PDC Darts at Home Betting Tips for May 7, 2020 – Odds, Analysis, and Picks for Today’s Group 21 Games
Group 21 is next in the PDC Darts at Home Tour schedule and we have six matches planned for Thursday. We have a former world champion playing today, so that will add extra excitement to the darts fans among you, I’m sure.
My preview of the action includes a closer look at the schedule and the rules of the competition. After I’m done with that, I move on to my PDC Home Tour betting tips for today. They come with recommended odds and short reasoning for your convenience.
PDC Darts Home Tour Group 21 Schedule for Thursday
The rules of the PDC Darts at Home group stage are simple. Every group includes four contestants that play within one day, facing each other in the round-robin system. Each game is in the best-of-nine format and the win is worth two points.
The player with the most points at the end of the day earns a spot in the playoffs. If there are two or more participants with equal points, the leg difference serves as the tiebreaker.
With that in mind, here’s a list of today’s matches.
- Rob Cross vs. William Borland
- Dimitri van den Bergh vs. Karel Sedlacek
- William Borland vs. Karel Sedlacek
- Rob Cross vs. Dimitri van den Bergh
- Dimitri van den Bergh vs. William Borland
- Karel Sedlacek vs. Rob Cross
The opener begins at 7:30 PM GMT and every game starts 30 minutes after the previous one. We’ve seen plenty of small changes in the previous groups, so I wouldn’t count on strict starting times. Instead, I recommend you to check the latest information of some of the best bookmakers.
PDC Home Tour Betting Picks for Thursday, May 7th
It’s time for some darts betting tips but I want to make a quick disclaimer before I get to them. I only share picks for the first two games because finding the optimal wager for the rest depends too much on the outcome of the openers.
- William Borland (+2.5) vs. Rob Cross; -126
- Dimitri van den Bergh (-1.5) vs. Karel Sedlacek; -120
I know that Rob Cross is much better than William Borland on paper, but we’ve seen so many surprises in the PDC Home Tour already. It’s a somewhat casual competition, so getting a handicap of +2.5 legs is just too huge to miss in the best-of-nine format.
Borland should be able to win at least three legs today and the price of -126 is decent enough for me to back him.
As for the other match, I believe that Dimitri van den Bergh should be able to cope with Karel Sedlacek. The Belgian player is way more consistent, so -120 for him to cover the -1.5 handicap is a good choice.
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