The PDC World Darts Championships continue from Alexandra Palace and on Friday is the last day before the Christmas break. We’ve studied the games and as always, have four tips and an acca for you, which has been boosted from 8/1 to 10/1!

PDC World Darts Day 9 Tips

Acca @ 10/1

Bet on the PDC World Darts Championships with Betfred here

We’ve had three out of four tips correct on the last two nights, so hopefully we can go one better tonight and bring in the acca as well. Ok, lets get stuck in…

Martin Schindler to win – 4/7

First up on Friday we’ve got Germany’s Martin Schindler (4/7), taking on England’s Martin Lukeman (11/8).

‘Smash’ easily beat Nobuhiro Yamamoto 3-0 in round 1 but only managed a 87 average and a 33% checkout ratio.

Now, he faces a much tougher proposition in Martin Schindler. ‘The Wall’ is ranked 29 in the world and has made a semi final and four quarter finals this year, showing impressive form.

The 26-year-old consistently averaged above 90 and into the 100’s occasionally, so should have too much for Lukeman here.

Danny Noppert to win 3-0 – 6/5

Next on the oche are Netherlands’ Danny Noppert (1/8) against Canadian David Cameron (5/1).

The 53-year-old was the talk of Twitter on Monday night, when the Ally Pally wasp inspired him to a superb comeback 3-2 win over Ritchie Edhouse.

‘Excalibur’ was like a different player in the second half of the match but will need to step up several levels against the Dutchman.

The 31-year-old won his first PDC Major this year, where he beat Michael Smith 11-10 in the final of the UK Open.

This, along with a semi-final at the World Matchplay, helped propel ‘The Freeze’ into the top 10 of the PDC world rankings for the first time in his career.

Noppert averages in the high 90’s consistently and Ally Pally wasp or not, he should have way too much power for Cameron.

Clayton / van Trijp o3.5 sets – 8/11

Four time PDC Major winner Jonny Clayton (2/15) makes his debut on the Ally Pally stage, matching up against Danny van Trijp (5/1).

‘The Ferret’ has a relatively disappointing record in North West London, with a best performance of the 4th round, last year.

He could find himself up against it again here, with his 25-year-old Dutch opponent bang in form.

Van Trijp smashed Steve Beaton 3-0 in the first round and whilst he was never seriously tested by ‘The Adonis’ , you got the feeling he had more gears to go through if needed.

I think Clayton will win this one but am banking on the young Dutch talent taking at least one set off him.

Joe Cullen -1.5 hcp – 4/7

Last match of the night is a tasty looking one between Joe Cullen (1/4) and ‘Rapid’ Ricky Evans (3/1) in what should be a high class, high paced affair.

Evans saw off the ‘Queen of the Palace’ Fallon Sherrock, 3-1 on Tuesday night but looked extremely shaky in the early stages.

His average of 89 won’t be enough to live with the Yorkshireman, who can be one of the heaviest scorers on tour, when on it.

‘Rockstar’ doesn’t have a great record here but made the fourth round in 2021, before losing to MVG.

Cullen has won two non ranking titles in 2022 though, so is in good shape going into this one and should cover the handicap handily.

*All prices correct at the time of writing.

We will have daily tips from the event so keep checking in with the Betfred Blog team and all new users can partake in our Bet £10 and get £30 in Free Bets offer via the register button at the top or bottom of the page…

Darts Betting Odds

Welcome Offer – Bet £10 Get £30 in FREE Bets

New 18+ UK customers.

1st bet on sports of £10+ in one transaction at evens (2.0)+ settled within 7 days of registering.

£30 paid in free bets within 10 hours of bet settlement, 7-day expiry. Payment restrictions apply.

Full Terms & Conditions apply.

Register with Betfred