The PDC World Darts Championships are underway and we have daily tips for the tournament on site, as well as a full tournament preview. Today we have a tasty looking four-fold which has been boosted from 12/1 to 14/1
PDC World Darts Day 3 Tips
- Richie Burnett to win – 8/11
- Ryan Meikle to win 3-0 – 19/10
- Cameron Menzies – 1.5 hcp – 4/7
- Josh Rock to win 3-0 – 8/11
The darts continues from Alexandra Palace. We’ve taken a look at the last afternoon game and the three evening matches and put together a nice little four-fold for you to cheer on.
Richie Burnett to win – 8/11
The old warhorse Richie Burnett (8/11) takes on Adam Gawlas (11/10) in the last of the Saturday afternoon matches.
The 20-year-old Czech player was tipped as one of the next big things on tour but has struggled to kick on this year, with a best result this season of a fourth round in the UK Open.
This is his first appearance at the World’s and he may be prone to a bout of nerves on the biggest of stages.
One man who has been there and done that is Wales’ Richie Burnett. The 55-year-old former World Champion has had a decent enough year on the pro tour, with some decent wins, including a 6-3 win over Gawlas back in October.
Ryan Meikle to win 3-0 – 19/10
The first match of Saturday evening sees an all English affair as Ryan Meikle (1/4) takes on qualifier and women’s darting legend, Lisa Ashton (3/1).
The English Rose is the only female player to ever legitimately win a full PDC tour card and boasts four world titles, 12 majors and 105 total titles. However, she has never been past the first round of the PDC World’s.
Meikle reached the fourth round of the UK open this year, as well as the semi finals of the Players Championships 27 and is a man with his career on the up.
‘The Barber’ reached the 2nd round for the first time last season and has had some decent recent results, beating the likes of Kim Huybrechts, Joe Cullen and Gary Anderson at Barnsley Metrodome.
The 26-year-old’s match averages look consistently above Ashton’s and I think he has enough class to win 3-0 here.
Cameron Menzies – 1.5 hcp – 4/7
Next up, we have Cameron Menzies (1/4), taking on Brazil’s Diogo Portela (3/1) in a match the Scot is expected to win comfortably.
The 33-year-old beat much fancied Josh Rock in the recent Players Championship finals and has registered two nine darters this season.
This will be his debut at Ally Pally but he should have too much for the qualifier. The 34-year-old Rio native has had some tough draws in recent years in London and has gone out in the first round in four of his last five games.
I think Portela may nick a set but am taking Menzies on the -1.5 handicap.
Josh Rock to win 3-0 – 8/11
Speaking of Josh Rock (1/14), the Northern Irishman is the most hyped dark horse of this competition and is as short as 14/1 to win the whole thing.
First up, he has to get past Spaniard José Justicia in the first round. The 33-year-old reached the 2nd round back in 2020 and also reached the 3rd round of the UK Open this year.
21-year-old Rock, meanwhile, has had a superb season, winning the World Youth Championship, with an average of 104 and hitting a nine darter in the Grand Slam of Darts against Michael van Gerwyn.
Rock is undoubtedly the future of darts and he should have enough firepower to win this one 3-0.
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