Darts tips: Our trader’s mega acca for Day 3 at Ally Pally

Our Darts trader Damien Fitzgerald has your plays covered as the Christmas arrows action rolls on.

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13:30 Keane Barry v Royden Lam: Barry To Win 3-0 In Sets

Keane Barry can ensure a comfortable win against his opponent from Hong Kong here. The Irish youngster has been tipped for the top by many and he looks to be developing well on the PDC Tour. He recently averaged 99 while losing 6-4 to Peter Wright at the Player Championship and anything close to that form should see him to a comfortable victory here. Lam lost 3-0 to Danny Noppert winning just one leg in his last World Championship appearance in 2019 and it may not be much better for him here.

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14:30 Jermaine Wattimena v Boris Koltsov: Wattimena To Have The Most 180s

Boris Koltsov would have a reputation as a big maximum grabber and Wattimena as a low 180 hitter. But, when you look at the stats for this year, they are approximately equal on their 180s hit rate. This looks to be priced on reputation and the fast throwing Dutchman is worth a chance to outscore the Russian here at an attractive price.

Jan 1999: A general view of the third dart about to strike the board during the PDC World Darts Championships in Purfleet in Essex, England. Mandatory Credit: John Gichigi /Allsport

20:00 William Borland v Bradley Brooks: Borland To Win

This should be a very tight game between two of the younger players on Tour and I reckon that Borland can come out on top. The Scot has shown steady improvement this year. He has averaged two points more than Brooks on tour this year and he can make it a World Championship debut to remember against the former World Youth Champion.

21:00 Ross Smith v Jeff Smith: Ross Smith To Win 3-0 In Sets

Ross Smith looks like a player that could be destined for the top of the darts world and he can get his World Championship campaign off to an impressive start against his Canadian opponent. Ross is a very capable scorer posting the sixth highest 180 rate on tour and with scoring like that, he’s unlikely to give too many chances to his experienced opponent.

* All match times are approximate as most will depend on the game that precedes it.

World Darts Championship tips:

13:30 Keane Barry v Royden Lam: Barry To Win 3-0 In Sets
14:30 Jermaine Wattimena v Boris Koltsov: Wattimena To Have The Most 180s
20:00 William Borland v Bradley Brooks: Borland To Win
21:00 Ross Smith v Jeff Smith: Ross Smith To Win 3-0 In Sets

* An accumulator on these four best bets pays at approximately 53/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

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