Thursday’s Darts acca returns over £210 from a £5 stake
Nick Murphy | 21 December 2017
Ally Pally action continues tonight
There are four more first round games from the PDC World Darts Championship this evening.
Proceedings begin with an all-Spanish affair between Cristo Reyes and Antonio Alcinas. Kim Huybrechts then faces James Richardson before Darren Webster plays Devon Peterson.
The evening is rounded off by Peter Wright taking on Brazilian debutant Diogo Portela.
With the four favourites offering little value, this evening’s acca is a King of the Oche four-fold. That means the selections have to win the match, score the most 180s and record the highest checkout in their respective games.
If all four selections are successful, a £5 stake could return £215.60. All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
Let the acca begin…
Cristo Reyes to be King of the Oche v Antonio Alcinas
Reyes is a quality player. The Spaniard lost out to Michael van Gerwen in last year’s tournament but still managed to record a higher average than the World Champion.
Alcinas is in poor form and has lost both of his previous matches against his fellow countryman. Reyes gets the nod at 2/1.
Kim Huybrechts to be King of the Oche v James Richardson
When Huybrechts gets going he is a dangerous player. He’s won two of his last three first round matches to nil and hit five 180s in the opening round last year.
The Belgian has won all five previous matches against Richardson and should make that six in some style this evening. He’s 2/1 to be King of the Oche.
Darren Webster to be King of the Oche v Devon Peterson
Webster’s performance in the first round last year was excellent. The Norfolk thrower hit eight 180s and checked out 157 in a 3-2 defeat of Stephen Bunting. He’s been in excellent form again this year and should have enough to beat the inconsistent Peterson.
Peter Wright to be King of the Oche v Diogo Portela
Wright is the third favourite for the tournament for a reason. He’s a power scorer, a big finisher and a first round pro. In the past five years, the Scotsman’s opening game record reads 15-0 in aggregated sets.
Illness ruined his chances in the Players Championship last time out and after a period of recovery, Snakebite should be back to his best tonight. He’s 4/6 to be King of the Oche.
Odds correct as of date of publishing.