Darts Tips: Mark Webster’s Wednesday afternoon picks include a 90/1 correct-score treble

Wednesday afternoon sees round three of the World Dart Championship at the Ally Pally.

Mark Webster’s Wednesday Darts Tips

12.45pm: Scott Williams v Martin Schindler
Schindler to Win
Schindler to Win 4-3

2.15pm: Dave Chisnall v Gabriel Clemens
Chisnall to Win 4-2
Chisnall To Have The Most 180s

3.45pm: Rob Cross v Jeffrey De Graaf
Cross to Win 4-1
Cross to Win, Have the Most 180s and the Highest Checkout

*Odds quoted are correct at time of publication but are subject to change.

12.45pm: Scott Williams v Martin Schindler

We’re back from the Christmas break and I’m really looking forward to this tie which kicks things off. Scott Williams is taking on Martin Schindler in what should be a real clash of styles and a really high-scoring game.

Scott Williams was fantastic in getting rid of Haruki Muramatsu and particularly Danny Noppert. He did a real job on Danny and wired a nine-dart leg as well.

I’ve been impressed with Schindler for a while now and he’s been steady for a couple of years. He dispatched of Jermaine Wattimena pretty comfortably in his first match and he’s been to the Grand Prix quarter finals in 2023.

I think he comes through this one even though it will be tight. I’m going for this to go to a deciding set and for the German Martin Schindler to Win 4-3.

      2.15pm: Dave Chisnall v Gabriel Clemens

      Second up is Dave Chisnall v Gabriel Clemens. Clemens made the semi final last year but hasn’t really built on it since.

      Chizzy’s kind of done the opposite, he’s been brilliant away from the cameras on the Euro Tour and on the Pro Tour. However, on the big stage he’s not done a great deal.

      For me, the law of averages says he’s got to start producing sooner rather than later. He stuttered through his first match against Cameron Menzies but I think this is where Dave Chisnall clicks in to gear. I’m going for Chizzy to Win 4-2 and to Have The Most 180s In The Match.

      3.45pm: Rob Cross v Jeffrey De Graaf

      Finally it’s Rob Cross taking on the surprise package, Jeffrey De Graaf. De Graaf got through against Ritchie Edhouse, surviving a match dart in that one, and then comfortably beat Jose de Sousa who’s been out of sorts for a while now.

      Rob Cross started slowly against Thibault Tricole but worked his way into the tie and I think he’ll comfortably deal with De Graaf. As impressed as I have been with Jeffrey, this is a step too far.

      Rob was clicking into gear towards the end of his last match and I think he wins this comfortably. I’m going Cross to Win 4-1, and for Cross to Win, Have the Most 180s and the Highest Checkout in this one as well. We could see Rob Cross have another big run here at the World Championship.

      Wedesday’s Darts Betting Tips

      12.45pm: Scott Williams v Martin Schindler
      Schindler to Win
      Schindler to Win 4-3

      2.15pm: Dave Chisnall v Gabriel Clemens
      Chisnall to Win 4-2
      Chisnall To Have The Most 180s

      3.45pm: Rob Cross v Jeffrey De Graaf
      Cross to Win 4-1
      Cross to Win, Have the Most 180s and the Highest Checkout

      *Odds quoted are correct at time of publication but are subject to change

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