirety as a Win Single on any market in the US Open and cannot be split into multiple stakes. This offer is open to both new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.
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Canadian Grand Prix 2017 betting odds & preview

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The next round of F1 action has arrived with the Canadian Grand Prix being hosted. This race will mark the return of Fernando Alonso after his run at the Indianapolis 500. He has put pressure on his Honda team by saying that they have to get competitive or else he will be leaving them at the end of the year. He didn't have a great return as he broke down in the first practice at the Canadian Grand Prix. The state of play in the Drivers Championship has Sebastian Vettel leading the way in his Ferrari with a 25 point lead over Lewis Hamilton. Vettel was again successful in the last race, when he took the title at Monaco, with Hamilton failing to make it to the podium. So that extended the German's lead in the World Championship and was his third victory of the year. He has still managed to get on the podium in every race. So Hamilton badly needs a response in this one now and he was quick in practice on Friday. That was a response that the team needed because the Mercedes were poor on Monaco, particularly Hamilton who was just lacking pace. But they seemed to be back on their mark in the first practice in Canada which will give Hamilton the chance to make up some ground on Vettel. Hamilton is running as even money favourite at Ladbrokes to take the win in the race, with Vettel at 15/8. Hamilton is the one with the form at the Canadian Grand Prix having won the last two editions of it in his Mercedes. He has won the race five times before and that is compared to just the one that Sebastian Vettel has won, back in 2013. So this is a race for which Hamilton has a clear affinity and he is an 8/11 punt to take Pole for the race with Vettel at 9/4. The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is a pretty unforgiving track because of the low grip and dust which punishes drivers who get just a little bit off line. So this is about driving on the edge, controlled and that suits Hamilton to a tee. So this is a reasonable chance for him to bounce back in the title race in, but still, it should boil down to a great battle between the Mercedes and Ferrari who look pretty untouchable over the rest of the field.

Canadian Grand Prix Betting Odds

Lewis Hamilton even money, Sebastian Vettel 15/8, Valtteri Bottas 9/2, Kimi Räikkönen 16/1, bar 50/1.

Canadian Grand Prix Pole Position Odds

Lewis Hamilton 8/11, Sebastian Vettel 9/4, Valtteri Bottas 3/1, Kimi Räikkönen 16/1, bar 100/1 Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.
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Ladbrokes Juventus v Real Madrid – Ronaldo or Higuain to score 25/1 enhanced odds

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There is plenty of top sport going on at the moment from the Champions Trophy cricket to the French Open Tennis. But it will be all eyes on Cardiff on Saturday night as Juventus and Real Madrid meet up for the final of this season’s UEFA Champions League. This is going to be an epic showdown between the brilliant attack of Real Madrid, which is of course led by Cristiano Ronaldo and the stalwart defence of Juventus which has conceded just three goals in this season’s campaign. But Real Madrid have scored in each of their 12 games in the competition this season and will likely be on the front foot. But as they showed against Barcelona in the semi finals, Juventus are devastating on the break and have a world class finisher in Gonzalo Higuain. Register an account with Ladbrokes and take 25/1 enhanced odds on either Ronaldo or Higuain to score. PLUS Money Back as a free bet if it loses. This is a new customer exclusive offer only from the bookmaker. Register an account and deposit a minimum of £5, then place your first bet as a single bet of £1 on Ronaldo or Higuain to score in 90 minutes(25/1) in the Juventus V Real Madrid Champions League Final on Saturday 3rd June. Maximum one qualifying bet per customer. Winning bets will be settled at the standard price and the additional winnings from the enhanced price paid into your account within 24 hours. The extra winnings from Ladbrokes will be paid in Free Bet tokens. If the bet loses, Ladbrokes will refund your stake up to £1 as a free bet, paid into your account within 24 hours.
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PDC Darts World Cup Betting 2017 Winner Odds & Predictions

Darts Betting
The seventh edition of the PDC Darts World Cup is being contested over the weekend, but it kicks off on Thursday, June 1st. The tournament runs through to the fourth and is being hosted out at the Eissporthalle in Frankfurt, Germany. This is organised by the PDC and it is a 32-team tournament with the winners sharing the main prize of £60,000. So not a bad weekend’s work at all then really. This, of course, is the rare darts event where you will see nations competing against each other and this is for two-man teams and a chance for players to represent their country. There were changes to the format last year with the group stage being eliminated as the tournament switched to a straight knockout right from the off. For the first round there is the best of nine legs doubles; the second round, quarter final and semi finals sees two best of seven legs single matches. If there is a tie then there is a best of seven legs double match to settle things. For the Final itself three points are needed to win the title. There two best of seven legs singles matches followed by a best of seven doubles match.

PDC Darts World Cup Betting Odds

Netherlands 7/5, Scotland 7/4, England 6/1, Australia 28/1, Wales 40/1, Belgium 33/1, Northern Ireland 40/1, Austria 40/1, Germany 80/1, bar 100/1

PDC Darts World Cup Promotion

Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer. Ladbrokes run 5-team (or bigger) accumulator insurance as well on selected matches on the Match Betting Market where you will get MONEY BACK as a free bet up to £25 if one team lets you down.

PDC Darts World Cup Seeds & Teams

1 Scotland: Gary Anderson and Peter Wright 2 England: Adrian Lewis and Dave Chisnall 3 Netherlands: Michael van Gerwen and Raymond van Barneveld 4 Wales: Gerwyn Price and Mark Webster 5 Australia: Simon Whitlock and Kyle Anderson 6 Northern Ireland: Daryl Gurney and Brendan Dolan 7 Austria: Mensur Suljović and Rowby-John Rodriguez 8 Belgium: Kim Huybrechts and Ronny Huybrechts

PDC Darts World Cup Preview

So this is the seventh edition of the PDC Darts World Cup and England have won four of the previous six. It has been the pairing of Phil Taylor and Adrian Lewis which has gained so much success for England at the tournament and last year they battled their way past Michael van Gerwen and Raymond van Barneveld for the Netherlands. It is worth noting that there is a big change for England this time around as there is no Phil Taylor. He has stepped aside and so the English team go with Dave Chisnall pairing up with Adrian Lewis. That has obviously seen their odds drift a little bit, but that having been said, they are still an appealing price to come through the pack and win the thing outright as an underdog. Chisnall finished fifth in this season’s Premier League Darts with Lewis finishing eighth. They may be underestimated. The powerhouse nation of darts is the Netherlands and that is pretty much because of Michael van Gerwen who just about wins everything that he enters. MVG won the Premier League again this season after beating out Peter Wright in the final. He is back with his old buddy Raymond van Barneveld for the Netherlands and they have experience in the tournament, winning it in 2014 when they beat the partner of Taylor and Lewis. Without Taylor around, that should swing further favouritism to the 7/5 outright favourites at bet365 to win the PDC Darts World Cup 2017. They are the only nation alongside England to have won it before as Raymond Van Barneveld won the inaugural edition with Co Stompe back in 2010. Scotland makes for a very interesting team in this one with Gary Anderson and Peter Wright teaming up. Both were very strong in the Premier League this season and they can pack a punch here and they beat out England to second favourites behind the Dutch going into the tournament. The Scots, with this very pairing, did get to the 2015 final where they were stopped by the English and there is no reason that they Scottish duo can’t get back there this weekend. They will be carrying form forward and they are a very solid punt. The main challengers then behind the big three for the PDC Darts World Cup are Wales and Australia. The Australians are running with Simon Whitlock and Kyle Anderson for the tournament, while the Welsh are being represented by Gerwyn Price and Mark Webster. But then they, along with the Belgians are a big, big price to get the title on the board because it is going to be a massive upset if either the Netherlands, England or Scotland don’t walk away with the title.

PDC Darts World Cup Draw

Scotland are top seeds for the tournament and that means they get the most comfortable draw, which is all important because it leaves England and the Netherlands paired up in the bottom half of the draw. Those two would meet at the semi final stage of the competition and realistically, neither of them should have a problem getting there, but England does have the easier quarter to get through. Scotland should sail through their quarter with their first tricky test likely to come against the Belgians in the quarter finals. But then it would be only one of the longer shots like Australia or Wales waiting for them in the semi finals. They have a real shot at this.

PDC Darts World Cup Prediction

Scotland at 7/4 with Ladbrokes looks a very sound bet to get out of this with the title because frankly, the draw is heavily on their side in his one. With both Peter Wright and Gary Anderson having had very good Premier League seasons, they can handle themselves in this quick fire pressure of straight knockouts. It should be close between them and the Netherlands, but Scotland are value.
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