No Bull, we’ve got another brilliant bundle for you
Terry the Bull Jenkins forms the cornerstone of Saturday lunchtime's enhanced odds dart bundle - a fantastic favourites four-fold at 9/4.
Formerly known as Tucker, Jenkins is the first selection in our accumulator - he's a 1/6 shot against PDC stalwart Dennis Smith. Smiffy will have his work cut out against the six-time major runner-up, and his price of 7/2 reflects the calibre of his opponent. Terry actually fell at the first hurdle last year to eventual finalist Kirk Shepherd, but he will want to avenge that defeat and reach the business-end of the tournament this time around.
Next up is the second match of the preliminary round, with two virtual unknowns in the darts world - Hannes Schnier and Shi Yongsheng. Austrian Schnier, priced at 1/3, is making his debut at Ally Pally, and qualified via the German Darts Corporation rankings, while Yongsheng won the Chinese National Championship to secure his place, and is the first Chinaman to compete three times. He's the outsider of the two at 9/4; therefore Schnier makes it into our enhanced odds bundle.
The third leg of the bet features the match between Kevin Painter and Matt Clark. The Artist (4/9) was runner-up to Phil Taylor in 2004, in what is widely regarded as the greatest final in televised darts history - commentator Sid Waddell has described it as "the most dramatic" he's ever seen. Clark, known as Superman when he steps up to the oche, is a 13/8 chance for the game - so it's Painter who's included in our special bet.
Last in the lunchtime session is the Barrie Bates and Felix McBrearty clash. Batesy was also knocked out last year by Shepherd, but is the 2/5 favourite in the betting, while the Cat (there's two imaginative nicknames for you...) is 7/4. Barrie is also sometimes referred to as Champagne, and you'll be popping open the bubbly yourself if he wins, as he's the last leg of the acca.
So, the four selections in this enhanced odds bundle are Terry Jenkins, Hannes Schnier, Kevin Painter and Barrie Bates - as a four-fold with William Hill you can get the bigger price of 9/4.