Bet of the day: Gary Anderson to beat Alan Norris 10-4 in World Matchplay
Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | July 17, 2016
Coral’s bet of the day
- Anderson has won three of four meetings with Norris
- World champion Scot has beaten Chuck 6-2, 6-3 and 3-1
- Anderson in flying form having won three World Series titles in 2016
Anderson is 6/1 to beat Norris 10-4
World champion Gary Anderson and Alan Norris face off on the second day of the 2016 World Matchplay, in a first round clash at the iconic Blackpool Winter Gardens.
It is from this match that Coral have picked out their bet of the day, with hugely enticing odds of 6/1 available on The Flying Scotsman beating Chuck 10-4, to set up a meeting with Terry Jenkins or Justin Pipe.
Read on to find out why you should take this hand-picked price…
Anderson may not have won this event before, but is arguably the in-form player in the sport, having won three of the four World Series of Darts titles this year already, to follow up from his PDC World Championship defence earlier on in the year.
Anderson to make light work of debutant Norris
His first opponent this tournament is Norris, who is taking part in this event for the first time, after crossing over from the BDO in 2015.
The duo have faced each other four times before, though, with the superstar Scotsman having claimed three of them and the previous two.
Anderson’s victory scorelines on those occasions were 6-2, 6-3 and 3-1, so across a first-to-10 format it would average out to roughly 10-4 – the result of this bet.
Being number two in the PDC rankings is no easy achievement, with the likes of all-time Phil Taylor below the Scot, so even former BDO World Championship runner-up Norris should be unlikely to cause too many problems.
So, what are you waiting for darting punters? Take advantage of this 6/1 price on Anderson beating Norris 10-4 now to reap rewards.