The 2022 World Series of Darts Finals starts on Friday and we’ve plucked out some tempting tips as well as previewing the action.
All eyes are on Amsterdam this weekend in the darting world as a mixed bag of the PDC’s best head to the AFAS Live Arena.
24 players will be competing in the World Series of Darts Finals and a share of a whopping £300,000 prize fund, as Jonny Clayton looks to fend off the attack of other players in defending his title from 2021.
The top eight in the World Series Order of Merit are joined by eight invitees and eight Tour Card Holder Qualifiers in these finals that will be televised live on ITV4.
Let’s take a look at some of the best value bets from the 2022 World Series of Darts Finals:
Michael van Gerwen to win the 2022 World Series of Darts Finals at 4/1 with bet365
After winning the Matchplay this past summer, MVG has dragged his improved form halfway across the world.
The Dutchman has enjoyed positive showings in New Zealand and Australia – picking up another title and win over Gerwyn Price – and heads to Amsterdam in good spirits.
“Mighty Mike” will have the backing of the Dutch crowd inside the AFAS Arena and find himself in a preferable side of the draw.
A quarter-final tussle with Jonny Clayton is likely to decide who wins his half of the draw, but 4/1 is too good to ignore for van Gerwen to add this title to his collection and make it number five at the World Series of Darts Finals.
Simon Whitlock to beat Danny Noppert at 6/5 with bet365
Simon Whitlock has been handed tough draws over the summer in the World Series of Darts events, but has registered impressive wins against Michael van Gerwen (twice) and James Wade since the start of August.
The “Wizard” is a gritty match-player and will fancy his chances in Amsterdam if he can pick up and early upset over Danny Noppert.
Whitlock has twice reached the quarter-finals at the World Series of Darts Finals and a 6/5 win over Danny Noppert to open up his campaign looks a good bet.
Noppert won this year’s UK Open but has lost four of his last five matches, beating only lowly-ranked Jose Justicia.
Dave Chisnall to beat Jamie Hughes 6-2 at 5/1 bet365
We fully expect Dave Chisnall to advance to the quarter-finals, and there is a good chance that the heavy-scoring “Chizzy” could do it at a canter.
The St. Helens player has a Masters final to his name already in 2022 and will take heart from Hughes winning just two of his last eight matches.
Chisnall has shown good form in recent European Tour events, losing to only Joe Cullen and Jonny Clayton in seven matches.
Chisnall has forever been the bridesmaid of the PDC and is a lengthy 25/1 to break his title duck.
* Betting odds correct at the time of publication. All odds are subject to changes.
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