Thursday of this week will mark the start of the 2019 World Cup of Darts tournament, and savvy punters are already piling into the early betting markets, and plenty of bookies have opened up their betting markets on this event, so now is the time to try and work out which nation you think will win it.
The most obvious choice for many punters is a bet on the Netherlands to win this tournament, and that is a nation that many punters have been backing which has resulted in them now being the favourite to win, and the odds generally on offer on the Netherlands are 11/4.
For those of you in the UK that fancy the chances of some of the home nations that are competing in this darts tournament, well you can currently back both England and Scotland at odds of 3/1, as you will be placing a well thought out bet if you do back either of them as they are the second favourites currently to win.
Another team that has been attracting bits of support here and there is Wales, and if you fancy their chances of success you should get a move on and back them today as their odds may start to drop if they play well during the early stages of this tournament, and their current odds for reference are 13/2.
Each-Way Betting Available
As for whether there are any other types of bets and wagers that you can place on this tournament, well I would encourage you to head on over to the Coral betting site, for they currently have all manner of unique betting markets available upon it.
You will also have the opportunity of betting on any nation each-way to win this event, rather than only being allowed to back a team to win it outright, and Coral are going one half of the win odds on place parts of an each-way bet and will be paying out to two places too this year.
Other Nations in With a Chance
I will not give you some idea as to the odds that are available on some of the other fancied teams, starting with Northern Ireland who look an interesting each-way bet it does have to be said at their current odds of 12/1.
It is then Austria at 20/1 who are next in the betting and both Australia and Belgium are 25/1 to win this tournament, but I feel it will be a shock result if either of those two teams did go on to win it.
As for just how high the odds are on Germany, they are a 33/1 shot, and if you fancy the chances of the Republic of Ireland, they are very easy to back right now at 50/1 and Poland are on offer at the odds of 66/1.
The other teams that are going to be part of this tournament are available at the Coral betting site at odds of at least 200/1, but those other teams obviously have only a tiny chance of success.