Bet of the day: Benito van de Pas to beat Adrian Lewis in Grand Slam of Darts
Holly Thackeray | 14 November 2016
Coral’s bet of the day
- Lewis is already eliminated from the Grand Slam of Darts
- Jackpot flopped after failing to win his opening two group games
- In-form Van de Pas tops Group H after two victories
Big Ben to beat Jackpot in Grand Slam of Darts at 13/8
If it’s superb Grand Slam of Darts prices and Adrian Lewis v Benito van de Pas odds you’re after, look no further than Coral’s latest bet of the day. Start the week in style by backing Big Ben to beat Jackpot in their darts duel on Monday, November 14th.
Van de Pas is a princely 13/8 to achieve victory on his next outing, which is great value considering the Group H standings, as the final glut of Grand Slam group games commences.
So, read on to find out the reasons why Big Ben is worth backing…
Awesome Adrian Lewis v Benito van de Pas odds
In the outright market, it isn’t often punters can pick up such a plum price for an unbeaten pool leader to defeat an already eliminated opponent – but here you can do just that.
Rising Dutch darts star Van de Pas has stormed to the summit of Group H after taking the spoils with wins against Chris Dobey and Scott Mitchell, thrashing the latter experienced 2015 BDO world champ 5-1 to boot.
With averages of just over 95 each time, Big Ben has proven ruthless with his chances, taking a maximum of four points so far and boasting a healthy legs average of plus five.
In contrast Jackpot, who was tipped as group favourite ahead of the tournament, has run out of luck with two emphatic defeats to Dobey and Scotty Dog already.
Already eliminated going into the final group game, Lewis has little but pride to play for, having won only four of 14 legs across his two clashes to leave the English arrowsmith with a negative legs difference and no points on the board.
When Jackpot and Big Ben last battled the younger peer lost out to Lewis only just 5-6, so looks fantastic value to make it three pool victories in a row against the ailing Englishman.
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