As football’s international break gets off to a slow start, we shift our attention to the darts as the World Grand Prix rolls around.
It’s a 9/1 shot on the oche this Monday night in the Acca of the Day:
- Krzysztof Ratajski to beat Nathan Aspinall
- Rob Cross over 1.5 180s v Peter Wright
- Gary Anderson v Ian White over 2.5 sets
- Jose De Sousa to beat Glen Durrant 2-0
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Monday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Krzysztof Ratajski to beat Nathan Aspinall
Ratajski is lethal on the doubles.
Aspinall is probably a better all-around player but could come unstuck against the accuracy of the “Polish Eagle”.
The slight upset is on the cards here with Ratajski slipping through to the second round.
Rob Cross over 1.5 180s v Peter Wright
Wright’s game is well suited to the Grand Prix despite “Snakebite” not picking up a title in nine attempts.
Cross has fallen in and out of form in 2021 but when he finds his rhythm is a joy to watch.
We’re expecting “Voltage” to nail at least a pair of 180s.
Gary Anderson v Ian White over 2.5 sets
Anderson’s lack of a Grand Prix title sticks out on his resume like a sore thumb.
The “Flying Scotsman” can get stuck around his doubles and a player like Ian White is a prime candidate for an upset.
“Diamond” is a fantastic price in the outrights to spring a surprise, but we’re playing safer and backing a 2-1 either way.
Jose De Sousa to beat Glen Durrant 2-0
Except for the odd miscount, Jose De Sousa is playing near-perfect darts on the PDC Tour.
You can say quite the opposite of Glen Durrant – “Duzza” has fallen off a cliff since winning the 2020 Premier League.
We can’t see anything but a 2-0 win for De Sousa here.