Hot form guide for World Matchplay Darts
Our eagle eyed analyst has crunched the stats, re-visited his data, thrown the grass in the air, wet his finger and held it up to feel the wind then chewed on a rabbits foot to bring you the best current darts form guide that money can’t buy……..
Mile High Mark Hylton may scare Taylor early doors but his experience will show through.
Wes Newton is on good form, but big match averages not really good enough to beat Taylor.
King and Jones have not done much lately so the tip is Taylor to make the semis easy enough.
Whitlock’s finishing is letting him down as he seems unable to focus on winning big games, so expect Anderson to come through quite easily.
First game against Hamilton might be tough. Hamilton’s a better stage than floor player.
This is the toughest quarter of the draw by far. Lewis will be favourite, but Webster is good on TV and just won the Portland Open but Part is back on form.
Terry Jenkins cannot be ruled out.
As a betting man leave this quarter well alone
Wade has a decent first round draw as Caven has not kicked on recently and doesn’t strike fear into opponents.
Wade will play the winner of Walsh and Chisnall which he should win although it will be interesting to see how Chisnall does, as he’s dangerous on a roll.
Barney has Steve Brown in the first round which will be tough if he lets his head drop and he may well play Nicholson in the last 16 where Nicholson may beat him.
James Wade gets the thumbs up if you can get 10/1.
It’s a good venue for him and he has won 2 of the last 4 big events.
There is no one in his Quarter that he won’t beat.
Outsiders are not popping up on the betting Radar but if we really had to it may be Chisnall 50/1, Pipe 150/1 or Brown 150/1.
For outside match bets Rand to beat Jones, Walsh to beat Chisnall and Brown to beat Barney could yield a nice triple.
Enjoy the World Matchplay from Team Red Dragon’s eagle eyed form guide.