PDC World Championship Live Streaming Schedule Tues : Mervyn King v Dean Winstanley available to darts fans online

We are already into Tuesday as the PDC World Championship darts continues with odds on Steve Beaton v Kyle Anderson, Wes Newton v Johnny Haines, Mervyn King v Dean Winstanley & Colin Osbourne live stream available with Ladbrokes and their tv service, recently launched on their website.

Day five of the PDC Ladbrokes World Championships brings together another collection of top-class arrows action from Alexandra Palace as the firm announce all the matches are being beamed to the Ladbrokes website through their live tv technology.

The tournament is really starting to hit top gear now as the crowds and atmosphere at Ally Pally are growing with every evening.

Day four saw James Wade make a winning return to the oche to deliver the goods for his backers as he overcame debutant Peter Hudson 3-0. Mark Webster, who has had a year to forget, bounced back to form in defeating Ian White 3-1. Peter Wright kicked off the evening with a straight sets win over Arron Monk whilst debutant John Bowles followed up his 4-2 preliminary round victory over Carlos Rodriguez with a 3-2 victory over Jamie Caven.

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You can watch all the action from the Ally Pally, including the Steve Beaton, Wes Newton & Mervyn King matches 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!

There are five matches for punters to get their teeth stuck into on Tuesday, with the standout match coming at 10:00pm as Mervyn King takes on Dean Winstanley. Number 14-seed, King, has been given a tough first round draw against Winstanley. The bookmakers can barely split the two players in the betting, which identifies the predicted close nature of the match. Ladbrokes can’t split the pair and have gone 5/6 on each of them in the outright win market.

That 5/6 on King is currently the best available odds from any online bookmaker and it seems the head traders at Ladbrokes HQ are confident of getting the number 14 seed beat. They have reported huge sums of money staked on Winstanley to upset the seed and that can be seen in the market move for the 2010 German Open winner.

He was a solid 6/4 shot at the start of the week but all firms are now no bigger than 11/10 (Paddy Power) on him dethroning the King. This type of strong support behind a player usually is worth paying attention to, especially at the World Championships where the big gambles are struck on every day of the tournament.

King, unlike most darts players, has a very poor relationship with the crowd and his fellow professionals, and will have the crowd against him tonight as many of the punters in attendance will have lumped on Winstanley to triumph. The crowd regularly boo him on his way to the stage and even sometimes when he has a shot at an important double – Winstanley could use those negative vibes towards King to his advantage tonight.

To see whether Winstanley can land the gamble 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.

Elsewhere, on a bumper night of darting action in north-London, there is a feeling that Steve ‘The Bronzed Adonis’ Beaton may struggle against Australian qualifier, Kyle Anderson. The Aussie should play better than his 9/2 odds with Coral suggest, and looks a good bet with a +2.5 set advantage at 8/13 with Ladbrokes – meaning he only has to win one set in order for punters to collect.

Number six seed Wes Newton should make light-work of fellow Englishman Johnny Haines and is just a 10/11 shot with Coal to win 3-0 whilst Jamie Lewis has been well punted to beat Lourence Ilagan at 1/2 with Ladbrokes.

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