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 is boosted out to 6/1
PDC World Darts Day 4 Tips
- Luke Woodhouse to win 3-0 – 4/7
- Mike de Decker to win – 4/6
- Scott Williams +1.5 Hcp – 1/2
- Matt Campbell to win – 1/2
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.
Luke Woodhouse to win 3-0 – 4/7
The last match of the Sunday afternoon session sees England’s Luke Woodhouse (1/18) take on Ukraine’s Vladyslav Omelchenko (9/1).
This looks like a complete mismatch between the world no 50 and a complete unknown.
‘Woody’ is competing in his fourth World Champs and is a notoriously heavy scorer. Omelchenko, meanwhile is playing in his first major tournament, having qualified in the Ukrainian qualification.
I can’t see anything other than a 3-0 win here for the 34-year-old.
Mike de Decker to win – 4/6
In the first evening game, Belgium’s Mike de Decker (4/6) takes on Canada’s Jeff Smith (6/5) in a tight looking affair.
‘The Real Deal’ is a man on the up and is playing in his third World Championships, having lost to Dave Chisnall in the second round last year.
The 27-year-old has had a decent season on the PDC Tour and made a semi-final at the Players Championships event back in November.
47-year-old Smith is on the decline, having been a previous BDO world finalist back in 2016. His best ever PDC result is a 3rd round appearance.
Scott Williams +1.5 Hcp – 1/2
There’s another tight looking game in the 2nd game of the evening, with an all English clash between Scott Williams (11/10) and Ryan Joyce (8/11).
37-year-old Joyce is a former World quarter finalist here but hasn’t reached those heights again since.
‘Shaggy’ Williams is a debutant here but has had a solid enough year, winning a Players Championship final in June and has beaten some very big names along the way.
I think Williams can at least cover the handicap here and may even win the match.
Matt Campbell to win – 1/2
Last up, we have an all North American tie between Canada’s Matt Campbell (1/2) and American Danny Baggish (8/5).
‘The Gambler’ has had some good times on this stage, reaching the third round in 2021, but is on the decline, having won a full tour card in 2021.
‘The Ginga Ninja’, meanwhile, won a full tour card in 2022 and is taking part in his fourth World Champs, losing in the first round in all his previous three matches.
Campbell reached a Players Championship final this year and has some decent results on tour. He should have enough to squeak his first win out at Ally Pally.
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