The Butlins camp over at Minehead will be playing host to the 2019 Ladbrokes Players Championship Finals, and that is bound to be a darts tournament that many of you out there will have an opinion on and may be about to place any number of bets on too.
With some 64 players that are taking part in that major darts tournament that does of course mean that there are going to be lots of individual matches being played, and most bookies sites are currently offering odds on each of the matches that will be in play on day one.
The one player that is expected to win this tournament in his own unusual fashion is of course Michael Van Gerwen but do not expect to find him on offer at huge odds to win, for the best odds I have seen being offered on him on the early betting markets is 5/4.
Below I will be enlightening you on some of the players that are worth backing on day one of this event which will be in play on the 22nd of this month. So please do read on and make sure you try and secure the bets odds on whatever aspect of this tournament you choose to bet on, by comparing odds from several of our featured betting sites.
Top Tips for Day One
I would consider placing an accumulator match and including several players on that bet to win their individual day one matches, as you can boost the value of your potential pay-outs by placing such a bet rather than betting on each player to win each match as single win bets.
As for three players that should win their match they are Dimitri van den Bergh who is being offered at odds of 4.5 to beat Stephen Bunting, and in the Harry Ward v Darius Labanauskas match it is the latter named player who is 1/2 to win that match and also consider backing Jose De Sousa who should beat James Richardson in their match and he is 2/5 to do so.
Plenty of Additional Betting Opportunities
Do not overlook some of the many additional day one match betting opportunities that are going to be on offer to you in this major darts tournament, as there are many player such as Glen Durrant who should win, and he is being offered at odds of 2/5 to beat Scott Baker in their day one darts match.
John Henderson looks a very reasonable bet at win odds of 4/5 to beat Ryan Joyce and the exact same odds are also being offered on Max Hopp who is the 4/5 favourite to beat Jelle Klaasen.
I think it safe to say that Dave Chisnall who is being offered at low odds of just 1/5 should beat Matthew Edgar on day one in their match and the same can also be said about Ian White who is being touted at odds of 2/5 to beat Devon Petersen on day one too.