Darts tips: Dave Clark’s predictions for tonight’s six PDC Darts from Home matches

Who will come out on top tonight?

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Nathan Aspinall is the headline act tonight in the second week of the PDC’s Darts from Home series.

Devon Petersen saw off Chris Dobey, Luke Humphries, Matthew Edgar and Ted Evetts to claim victory in week one, and Aspinall is the favourite to come out on top this time around.

He’s got Steve Beaton, Jelle Klaasen and Stephen Bunting as opponents, with each playing one another in a round-robin format, with all matches best of nine legs.

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

And he’s my predictions for how tonight’s games will go.

PDC Darts from Home tips

7.30pm – Nathan Aspinall v Steve Beaton

Nathan Aspinall won’t mind being in his own living room. He loves darts and is competitive anywhere whether it’s the garden shed or on a stage in front of 10,000 people in the Premier League. I’m expecting Aspinall to produce the goods here. I’m going for a 5-3 Aspinall win.

8pm – Stephen Bunting v Jelle Klaasen

A battle of World Champions here. I fancy Klaasen at around even money which is a decent price.

8.30pm – Nathan Aspinall v Stephen Bunting

Aspinall will not be stopped here. Bunting showed signs of his best in the Premier League up in Liverpool, but he’s not the player he can be at the moment. I fancy Aspinall for the win.

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9pm – Steve Beaton v Jelle Klaasen

I’m expecting a good performance from Klaasen, but I’m going to go for a 5-4 victory to Beaton here.

9.30pm – Nathan Aspinall v Jelle Klaasen

Aspinall will be unstoppable for me today. Aspinall all the way for me with a 5-2 or 5-3 win.

10pm – Steve Beaton v Stephen Bunting

A tight and tense one expected but I’m going for a Beaton victory.

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