We have a 13/2 treble for the first night of the World Grand Prix Darts!
My first selection is on the young Belgian, Dimitri Van Den Bergh. A tough game to call and Mervyn King has played some great darts this year and I’m sure will fancy his chances. I have looked into the 180 market and think Dimiti to score the most 180s at 11/10 is pretty solid. He is very much a power scorer and when he gets his rhythm going they fly into the triple 20 bed. King has hit 28 180s in ranked TV tournaments so far this year so must be respected but when Dimitri is on form he can be hard to live with on the scoring front.
Gary Anderson turns up here having not played since the Matchplay. He has massively reduced his playing time this year due to his back but he hardly practices anyway so he should still be able to play some good darts. He faces Keegan Brown who I am sure will try and slow the game down to try and agitate Gary. Whether or not that works, I still think Gary will be able to hit a number of 180s. Keegan isn’t the sort of player who will blow you away with big scores but rather slower accumulation. Hopefully Gary’s back doesn’t play up and I think he is a nice price at 10/11 to hit the most 180s.