World Championship Darts Live Streaming Schedule Sat : Phil Taylor v Michael Mansell available online in PDC spectacle

The PDC World Darts Championship continues with Labrokes once again offering a live stream all the games, including Phil Taylor v Michael Mansell, Terry Jenkins v Steve Brown & John Part v Joe Cullen, as part of their ‘Live TV’ service, recently launched by the firm.

After last night’s great opening night of action at Alexander Palace, punters are treated to a whole day of action from the Alexandra Palace.

There are 10 matches for darts fans to punt on, with 13-time PDC World Champion Phil Taylor playing his first round match against Michael Mansell.

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You can watch all the action from the Ally Pally, including Phil Taylor v Michael Mansell with Ladbrokes. Simply click here to forward to the special landing page and navigate to ‘Ladbrokes TV’ at the top of the page and continue. You can also claim £60/€60 in free bets as you watch! Exclusive!

That match is due off at 9:00PM and even if you can get to a TV screen, there is no excuse to miss the action.

Sponsors Ladbrokes have released great news that they will be providing Live Streaming of every World Championship match via their website, mobile and Ipad applications.

In order to access the streams via a laptop, mobile or Ipad, you need to sign up to an account with Ladbrokes, which is of course free of charge.

The slight catch is that Ladbrokes do require you bet on the match in question in order to view the HD coverage but as it’s only £1, it really isn’t too much of a problem.

As long as you have a good Wi-Fi or 3G connection, you can access a perfect live feed of your chosen match with added commentary so you don’t miss a beat.

Plenty of people will be taking advantage of Ladbrokes’ service in order to watch Taylor, who is expected to roar past Mansell in the opening action.

He is a best priced 1/33 shot to do so with Coral, but is 1/80 with Paddy Power, which shows just how strong a favourite Taylor is to progress.

A defeat here would be the biggest shock in World Darts Championship history.

The Stoke-on-Trent thrower has won the Ladbrokes Darts Worlds Championship 13 times, and is ante-post favourite to make it a magnificent 14 in 2013 with Ladbrokes receiving huge bets on him winning the tournament at 2/1.

For his Northern Irish first round opponent, this will be the biggest night of his darts career. The left-hander qualified for the first round proper after finishing top of the ProTour Order of Merit but his world ranking of 57 pretty much says it all about his capabilities of beating Taylor.

He has never made it past the second round of any major and has suffered defeats against James Wade, Andy Smith and Paul Nicholson at the top level this season. That Nicholson defeat especially was pretty abysmal, where he just averaged 64.48 in a 2-0 defeat.

The 10/1 on him beating Taylor has been all but ignored by punters with them piling into a Taylor whitewash.

The “Power” is just 1/3 with Paddy Power to win 3-0 and would be a popular result with punters if the great man can get off to a winning start.

There are some epic battles in store elsewhere on Saturday, where punters could be getting some decent value about some underdogs.

Terry Jenkins especially looks vulnerable to Steve Brown, who is an 11/4 shot to knock the “Raging Bull” out of the tournament at the first round.

Jenkins’ form in 2012 has failed to hit the heights of his previous achievements and his doubles this season, a usual weakness, have been even worse than the norm. Brown is a good enough player to exploit any weaknesses in Jenkins’ doubles and looks a good price to cause an upset.

Another man that could reward punters at an odds-against price is Joe Cullen, who could have enough to see off former World Champion John Part at 13/8 with Paddy Power.

For backers of odds-on shots, Dave Chisnall should deliver the goods against Shane Tichowitsch and Richie Burnett shouldn’t have any problems in seeing off James Hubbard.

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