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Grand Slam Of Darts Quarter Finals Betting Tips

Grand Slam Of Darts Quarter Finals Betting Tips

Gerwyn Price Grand Slam of Darts

Tonight sees the last eight starting their play offs in this year’s Grand Slam of Darts after what’s been a first class week of top notch darts so far. Your final eight men are; Dave Chisnall, Glen Durrant, Michael Smith, Peter Wright, Adrian Lewis, Gerwyn Price, Michael van Gerwen and Gary Anderson.

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So far, the two to beat, performance wise at least, have been Gerwyn ‘The Iceman’ Price and Peter ‘Snakebite’ Wright, the latter of who absolutely destroyed world number two Rob Cross on Wednesday evening. The Iceman, on the other hand, won all his group games before making light work of Darren Webster on Thursday as he looks to defend his title.

A look ahead to this weekend’s action

Tonight’s action gets underway at 19.15 on Sky Sports Action when Dave Chisnall steps out against Peter Wright. Both players enjoyed dominant victories in their second round matches and both are looking like something close to their best. Ryan Harrington was Chizzy’s 10-3 victim, the same score line that Snakebite inflicted on Rob Cross.

Seemingly settling down on one set of arrows, Wright wasn’t required to play at his best level to beat Voltage, who faded as the match went on, which is good news for Snakebite’s energy levels. Wright goes into tonight’s match the favourite at 8/11 with Betway, but as well as he’s playing right now, Chizzy’s 11/10 is tempting, especially given Snakebite’s knack of screwing things up for himself.

These two are followed up to the oche by a game that could become a grudge match as there doesn’t seem to be a whole lot of love lost between Michael Smith and Glen Durrant for their quarter-final showdown. Their feud stems from Smith’s outspoken views on whether or not Duzza should be competing for the BDO when he has been a PDC man for the past eleven months.

One week ago, in the first round, the pair met with Bully Boy running out the 5-3 winner. Now, they meet again with neither player looking their best in midweek wins over Daryl Gurney and Gabriel Clemens. Smith, the world number three, has yet to win a major title and with each passing tournament there is greater expectation on him to end his drought. Having won once already, there would be little-to-no reason to abandon Smith at this point though. He is 8/11 to win tonight’s match, while Duzza can be backed at 11/10.

Tomorrow, Gerwyn Price takes on Gary Anderson in another grudge match after these two famously fell out in last year’s final, a final that The Iceman won. He’s looking good again and few would back against him here, especially following his 10-1 defeat of Darren Webster.

Anderson, on the other hand, looked to be struggling in his 10-8 comeback victory over Robert Thornton, requiring six match darts before finally stumbling home. The Iceman is 4/6 against The Flying Scotsman’s 6/5 and with good reason.

Michael van Gerwen goes in the last match of the round as the three-times world champion takes on a two times world champion Adrian Lewis. It very nearly wasn’t though as MVG had to fight back to claim this victory after falling behind against Ian ‘Diamond’ White on Thursday night.

Diamond, who had never made it past the quarter finals of a televised event, couldn’t even reach the quarters. This was after soaring ahead but letting himself down on the doubles, missing 22 in total, allowing the best in the world back into the match to win 10-7.

His opponent is former world champion Adrian ‘Jackpot’ Lewis, who came from behind at 9-6 to beat James Wade 10-9. It was hard on Wade who at one point had a 9-6 lead and was firmly in charge of the match.

The Machine missed his bull shot for the match, which let Jackpot back in to win 10-9 and reach his first major TV quarter final since 2017. Mighty Mike is 1/9 to win the match, which is pretty steep but any money spent on Lewis’ 11/2 would still feel wasted.

Outright betting at Betway is as follows; MVG is the odds-on favourite at 4/5, Gerwyn Price 7/1, Peter Wright 7/1, Dave Chisnall 9/1, Michael Smith 9/1, Gary Anderson 10/1, Glen Durrant 14/1 and Adrian Lewis 40/1.

Friday, November 15 (7pm)

  • Dave Chisnall V Peter Wright
  • Michael Smith V Glen Durrant

Saturday November 16 (7pm)

  • Michael Smith V Glen Durrant
  • Michael van Gerwen V Adrian Lewis

Sunday November 17

  • Semi-finals
  • Final
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Michael van Gerwen Wins World Series Of Darts Finals

Michael van Gerwen Wins World Series Of Darts Finals

MVG World Series of Darts

Mighty Michael van Gerwen was back lifting trophies again at the weekend as he collected the World Series of Darts Finals for the fourth time in its five-year history. In front of adoring Dutch fans in Amsterdam, MVG thrashed fellow Dutchman Danny Noppert, who’s performance earns him a spot at Saturday’s Grand Slam of Darts, 11-2 in the final.

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How it went down

On his way to scooping up his 50th individual career TV title, 30-year-old MVG cruised past Jonny Clayton 10-6 in the last eight and Mensur Suljovic 11-4 in his semi-final after narrowly avoiding defeat against Gerwyn Price the night before. His opponent, Noppie, had to battle through two nail-biting matches against Ian White and Dave Chisnall, that both went the distance, to reach his first PDC TV final.

Come that final, Van Gerwen threw nine maximums compared to Noppert’s three while Noppie put together an average of 89.37 against the world number one’s 96.95. Mighty Mike also landed nine successive legs after Noppie took down the opener in 12 darts. Van Gerwen out threw himself in the 11th when he failed to make it 10 straight legs by landing two 180s and a 139 to total 499 points with the first nine darts. Leaving only two behind, he bust on his next two visits after he failed to find the double 1.

Noppie duly stepped up and claimed his second leg before MVG threw for the title leaving his countryman to clinch the last qualification spot for Wolverhampton at the expense of Mensur Suljovic. The Gentle will not be present in the week-long major having turned down the opportunity to play in Monday’s qualifying event for this weekend’s televised major.

Grand Slam of Darts 2019 Betting Tips

The Grand Slam of Darts, which features players from both the PDC and BDO, gets underway on Saturday at the Aldersley Leisure Village in Wolverhampton and runs until November 17. The 12th staging of this event takes place without Mensur Suljovic but will see The Iceman Gerwyn Price bidding to defend the Eric Bristow Trophy. 12 months ago, the Welshman took the title controversially having won in a famously bad-tempered final with Gary Anderson.

Both players make up a field of 32, featuring eight representatives from the BDO including two females Mikuru Suzuki and Lisa Ashton, all of which are split into eight groups of four players, with the top two players from each group progressing to the knockout stage.

Red hot Michael van Gerwen has rightly been installed as Betway’s 11/10 favourite as he seeks to reclaim a trophy he once won three times in a row. He starts in Group A where he has former world champion Adrian ‘Jackpot’ Lewis for company and where both should ease through.

James Wade stars in a slightly tougher Group B where Ian ‘Diamond’ White and Wesley Harms could provide testers. Should The Machine make it through a hard group, his odds of 28/1 look tasty, but with such a hard group I would have wanted more. White’s price for outright success is 40/1, but given he has a mental block that prevents him going past the Quarter Final stages of live televised events, this is sure to be a waste of money.

At an outright price of 11/1, Group C looks like an easy win for Gerwyn Price. He has to be a good shot for overall success but could he be joined in the second round by our first female of the weekend? Ladies world champion Mikuru Suzuki is worth 8/1 to qualify which isn’t to be sniffed at, although an outright 500/1 on the Japanese star can safely be ignored.

The Iceman is in fine form right now and is one the top players in the world with the added ability to get under his opponents’ skins. As returning champion, he will arrive here full of confidence. Providing he uses the inevitable crowd boos to his advantage rather than wilting, something he has been doing of late, he has a great chance of winning here again.

Last year’s runner-up Gary Anderson claims this event is his favourite and he goes in Group D, but sadly for The Flying Scotsman, his injury problems and lack of form make him almost unbackable these days. For those still willing the old boy on, Betway are offering an outright price of 16/1 on him reliving his glory days this weekend.

Group E sees Rob Cross and Dave Chisnall as well as lady number two Lisa Ashton, who given the aforementioned pair, couldn’t really have been handed a much tougher group. Likely winner of the group, Voltage has an outright price of 8/1, ahead of Chizzy’s 22/1 with Betway.

Peter ‘Snakebite’ Wright will be the hot favourite to top Group F despite early exits at the European Championship and World Series recently. If he brings his A-game then this group looks a formality, however, any fragility could well let in last week’s losing finalist Danny Noppert or even a threatening Wayne Warren. Betway have priced Wright at 9/1 for the title, while Noppie can be backed at 80’s.

Northern Irishman Daryl Gurney, a 22/1 shot for the title, plays in Group H but should face a challenge here from German star Gabriel Clemens and even BDO man Richard Veenstra. Brendan Dolan also chicks in this lesser group of death.

Finally, Bully Boy Michael Smith goes in the actual group of death where Nathan Aspinall and Glen Durrant await. Smith has made, but not won, four finals this season hence he is the shortest price here, but this group is a tough one to call so bet at your own peril. Betway are paying 22/1 on Superchin to win the title.

The Asp has gone from strength to strength this season since winning the UK Open and US Darts Masters, while Glen Durrant, here on a BDO ticket despite joining the PDC, could easily top this one. Betway have priced both Aspinall and Duzza at 22/1 for outright victory in the years Grand Slam of Darts.

Group A

  • Michael van Gerwen
  • Adrian Lewis
  • Ross Smith
  • Jim Williams (BDO)

Group B

  • James Wade
  • Ian White
  • Steve Lennon
  • Wesley Harms (BDO)

Group C

  • Gerwyn Price
  • Dimitri Van den Bergh
  • Robert Thornton
  • Mikuru Suzuki (BDO)

Group D

  • Gary Anderson
  • Darren Webster
  • William O’Connor
  • Dave Parletti (BDO)

Group E

  • Rob Cross
  • Dave Chisnall
  • Jamie Hughes
  • Lisa Ashton (BDO)

Group F

  • Peter Wright
  • Danny Noppert
  • Ryan Harrington
  • Wayne Warren (BDO)

Group G

  • Daryl Gurney
  • Brendan Dolan
  • Gabriel Clemens
  • Richard Veenstra (BDO)

Group H

  • Michael Smith
  • Nathan Aspinall
  • Martin Schindler
  • Glen Durrant (Qualified as BDO)

Grand Slam of Darts 2019 Schedule

Saturday, November 9

  • 16x Group Matches (Best of 9 legs)

Sunday November 10

  • 16x Group Matches (Best of 9 legs)

Monday November 11 (7pm)

  • 8x Group Matches (Best of 9 legs)

Tuesday, November 12 (7pm)

  • 8x Group Matches (Best of 9 legs)

Wednesday, November 13 (7pm)

  • Second Round (Best of 19 legs)

Thursday, November 14 (7pm)

  • Second Round (Best of 19 legs)

Friday, November 15 (7pm)

  • Quarter-finals (Best of 31 legs)

Saturday November 16 (7pm)

  • Quarter-finals (Best of 31 legs)

Sunday November 17

  • Semi-finals (Best of 31 legs)
  • Final (Best of 31 legs)


Venue: Aldersley Leisure Village, Wolverhampton
Dates: Thursday 09.11.2019 – Sunday 17.09.2019
Format: Best of 9, 19, 31
Current Champion: Gerwyn Price
Where To Watch: Sky Sports Main Event
When To Watch: (1300, 1900 GMT)

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