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2021 Darts World Matchplay Betting Tips

2021 Darts World Matchplay Betting Tips

Following a six week break from live televised action, the darts makes a welcome return this weekend when the biggest event of the year so far, the World Matchplay, gets underway. Not in Milton Keynes as it did 12 months ago, but at its traditional home at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool.

What’s more, fans should be in attendance. The PDC are hopeful that they will be able to host a reduced capacity for the first two days followed by a full house from Monday July 19 onward and, as we know, this is one of those noisy events that the crowd really help to make.

A field of 32 are ready to fight it out for the Phil Power trophy in this year’s Matchplay which gets underway on the 17th of July and runs all the way through to the 25th of July.

Gerwyn Price, Michael van Gerwen, Peter Wright, Gary Anderson and defending champion Dimitri Van den Bergh are all in town to contest or defend the PDC’s second longest running major which was first staged in 1994 and, along with the Darts Premier League and Darts World Championships makes up darts’ triple crown.

The top 16 players from the PDC Order of Merit, who are all seeded for the event, must each play one of the 16 qualifiers from the ProTour Order of Merit.

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12/1 shot Van den Bergh, known as the Dream Maker, was a shock winner last year and now represents part of a new continental European threat that has emerged over the past year and has resulted in us seeing more winners hailing from places other than the UK or the Netherlands.

The same would also apply to Jose De Sousa of Portugal, the surprise winner of the 2020 Grand Slam and Premier League of Darts finalist.

It’s great to see darts popularity grow overseas and De Sousa has actually been priced up as the third favourite at 7/1 with bet365 (accurate as of July 15th at 4pm). The Special One opens up his campaign against Germany’s Gabriel Clemens on Sunday and it really wouldn’t be a surprise if he puts together a deep run at this year’s event.

Ahead of him in the betting are, of course, Michael van Gerwen and Gerwyn Price.

Despite not winning a title all season, Michael van Gerwen is the favourite to win what would be his third World Matchplay.

Mighty Mike is struggling for form at present and is in the middle of a dry spell. Even so, the form that he has been famed for could return at any point and its never truly safe to bet against the Dutchman.

He has set such high standards over the past half a decade but hasn’t looked himself for the past two seasons and it’s possible the return of fans will help with that. bet365 have MVG priced at around 9/2 (accurate as of July 15th at 4pm) which in truth feels a little short, even for a performer of his quality.

Reigning world champion and world number one, Gerwyn Price will be chomping at the bit to get out there and make up for lost time after he was forced to miss out on the Darts Premier League at the last minute.

Price fully accepts that his World Matchplay record is not as good as it should be for a man of his qualities but is reckoning on that changing in this year’s renewal in Blackpool. So far, the Iceman has never made it past the quarter finals and that came in his debut back in the summer of 2015.

The ex-Rugby pro made it to round two a year later but has been dumped out in round one ever since. His form in this tourney doesn’t match his talent and after not getting a shot at this year’s Premier League, he will be desperate to make his considerable mark on this year’s Matchplay.

Because of his enforced absence from the oche, we haven’t seen too much of Price recently so it’s hard to call what kind of form he is in meaning the 5/1 on his head may generous but also might be best avoided.

In theory, despite what his record suggests, this event should be perfect for his larger than life personality and fighting qualities, especially the proximity to the fans with whom he shares a love loathe relationship which usually fuels him.

In Price’s absence, his compatriot and World Cup winning partner Jonny Clayton has really come to prominence. Back in January the Ferret won his first televised PDC title when he took down the Darts Masters.

That result meant that he qualified for the Premier League of Darts, an event he would also go on to win. For Clayton to pick up his third solo PDC title and fourth overall, bet365 are offering 14/1 which looks very tempting (accurate as of July 15th at 4pm).

Both the Ferret and the Iceman will star on opening night, taking on Matchplay debutant Dirk van Duijvenbode and Jermaine Wattimena, respectively. Wattimena replaces Mensur Suljovic who has withdrawn from the event due to medical reasons.

Peter Wright will need to wait until Sunday’s evening session to begin his campaign when he takes on Danny Noppert. Snakebite is another who seems to have gone off the boil in the absence of fans.

Early 2020, when he was world champion, he was playing his best darts in years and followed up his Ally Pally win with immediate success in that year’s Darts Masters. Then with the fans locked out, the wins went away. Hopefully his larger than character will thrive once again now he has his audience back. bet365 customers can get 7/1 on a Snakebite victory (accurate as of July 15th at 4pm).

Saturday’s first match gets underway at 19:00 UK time when Dave ‘Chizzy’ Chisnall faces Vincent van der Voort at the oche, prior to Go Go Jonny Clayton facing Dirk van Duijvenbode before Price steps out against Wattimena.

Opening night then concludes with defending champion Dimitri van den Bergh going up against South Africa’s Devon Petersen. Round one continues on Sunday when Rob Cross, James Wade, Michael Smith and Peter Wright all step out, while Michael van Gerwen and Gary Anderson all feature in Monday night’s fixtures.

World Matchplay Darts Daily Schedule

Saturday July 17

First Round (best of 19 legs)

  • Dave Chisnall v Vincent van der Voort
  • Jonny Clayton v Dirk van Duijvenbode
  • Gerwyn Price v Jermaine Wattimena
  • Dimitri Van den Bergh v Devon Petersen

Sunday July 18

First Round (best of 19 legs)

  • Krzysztof Ratajski v Brendan Dolan
  • Glen Durrant v Callan Rydz
  • Rob Cross v Ross Smith
  • James Wade v Luke Humphries
  • Joe Cullen v Chris Dobey
  • Michael Smith v Ryan Searle
  • Peter Wright v Danny Noppert
  • Jose de Sousa v Gabriel Clemens

Monday July 19 (1900 BST)

First Round (best of 19 legs)

  • Daryl Gurney v Ian White
  • Nathan Aspinall v Mervyn King
  • Michael van Gerwen v Damon Heta
  • Gary Anderson v Stephen Bunting

Tuesday July 20 (1900 BST)

Second Round (best of 21 legs)

  • Cross/R Smith v Durrant/Rydz
  • Wade/Humphries v Ratajski/Dolan
  • Price/Wattimena v Clayton/Van Duijvenbode
  • Van den Bergh/Petersen v Chisnall/Van der Voort

Wednesday July 21 (1900 BST)

Second Round (best of 21 legs)

  • M Smith/Searle v De Sousa/Clemens
  • Anderson/Bunting v Aspinall/King
  • Van Gerwen/Heta v Gurney/White
  • Wright/Noppert v Cullen/Dobey

Thursday July 22 (1900 BST)

Quarter-Finals (Best of 31 legs)

  • 2 x Quarter Finals

Friday July 23 (1900 BST)

Quarter-Finals (Best of 31 legs)

  • 2 x Quarter Finals

Saturday July 24 (1900 BST)

Semi-finals (Best of 33 legs)

  • 2 x Semi Finals

Sunday July 25 (2030 BST)

Final (Best of 35 legs)

  • Winner Semi-Final 1 v Winner Semi-final 2

QUICK GLANCE AT THE DARTS WORLD MATCHPLAY

Venue: Winter Gardens, Blackpool

Dates: July 17 – July 25

Format: Best of 19, 21, 31,33 and 35 legs

Current Champion: Dimitri Van Den Bergh

Where To Watch: Sky Sports

When To Watch: (13:00 and 1900 UK)

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A Darting Recap Of the Year So Far

A Darting Recap Of the Year So Far

As we step into July, now is as good a time as any to have a quick and concise look back at what’s happened so far in 2021.

Obviously, it’s been another broken year so far and no one quite knows what’s around the corner but with well over half the UK population now receiving both vaccinations, hopefully normality is just around the corner.

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The government are hopeful that all current restrictions will be lifted by the 19th of July, which is just two days after the World Matchplay gets underway in Blackpool. 

But, broken as it is, let’s look back at what has happened so far in this first six months of darts in 2021.

2021 so far

The year started, as it always does, at the Ally Pally where, just a few days in, Gerwyn ‘The Iceman’ Price dislodged Mighty Michael van Gerwen as the world number one by beating Gary ‘The Flying Scotsman’ Anderson in the final of the World Championships to become the highest-ranked darter in the game.

By the end of the month, Price’s World Cup winning partner Go Go Jonny Clayton picked up his first ever televised PDC major when he successfully took don the Darts Masters which also came with the added bonus of awarding him the final Premier League of Darts place.

Save for a few Players Championship events, February — which is normally when the Darts Premier League gets underway — was largely void of darting action meaning we had to wait until early March for the UK Open

The third PDC main event of the season went the way of James ‘The Machine’ Wade, who beat Luke Humphries in the final which was held in Milton Keynes, which has become a temporary base for the PDC over the past 18 months.

April and May saw a hurried and rushed Premier League format return. Played nightly rather than weekly and all in the same venue, we eventually whittled the ten-man field down to two darters: Portuguese Jose De Sousa who was beaten by the eventual winner, Jonny Clayton. 

The event was missed by world champion Price after the world number one returned a positive test for Covid-19 on the eve of the Premier League and was forced to spend some time watching on from the sidelines.

Since then, in this condensed year, there have been a smattering of untelevised Player Championship events, which have seen successes for the likes of Jose De Sousa and Peter ‘Snakebite’ Wright.

But with the Alexandra Palace World Darts Championships, the Darts World Cup and the World Darts Matchplay still to come, there is still a lot more to look forward to in 2021.

Still To Come In 2021

World Matchplay

  • Winter Gardens, Blackpool, July 17-25

World Cup of Darts

  • Sparkassen-Arena, Jena, Germany, September 9-12

Nordic Darts Masters 

  • Forum Copenhagen, September 17-18

World Grand Prix 

  • Citywest Convention Centre, Dublin, October 3-9

World Series of Darts Finals

  • AFAS Live, Amsterdam, October 29-31

Players Championship Finals

  • Butlin’s Minehead Resort, November 26-28

PDC World Championship 2021

  • Alexandra Palace, December 15 – January 3
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