Daily Acca tips: Anderson, Cross and the Danes fancied
A £5 wager on tonight’s picks could return over £50
There may be no Premier League or European football this week, but there’s still plenty of top sport to enjoy tonight.
International friendlies begin, while there’s another full fixture of Premier League Darts and the Miami Open continues in full flow.
Here are five potential winners from the oche to the tennis court…
Denmark – 1/3
Denmark will be heading to Russia this summer, as will tonight’s opponents Panama.
The Danes have only won one of their last five, but that was a 5-1 trouncing of Ireland in Dublin which showcased all of their ability.
Their central American visitors don’t possess the same quality.
Faroe Islands – 17/10
The Faroe Islands will be plenty familiar with Latvia, with the two nations meeting in qualifying for Russia.
The hosts hold the upper hand here. They won 2-0 in Riga before a 0-0 draw in Torshavn.
Only Portugal and Switzerland have won on their travels to the Islands too, they don’t lose often.
Gary Anderson – 4/9
Gary Anderson will be out for his second win of this season’s Premier League Darts.
The Scot is in form having won the UK Open earlier this month. He’s unbeaten in three in the Premier League too, posting a 105 average against Peter Wright.
After a bright start, Simon Whitlock is winless in three matches and has lost his last two against the two-time world champion.
Rob Cross – 2/5
After a slow start to his debut campaign, reigning world champion Rob Cross is flying up the Premier League table.
Voltage has won his last four matches, and is now consistently showing the talent which took him to the world title at Alexandra Palace.
He’ll be out for a fifth straight victory against Gerwyn Price. The Welshman is rooted to the foot of the standings and has yet to win a match.
Leonardo Mayer – 4/9
Over in Miami, Leonardo Mayer takes on Donald Young in the first round.
Atlanta-born Young will have home support, but Mayer has won both of the pair’s prior meetings.
Home favourite Young isn’t in good form either, losing eight of his last nine matches.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing