PDC Darts at Home Betting Tips for May 6, 2020 – Odds, Analysis, and Picks for Today’s Group 20 Games
The first stage of the PDC Darts at Home Tour is finally going to end. Group 20 is the last one and the games will take place today, so we can proceed to the playoffs of the competition.
Wednesday’s schedule features six encounters and I list them all in this post. Naturally, I also share my best PDC Home Tour betting tips that include short analysis and recommended odds.
PDC Darts Home Tour Group 20 Schedule for Wednesday
The rules of the PDC Home Tour are quite simple. There are 20 groups in the round-robin format and each includes four players. Each win brings two points and the contestant with most points qualifies for the playoffs. If there’s a tie between two or more players, the leg difference is what serves as the tiebreaker.
Every match is in the best-of-nine format, so five legs are enough to earn a victory. That pretty much sums up the rules, so let’s move on to today’s schedule.
- Joe Cullen vs. Ryan Murray
- Jermaine Wattimena vs. John Michael
- Ryan Murray vs. John Michael
- Joe Cullen vs. Jermaine Wattimena
- Jermaine Wattimena vs. Ryan Murray
- John Michael vs. Joe Cullen
The show starts at 7:30 pm GMT and there are 30 minutes between the games. We often see slight changes in the schedule of the PDC Darts at Home, though, so I recommend you to check the info provided by the betting sites for more info. Here are a couple that can help.
PDC Home Tour Betting Picks for Wednesday, May 6th
I know that most of you are here for the darts betting picks, not the schedule, so it’s time to deliver. As always, I only went for the early games because the rest depend too much on them and it makes zero sense to analyze them before that.
- Joe Cullen (-1.5) vs. Ryan Murray; -125
- Jermaine Wattimena vs. John Michael over 7.5; -125
I’m a bit surprised by the line in the first match. Joe Cullen only has to cover a -1.5 handicap against Ryan Muray and that should be easy for the favorite. He’s a way better player and I would’ve expected at least two legs in favor of the underdog.
The second game should be more competitive and I believe that John Michael can hold on its own against Jermaine Wattimena. The Dutchman is the favorite and while I expect him to win, we should see at least eight legs in total.
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