BoyleSports World Grand Prix Round 1 Tips & Odds – Tuesday Night
In this post you can find all our BoyleSports World Grand Prix Round 1 tips and odds ahead of the second night of action on Tuesday.
BoyleSports World Grand Prix Round 1 Preview – Tuesday Night
Joe Cullen vs Mike De Decker
|Cullen v De Decker Odds|
|Mike De Decker||5/4||44.4%|
World Number 11 Joe Cullen (31) had his best ranking event finish of the season last time out with a Semi-Final at the World Matchplay. He will want to improve on his 2020 Quarter-Final appearance at this event.
Mike De Decker (27) is an upcoming darts player who won his first match at a PDC World Championship beating Darius Labanauskas. This will be his first appearance at the World Grand Prix
Best Bet: Joe Cullen 2-0 @ 15/8
Dave Chisnall vs Luke Woodhouse
|Chisnall v Woodhouse Odds|
“Chizzy” has been playing darts since 1997 but at (43) he still is playing at the top of his game. At the time of writing, he is on fire with his darts extending his winning streak to eight matches. He could be coming to form for this event just at the right time.
CHIZZY CONTINUES HIS WINNING RUN! 💪
Dave Chisnall extends his winning run to eight matches with a 6-1 rout of Richard Veenstra, averaging over 106 in the process!
The top seed is safely through to the last 16 in Players Championship 23!
— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) September 28, 2023
Don’t let his current World Ranking (43) fool you, he has the darts game to challenge the best on his day. He most recently reached the fifth round of the UK Open.
Best Bet: Dave Chisnall 2-1 @ 11/5
Damonn Heta vs Ryan Searle
|Heta v Searle Odds|
World Number 13 Heta’s (36) best finish at this event was a Last 32 finish back in 2021 and 2022. However, at the recent World Matchplay, he got to the Quarter-Final and so could be coming to form
World Number 15 Searle (35) is one of the strongest scorers in the game on his night and a former World Grand Prix Quarter-Finalist back in 2021 and a 2023 World Matchplay Quarter-Finalist, he is one to watch in this match.
Best Bet: Ryan Searle @ 11/10
Dimitri van den Bergh vs Chris Dobey
|Van den Bergh v Dobey Odds|
|Dimitri van den Bergh||8/11||57.9%|
World Number 14 Van den Bergh (29) is a former major winner when he won the World Matchplay in 2020 his best performance at this event was in 2022 when he reached the Quarter-Final.
World Number 19 Chris Dobey (33) has shown some of his best form on the board this season with his best-ever finish in the World Championship and the World Matchplay both Quarter-Finalist finishes from this year.
Best Bet: Total Sets Odd @ 10/11
Peter Wright vs Gabriel Clemens
|Wright v Clemens Odds|
Snakebite Peter Wright despite being (53) is still one of the best players on tour ranked World Number 3. His best ranking event finish this year was a sixth-round elimination at the UK Open.
The German Giant is a serious darts player on his day, going all the way to the Semi-Finals of the World Championship earlier this year. His best finish at this event was the Last 16 in 2020/
Best Bet: Peter Wright 2-0 @ 15/8
Michael Van Gerwen vs Josh Rock
|Van Gerwen v Rock Odds|
|Michael van Gerwen||2/5||71.4%|
The Green Machine is already one of the greatest darts players of all time, if not the greatest and he still has plenty of life in him (34). A six-time winner of this event, he is likely to go far.
Speaking of darting sensations, Northern Irishman Rock (22) is already being tipped to be someone who will be dominating the game for years to come. This will be his first appearance at the event.
Best Bet: Total Sets Odd @ EVS
Jonny Clayton vs Ross Smith
|Clayton v Smith Odds|
The Ferret (48) is one of the best around today despite his advancing years and as a winner of the event in 2021, he will fancy his chances here.
Ross Smith has been playing professional darts since 2003 but has progressively improved reaching the Last 16 of this event in 2021 and 2022
Best Bet: Jonny Clayton 2-0 @ 15/8
Luke Humphries vs Daryl Gurney
|Humphries v Gurney Odds|
Humphries (28) is fast becoming one of the most dangerous players on tour, most recently reaching the Semi-Final of the World Matchplay. He has the game to win a major someday.
Gurney (37) always could put on some power-scoring performances and even won this event in 2017, had it not been for consistency and temperament issues he could’ve won more major titles.
Best Bet: Luke Humphries 2-0 @ 13/10
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