2021 World Series of Darts Finals Overview
|Tournament Name||2021 World Series of Darts Finals|
|When||Friday, 29 October – Sunday, 31 October 2021|
|Where||AFAS Arena, Amsterdam|
|Live Streaming||Live on ITV4|
|2020 Winner||Gerwyn Price|
|2021 Ante Post Favourites||Gerwyn Price & Michael van Gerwen|
The stars of the PDC will align on the AFAS Arena stage in Amsterdam, as the seventh edition of the World Series of Darts Finals lights up the end of October.
A mixed 24-player field of invites, Order of Merit qualifiers, international representatives and Tour Card Holder qualifiers will slug it out over five rounds to pick up the trophy and £70,000 winners prize.
Gerwyn Price is the defending champion from 2020, with only the Welshman, James Wade and Michael van Gerwen (x4) winning this title since it’s birth in 2015.
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2021 World Series of Darts Finals – Competition Format
Five rounds are played at the World Series of Darts Finals, with the eight invited seeds advancing to the second round with byes.
Each round is leg play, following this format:
1st Round: Best of 11 legs
2nd Round: Best of 11 legs
Quarter-finals: Best of 19 legs
Semi-finals: Best of 21 legs
Final: Best of 21 legs
Who Are The Favourites For The 2021 World Series of Darts Finals?
- Gerwyn Price (3/1) – “Iceman” Price added the World Series of Darts Finals to his growing collection last year and is the favourite to scoop up 2021’s edition. The world number one is an excellent TV player and thrives under pressure.
- Michael van Gerwen (3/1) – MVG has won four of the six editions of the World Series of Darts Finals and can never be written off whatever form he’s in. “Mighty Mike” is yet to pick up a major title in 2021 and will be eager to put that right.
- Peter Wright (6/1) – Wright lost in the final of the World Series of Darts Finals in both 2015 and 2016, and reached the final in the 2020 edition. “Snakebite” has already won the World Cup and World Matchplay this season and is in good form.
- Jonny Clayton (9/1) – “The Ferret” is the most improved player on the PDC circuit by some distance and has already won three titles in 2021. This is only his third appearance at the World Series of Darts Finals, losing in the first round and the quarter-finals in previous attempts.
2021 World Series of Darts Finals – Top Stats
- Only three players have won the World Series of Darts Finals: Michael van Gerwen, James Wade and Gerwyn Price.
- Peter Wright has the most final appearances as the World Series of Darts Finals without winning (2).
- Dave Chisnall holds the highest one-match average at the World Series of Darts Finals with 112.94 in 2016 against Kim Huybrechts.
- This is the second year that the World Series of Darts Finals have been held in Amsterdam – previously, Glasgow, Scotland and Austria.
- The last time the World Series of Darts Finals was played in the Netherlands there was an all-Dutch final (Michael van Gerwen 11-2 Danny Noppert).
2021 World Series of Darts Finals – What To Bet On
- Outright Winner – Who will win the 2021 World Series of Darts Finals? There will be some tasty prices available in this 24-player field.
- 9 Dart Finish – Will there be a ‘perfect’ 9-dart finish in the tournament or in a particular match? You’ll get pretty tasty odds in both of these markets.
- First Time Winner – Will there be a new set of hands clasping the World Series of Darts Finals trophy this season? Only Michael van Gerwen, James Wade and Gerwyn Price have won this tournament before.
- To Win Quarter – Which player will win their particular quarter of the draw and advance to the semi-finals? Keep your eyes on the draw bracket.
- Most 180s in the Tournament – Which player will record the most maximums at the 2021 World Series of Darts Finals?
2021 World Series of Darts Finals – FAQ’s
*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication and are subject to change.