2022 World Grand Prix Darts Betting Odds Slip For Michael van Gerwen
Michael van Gerwen is losing support to win the upcoming BoyleSports World Grand Prix darts title after the draw for this year’s renewal.
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The Dutchman has won the Premier League, the Matchplay and a World Series event this year but he has been eased out to 7/1 from 7/2 for the double-start event, which will be played at Leicester’s Morningside Arena and runs from October 3rd – 9th.
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Number one seed Gerwyn Price goes into the event buoyed by an amazing victory at the World Series of Darts Finals in Amsterdam earlier this month and BoyleSports have now clipped the Welshman into 4/1 favourite from 9/2, after the former world champion was handed a first round assignment against Germany’s Martin Schindler. That makes Price the new favourite after taking over from van Gerwen.
Runner-up in 2020, Dirk van Duijvenbode is rated at 28/1 to go one better ahead of his first round clash with defending champion Jonny Clayton.
The Ferret is yet to win a ranking event this year and has drifted out to 12/1 from 8/1 in the betting to successfully defend his crown having won the 2021 title beating fellow countryman Gerwyn Price 5-1 in the final.
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Premier League runner-up Joe Cullen is another who has been eased out in the betting to 28/1 from 14/1 and will face recent World Cup winner Damon Heta.
Dave Chisnall will face Dimitri Van den Bergh in the opening round with Chizzy already clipped into 28/1 from 50/1 following his victory in the Belgian Darts Open which included a brilliant 9-darter.
Sarah Kinsella, spokesperson for BoyleSports, said: “The draw for the 2022 BoyleSports World Grand Prix was made on Monday afternoon and five-time champion Michael van Gerwen has drifted in the betting.
“The Dutchman has enjoyed some brilliant victories this year but has been eased out to 7/1 from the original 7/2 favourite.
“The Iceman warmed up in spectacular fashion in Amsterdam and is the new favourite at 4/1 from 9/2, while defending champion Jonny Clayton has been eased out to 12/1 from 8/1.”
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