After a thrilling end to this years darts season the next top flight darts action you can bet on is next weeks UK Open, which will be held at the Reebok stadium in Bolton. 128 UK players will compete for the title and large cash prize in an elimination based tournament, you can bet on who you think will win the title, below are some of the odds offered at sports betting site Paddy Power.
To win this competition you must be consistent as you will be playing a number of matches in a short period of time and as soon as you lose your out, there is no room for complacency. Phil Taylor has the most consistent record he rarely loses a match, however saying that he did lose for the first time in 13 games when he crashed out in the semi finals of lasts weeks Premier League darts final. He will want to come back strong in this tournament and you can bet on him to win his third consecutive UK Open title offered at 11/8.
Flying Scotsman Gary Anderson won the Premier League Darts final and will now look to retain a second major title next week is Anderson starting to take over as the darts King? He has a lot more silverware to pick up first, if you think he will start by winning next weeks Open you can bet on him valued at 9/2.
World Champion Adrian Lewis is the bookies third choice, he is yet to get his hands on the UK Open, he is one of few men expected to give Taylor a run for his money. If you think Lewis will win the title you can bet on him at 8/1.
2008 Winner James Wade will hope to have more luck in this competition than he did in he league after not reaching the finals when Lewis popped it narrowly on the last week of league action. Wade is offered at 10/1 to win this tournament.
Van Barneveld next, he has failed to live up to his form he hit a few years ago, he actually won this competition two years in a row in 2006 and 2007, he is now offered at a profitable 13/1 to win it once more this time around.
Other worth while outside bets include; Whitlock 14/1, Mervyn King 33/1 and if you fancy a real long shot place a wager on Terry Jenkins at 50/1