Back the ‘Bully Boy’ to progress in the Grand Slam


Tonight sees Michael Smith and Ted Hankey lock horns in what is a crucial Group H match in the Grand Slam of Darts, and we fancy the youngster to come out on top at 4/5 (SkyBet).

Smith is leading the head-to-head stats 3-0 and that is a trend which we think will continue tonight.

He has been playing well so far in the tournament; throwing brilliantly against Dave Chisnall and whilst he lost to Scott Waites, he still has a 95 tournament average which is not to be sniffed at.

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Wes Newton should cover handicap against Kist

The Grand Slam of Darts continues tonight with four more matches and if we get a repeat of last night’s excitement we are in for another cracking night of darts!

We’ve previewed each match once again and tried to highlight the value where we see it…

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Trust King to get the better of The Machine

We had 6 winning bets from 8 in last night’s William Hill Grand Slam of Darts tips and we’ve got another 8 matches to get stuck into as the round robin stage draws to a close.

Whilst a race to 5 legs (best of 9) often throws up the occasional shock if a player starts slowly, we think the following bets represent some good value on day 4 of the Grand Slam of Darts…

In the opener Arron Monk should have no problems against the Dutch Jan Dekker, a player who has been terribly disappointing losing both his games so far by a 5-1 margin. Monk beat James Wade by the same scoreline earlier in the group and 4/7 (Ladbrokes) looks good value here, as does the -1.5 leg handicap (Evs, Boylesports).

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Anderson & Newton value in 180 markets | Grand Slam of Darts Betting

The William Hill Grand Slam of Darts continues tonight at the Wolverhampton Civic Hall and there’s another 8 matches to get stuck into, all live on Sky Sports.

Whilst a race to 5 legs (best of 9) can throw up some shocks in the earlier rounds, we’ve tried to pick out the value on some of the key matches…

Terry Jenkins was poor against Wesley Harms on Sunday afternoon going down 5-2, but we expect The Bull to bounce back quickly and will be snapping up William Hill‘s 1/2 for him to beat Martin Phillips in the 2nd game of the night.

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SkyBet Mobile World Matchplay Darts – Betting Preview

This year’s World Matchplay Darts tournament will be sponsored by SkyBet, who have taken over from long-term sponsors Stan James.

The PDC’s top 32 players will compete for the 18th World Matchplay title (and the £100,000 winners’ cheque!) at The Winter Gardens in Blackpool; what better place to hold such a prestigious darts event than the famous Empress Ballroom.

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