Peter Wright v Vincent van der Voort Darts Winner Odds & Predictions

Peter Wright to continue hot streak of form

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World Matchplay Darts 2019 Preview – Monday, July 22nd at 10.00 pm

Peter Wright has surged back into some hot form with new darts in hand. He picked up three titles in four days at the Players Championship 20 just before the World Matchplay. So it is brilliant from that the Scotsman has. Can he translate it on to the bigger stage that is awaiting him at the Winter Gardens on Monday night?

Peter Wright v Vincent van der Voort Odds*

Peter Wright 2/7
Vincent van 11/4
* (betting odds taken from bet365 on July 19th, 2019 at 8:39 pm)

Can Snakebite blitz the first round of the World Matchplay?

At the Players Championship last week in Barnsley, Peter Wright was in stunning form. No-one could lay a glove on him in and he crushed Joe Cullen 8-1 in the final. He has also smashed a couple of other players in whitewashes at the event. In total, Wright conceded just the five legs in total across his final five matches of the tournament. The Players Championship 20 title added to the German Darts Masters crown earned last weekend and then the Players Championship 19 last Tuesday.

Total Legs Under 15.5


The key seems to have been a change of darts which he happy with the surge of form from him saw bookmakers shave his outright winner price into 9/1* (betting odds taken from bet365 on July 19th, 2019 at 8:39 pm). So it’s going to be all eyes on Snakebite who will feel that he is overdue a major title. His only one on the PDC was the UK Open in 2017. In the last four editions of the World Matchplay, Snakebite has not finished lower than the quarter-finals and was a losing semi-finalist twelve months ago.

Can the Dutch Destroyer pull off an upset?

Vincent van der Voort is always fun to watch. He has a machine-gun style of darts, which has seen him be referred to as the Fastest Player in the World. The Dutchman is not a player who you would expect to see at the business end of a major tournament like this. He has not been to the quarter-final of a major PDC title since he made the final eight at the 2016 Masters. As for World Matchplay history, his best effort was a quarter-final in 2009. Van der Voort hasn’t been past the second round in any of his other seven visits to the tournament.


It was some astonishing form that Snakebite put together in Barnsley. He was unplayable was massive three-dart averages going down. He shouldn’t be losing in a high profile tournament the first round Van der Voort. Peter Wright -3.4 handicap at 11/10* (betting odds taken from bet365 on July 19th, 2019 at 8:39 pm)