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PDC Home Tour Betting Tips: Bunting to oust Huybrechts?

| 04.05.2020

The PDC Home Tour continues this week, with Stephen Bunting and Kim Huybrechts heading up a competitive Group 18 tonight.

The duo are joined by Englishman Nathan Derry, and Austria’s Harald Leitinger.

Our traders reckon this could be a close one, with Bunting Evens favourite to top the group, ahead of Belgian Huybrechts at 2/1. Derry is a 5/1 shot to win the quartet, with Leitinger the 6/1 outsider.

Stephen Bunting v Harald Leitinger (19:30)

The Bullet’s opening game is on paper, his easiest chance of a win. Leitinger has only been on the scene for a few years, and is currently ranked 135th by the PDC.

Bunting therefore is the 2/7 favourite, but we’ve seen plenty of shocks already in this tournament, so Leitinger shouldn’t be discounted at 12/5.

If Bunting finds his groove early on, however, it should be a one-sided encounter. There’s 3/1 about the former BDO world champion winning 5-2, with 2/1 saying he’s King of the Oche in this opening contest.

Stephen Bunting v Kim Huybrechts (21:00)

This is the game of the night, and both players know that defeat will likely spell an early exit from the tournament.

Our traders have give Bunting the nod at 4/6, with Huybrechts the 11/10 underdog. The duo have met five times in the past, and it’s Huybrechts, who holds the edge with three wins.

Will the Hurricane storm through again? This could be a tight one and 13/2 says Huybrechts wins 5-4, with 4/1 about Bunting winning it in the deciding leg.

Nathan Derry v Stephen Bunting (22:00)

This is the final match of the night, and Bunting will know what’s required if he’s still in the hunt to top the group.

The Bullet is 3/10 favourite to win his third and final match, with Derry a 9/4 shot.

We’re 6/5 about Bunting to ease through this one and win on the -2.5 leg handicap, while he’s 2/1 to wrap up the night by being crowned King of the Oche.

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Richard Marsh

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