Premier League's in town so life's a Brighton beach
The Premier League of Darts hits Brighton's shores and we bring you enhanced betting odds with our favourites accumulator.
It's Round 7 of this year's Whyte and Mackay Premier League of Darts and we've grouped the favourites in each of tonight's four live games into a one-click bet and enhanced the price to make your darts betting easier, while giving you a bonus in the process.
King, Wade, van Barneveld and Taylor all to win is the bet tonight which we've priced at 13/5.
We'll run through tonight's games to see what other darts betting odds are on offer in our range of twenty markets on every match. Plus we've got Sky Sports commentator John Gwynne's Correct Score predictions.
King has been a revelation in his first season in the Premier League having been unbeaten until a draw against Taylor a fortnight ago and losing to van Barneveld last week. He's been strong, confident and, as a result, consistent which is why he should walk away with something from Jenkins tonight.
Jenkins might scrape his fourth draw (4/1) of the tournament but it's unlikely if King starts taking his chances as he did early in the tournament. His big hundred-plus checkouts could well push his three-dart average over 99.5 a bet available at 5/6.
John Gwynne's correct score: King 8-6 (13/2) | Listen Now
Hawaii 501 is ever the showman but watching him throw away a winning position to lose against Phil Taylor last week was more of a horror movie. Everyone knows he has the talent but should prove no match against the relentless scoring of James "The Machine" Wade.
It is tempting however to oppose the bookmakers and take the 7/4 for Mardle to score more 180s than Wade tonight, or 11/10 he hits a maximum first. He's been popping quite a few in over the last couple of weeks, and when the crowd cheers he goes and does it again. There's even a 9/1 special bet that he scores the most out of anyone tonight.
John Gwynne's correct score: Wade 8-5 (5/1) | Listen Now
The Battle of the Dutchmen and Barney should dispense with the young Matador with ease. Klaasen has failed on the big stage of the Premier League, showing glimpses of his potential but never the killer instinct his nickname suggests.
Barney put on a fantastic display last week in beating King, looking somewhere near his best for the first time in ages with an average of over 106. Tonight could be a lesson for Klaasen and revenge for the 2006 BDO World Final when he beat Barney.
The 40/1 about van Barneveld to win 8-0 is maybe a little too adventurous but odds of 12/1 for 8-1 and 9/1 for 8-2 wins seem too big to resist.
John Gwynne's correct score: van Barneveld 8-5 (4/1) | Listen Now
John Part hasn't done that badly in this year's Premier League, especially compared to previous attempts. He's only lost to a red-hot Mervyn King, secured three draws and two wins. He has the experience and head to beat Taylor - but not tonight.
Taylor is looking to get his form back where it belongs after some close calls over the last few weeks. He'll come out firing, and so will the Canadian - it'll be a tight, high-pressure game. There'll be some doubles missed as the nerves kick in.
While the 10/1 on offer for a Part win is probably too ambitious, taking Part with a 3.5 leg headstart at 6/5 seems fantastic value meaning you're a winner even if he's beaten by as much as 8-5.
John Gwynne's correct score: Taylor 8-2 (6/1) | Listen Now