It’s Never Too Early to Bet on the PDC World Championship

The next PDC World Championship is of course taking place in 2020, and whilst many punters will not even consider placing bets on any players they fancy the chances of winning that major darts tournament until much later on in the year or even next year, some punters will be tempted by the high odds being offered on the futures betting markets that are available right now.

Paddy Power are famed for their huge range of futures and ante post betting markets, and with outright winner odds being offered and as they are also offering each-way betting terms on the PDC World Championship of one half the win odds and paying out to two places too, you may fancy having a long term bet today.

If so then by making use of the futures betting market that Paddy Power do have on offer you are going to be able to back players such as the current red-hot favourite to win that tournament at some decent odds, and that current favourite is of course Michael van Gerwen and his odds are 11/10.

Keep in mind though that all of the odds on each player to win the PDC World Championship next year are going to be subject to change at any time, but another couple of players that stand out at decent odds at this stage in the betting are Gary Anderson and Rob Cross both chalked up at odds of 8/1!

Michael Smith A Fair Bet

Any darts players could of course go on to win the PDC World Championship next year, and you may have your own idea of just which player you think is going to do so and Michael Smither does look a fair bet at his current Paddy Power odds of 12/1.

Peter Wright certainly does know how to play a good game of darts, however his isn’t being backed currently and as such that has resulted in his outright winner odds on the PDC World Championship next year being high in value at 20/1, which by the way are also the odds being offered on Gerwyn Price too.

Other Odds and Players to Consider

Moving onto some of the next players that are available at some decent odds, but possibly being players that some punters may be much more interested in backing each way at this rather early stage of the betting, you have the like of Daryl Gurney at 25/1.

A case could also be made for players such as Glen Durrant, Adrian Lewis, Mensur Suljovic and Phil Taylor but there is no getting away from the simple fact they will have to all up their respective game somewhat if they are to beat the odds and win this major darts tournament, and for reference they can all be backed at odds of 33/1 right now at the Paddy Power betting site.

As for the odds that are on offer on players such as James Wade, well he is a 40/1 shot and you can also bag odds as high as 50/1 on darts players such as Dimitri van den Bergh and Nathan Aspinall too.

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