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All eyes are on the oche on Thursday as we throw together an 8/1 Acca of the Day at the World Cup of Darts:
- Netherlands -3.5 handicap v Denmark
- Wales to win 5-0 v Finland
- Poland -1.5 handicap v Czech Rep.
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Thursday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Netherlands -3.5 handicap v Denmark
With Michael van Gerwen and Dirk van Duijvenbode representing Netherlands at this year’s World Cup of Darts, it’s hard to see this dynamic duo struggle with the Danes.
MVG is already a three-time winner of the World Cup, but will have to do it for the first time without his mate, Raymond van Barneveld, in Jena.
Andreas Toft Jørgensen and Niels Heinsøe represent Denmark – both lacking in any real experience under the lights of the televised oche.
Expect the Dutchmen to fly through this opener, dropping one leg, max.
Wales to win 5-0 v Finland
Defending champions Wales have two of the most in-form players wearing the dragon.
Gerwyn Price, 2021 World Champion, and Jonny Clayton, 2021 Premier League champion, won this title back in 2020 and are strong contenders to do the double.
Marko Kantele is the most experienced of the Finnish pairing, advancing to the second round of the World Cup just once in eight attempts.
Price and Clayton aren’t expected to go easy on Thursday – expect a Welsh rout as the “Iceman” flexes his muscles.
Poland -1.5 handicap v Czech Rep.
Poland are a capable nation at the World Cup.
Krzysztof Ratajski and Krzysztof Kciuk are talented and experienced on the big stage, with the former up to #11 in the world rankings.
It won’t be a breeze against the Czechs – Adam Gawlas is tipped to be one of the brightest young stars on the circuit – but they should have enough to advance with a 1.5 leg handicap.