HELLO, good afternoon & welcome to my blog. I hope it reaches you well. I have some more darts advice for you today ahead of this evening’s excitement in the surfer’s capital of Bournemouth. There’s a lot of money to be made tonight on the arrows and here’s how to do it.
Back Whitlock to beat Webster. For extra cash, dutch 8-1, 8-2 and 8-3 to the Wizard. He’s still got plenty to play for, while Webster is haunted by dartitis demons at present and just can’t seem to get it together at all. In fact, he might just as well chuck a wooden spoon at the board as this is all he’ll be coming away with at the end of the league stage next week.
Take Anderson to get his revenge on Barney tonight after an 8-5 reversal last time out. While the Dutchman is playing well enough to secure a semi-final place, Anderson is one of those players who’s on the up and wants to grasp the limelight from the more established players on the circuit. He beat Taylor 6-2 in the seventh qualifier of the Speedy Hire UK Open just a few days ago and should be sufficiently buoyed by this to beat Van Barneveld. For the above reasons Anderson is my NAP selection for tonight at an unmissable 1.95.
Jenkins and Lewis somehow contrived to draw 7-7 the last time they met a couple of months ago, but Lewis has enough in his top drawer to make it a comfortable win in Bournemouth. He’ll need to win if he is to stand any chance of reaching the semis and this won’t be lost on him.
The Power rarely goes on a losing streak and he’ll want to put his defeat to Anderson in the UK Open qualifiers at Wigan behind him tonight. While Wade has been unbeaten in the Premier League for a month, The Power is the embodiment of the ‘form is temporary, class is permanent’ cliché as far as the big TV events are concerned. Take Taylor to beat Wade.
Good luck & happy punting!