There are four matches that are being played as part of the Champions League of Darts this Saturday, and they will all be starting just one single hour apart.
If you are of the mind that you fancy not only watching those televised darts matches but also fancy playing a bet on them then below I will give you an insight into the odd on offer each of the two players in those four matches.
The 13:15 match is one in which it is Rob Cross who is the 4/7 favourite to win that match whilst his opponent Mensur Suljovic is on offer at odds of 11/8. The next match being played on the 22nd of September at 14:15 and that is the match in which Peter Wright is the 1/3 favourite to win and his opponent on offer at 12/5 to win that match is Simon Whitlock.
If you are watching the 15:15 match between Gary Anderson and Daryl Gurney be aware that Betfred are currently going 3/10 on Anderson and 5/2 on Gurney and the last match of the day on Saturday is the 16:15 match in which Michael Van Gerwen is expected to easily beat Dave Chisnall so much so his win odds in that match are 1/9 and the odds on Chisnall are 11/2!
Group A Winner Betting
You can of course back the winner of each individual group of players in the Champions League of Dart and those are probably where you are going to find the best value if you do fancy a punt on some of the less fancied dart players.
However, let me take a look at Group A and it will not surprise you to learn that it is Van Gerwen, at 4/11 who is expected to top that group, but if you fancy the chances of Anderson, Gary be is 3/1, and you can get 18/1 on both Gurney and Chisnall too.
Outright Winner Betting
There will be no surprises if you fancy betting on the outright winner of the Champions League of Darts, for it is of course Michael Van Gerwen who leads that particular betting market but his odds on winning are fairly decent to be honest at 5/6.
Just keep in mind though that Betfred do allow you to bet each-way too and by doing so you get one third the win odds if your chosen darts player finishes in first or second place.
That therefore means you should consider backing at the very least one of the other players who may just sneak into a place position or could even upstage Van Gerwen too.
If that is something you fancy doing then allow me to quickly rattle through the odds associated with each of the other players. You will find Gary Anderson on offer at 9/2, Rob Cross must surely have an outstanding chance of coming second at the very least and his outright win odds are 6/1.
A few other players to consider include Peter Wright who odds are tempting being as they are 8/1 and you can also back Mensure Suljovic at12/1, all other players are currently 40/1 bar!