PDC Championship Day 1 Future Betting

The action just keeps on coming on the professional darts circuit, and a week today you will of course have a plethora of betting opportunities coming your way on day one of the PDC Championship.

With Coral, one of our approved betting sites already offering odds on each of the first days matches in that major darts championship, there is some value waiting for you on their future betting market as you are about to find out.

The very first match that will be kicking off the PDC Championship will see Jeffrey de Zwaan and Nitin Kumar both hoping to win that match, however it has to be something of a foregone conclusion that de Zwaan will win that match as his odds of doing so are just 1/50!

That match by the way starts are 7:15pm, so if you are planning on watching it, then make sure you tune in on any of the TV channels that are showing it in good time.

It will be exactly one hour after the starting time of the above match that the next one will be in play and that from a betting point of view is a much better betting opportunity. That match is the Martin Schindler v Cody Harris match and it is Schindler that punters are backing to win it at odds of 4/7.

Jan Dekker v Lisa Ashton

The Jan Dekker v Lisa Ashton match should be a good one to watch too, for Dekker is certainly in form and with win odds of 4/11 should take this match quite easily!

However, Ashton isn’t going to go down without a fight and at win odds of 21/10 currently on offer if things do go her way she could help you win a decent sized winning payout if you do of course keep the faith and back her to win that match!

PDC Championship Outright Winner Betting

It may also be worth placing a few bets on the players you fancy to win the PDC Championship, for at Coral their futures betting market does have some decent odds attached to all players taking part in it, and they are offering one half of the win odds on the two players to make it to the final on their each-way betting market too.

Michael van Gerwen is however the 11/8 favourite to win that major darts tournament and following him in the futures betting market on hat tournament is Gary Anderson who looks a very reasonable bet as Coral are offering 3/1 odds on him winning it.

As for the chances of some other players, well you can back the likes of Peter Wright at odds of 9/1, Michael Smith is currently a 14/1 shot and Mensur Suljovic and Rob Cross are fairly easy to back right now but do have some very tempting odds on offer, especially if you fancy backing either of them each-way for those odds are 22/1!

One other player you may fancy backing each-way is Daryl Gurney and you will be rewarded with odds of 33/1 if you do choose to back him today.

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