Darts from Home tips: Three best bets for Wednesday’s PDC action

Four of the best are in darts action tonight.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - MARCH 12: Nathan Aspinall celebrates a draw in his match against Gary Anderson during Night Six of the Premier League Darts at the M&S Bank Arena on March 12, 2020 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Lewis Storey/Getty Images)


Darts is back! Some of the PDC’s finest take to the Oche in their front rooms tonight, with Premier League star Nathan Aspinall the major turn.

Steve Beaton, Stephen Bunting and Jelle Klaasen are also involved in the four-man mini-tournament, live from their respective homes.

Five players were in action in last week’s inaugural Darts from Home tournament, with Devon Petersen seeing off Chris Dobey, Luke Humphries, Matthew Edgar and Ted Evetts to claim victory.

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The action gets underway at around 7.30pm tonight, with the matches streamed live on the PDC’s Youtube channel.

All games are played on a best-of-nine-legs basis.

Below is the fixture list for tonight’s matches as it stands.

Nathan Aspinall v Steve Beaton
Stephen Bunting v Jelle Klaasen
Nathan Aspinall v Stephen Bunting
Steve Beaton v Jelle Klaasen
Nathan Aspinall v Jelle Klaasen
Steve Beaton v Stephen Bunting



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Here’s our top three bets for tonight’s round-robin matches.

Darts From Home tips

Nathan Aspinall most 180s, high checkout and win v Steve Beaton 13/5

Premier League player Nathan Aspinall has been one of the best in the world so far this year and he can bring that form into tonight’s Darts at Home event.

The Stockport man has improved massively in the last year and the world No.6 can take the most 180s, highest checkout and win the match v Beaton to get us off to a good start to the evening.

Stephen Bunting to beat Jelle Klaasen (-1.5) handicap 11/8

These two are looking to get back to the top. Klaasen reached the quarter-finals of the UK Open recently, but Bunting’s form has been better in general this year.

He got a creditable draw against Rob Cross in the Premier League recently and has what it takes to beat Klaasen here.

Nathan Aspinall v Jesse Klaasen over 3.5 180s 5/6

These are two players who can score well, and by their third game of the evening should both be in the groove and regularly hitting the red.

I think we will see a high scoring and close game here with four or more 180s looking value at 5/6.


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