PDC World Matchplay darts Live Streaming : Watch all the action from Blackpool online

Its the PDC World Matchplay with Bet365 live streaming the event and offer free bets on Phil Taylor, Michael Van Gerwen, Adrian Lewis, James Wade and Raymond van Barneveld and more.

The Stoke based unit has recently announced it has an exclusive live stream of all the action from Blackpool as punters and tungsten fans can gain access to high quality television pictures live through the Bet365 website.

We are treated to a cracking Darts tournament in Blackpool as the World Matchplay takes place and it should be an excellent competition as the world’s best players are all on show.

World Matchplay Darts – How to Watch Online

You can watch all the darts action fcrom Blackpool live with Bet365. Simply click here, navigate to ‘Live Streaming’ at the top of the page to gain access – you can also pick up free bets worth £200/€200 to all new customers to spend on any match or outright winner market. Claim here!

This is a straight knockout competition and there are 32 players entered into the tournament, so it is all set to be a superb week or so and the atmosphere will be electric.

Premier League Champion Michael van Gerwen is being tipped as the slight favourite to win the World Matchplay as he is being offered at 11/4. The Dutchman has shown just how good he is over the last year or so and it will be interesting to see how he copes with being favourite.

With the way van Gerwen has gone about his game so far though, he is sure to relish being the front-runner. He takes on Colin Lloyd in the first round and it is the perfect chance for him to build some momentum.

Phil Taylor can be backed at 3/1 here and it won’t come as much of a surprise that he has the best record in this tournament.

Taylor is the current holder and gets his tournament underway with a match against Stuart Kellett.

Although he has nothing to prove in the game, The Power might not like being second favourite and could see this tournament as a chance to show he is still the best around.

Adrian Lewis will be an interesting contender for the World Matchplay as no one can doubt he has a lot of quality, but he didn’t play well in the Premier League.

Lewis needs to turn his form around here and we have seen that when at his best, he is more than capable of challenge for the big titles in darts. His latest odds see him at 8/1 and he could prove to be a popular bet.

Raymond van Barneveld can be backed at 16/1 and although his best days might be behind him, you can’t ever write the Dutchman off.

Van Barneveld is often popular with the crowd and if he gets some momentum going in the tournament, he could be a surprise package.

James Wade is also at 16/1 and after being a runner-up here on more than one occasion, he will be looking to go one better. Wade has the knowhow to reach the latter stages.

Others that could be involved include Simon Whitlock at 22/1, Robert Thornton at 28/1 and Andy Hamilton at 33/1. These three might not have the quality to win the tournament if the big guns are involved, but there is always the chance of a few shocks.

We should be in for a cracking tournament here and it will be great to see the best players in the world locking horns.

There are a number of names involved that not many would have heard of and they will see this as there time to shine.

The first match gets underway at 7.10pm on Saturday evening.

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