As the summer sizzles up and down the country, the arrows are red hot inside Blackpool’s Winter Gardens.
The World Matchplay is one of the biggest prizes up for grabs in the darts calendar, and there are plenty of players in with a shout as the first round wraps up on Monday evening.
We’ve pulled together a fantastic 6/1 Acca for three of the standout matches in Blackpool on Monday.
- Daryl Gurney v Ian White – Over 16.5 legs
- Nathan Aspinall to beat Mervyn King
- Stephen Bunting to beat Gary Anderson
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Monday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Daryl Gurney v Ian White – Over 16.5 legs
We expect this encounter to go down to the wire.
White is a former quarter-finalist at the World Matchplay and should relish being unseeded in Blackpool with a little pressure off of his shoulders.
Gurney has the pedigree on the big stage but can often come unstuck under pressure, and mess around on his doubling.
The win is a coin toss, so sticking with the over legs market looks the most sensible here!
Nathan Aspinall to beat Mervyn King
The “Asp” is a joy to watch.
The Stockport thrower is up to number 11 in the world and should have the firepower to sweep the experienced King to one side.
With the loud fans inside the sweltering Winter Gardens, expect Aspinall to deal with this occasion a little better than King.
Stephen Bunting to beat Gary Anderson
Bunting is fresh off the back of his first PDC title since 2015 and will be brimming with confidence in Blackpool.
Anderson has reached the final in two of the last three years but the ‘Bullet’ should fire under pressure here, and a small upset looks on the cards.
Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.