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PDC Home Tour Betting Tips: Durrant to dazzle tonight?

| 05.05.2020

The PDC Home Tour continues, with three-time BDO world champion Glen Durrant heading up another quartet tonight.

Duzza is joined by fellow Englishman Justin Pipe, and Dutch duo Maik Kuivenhoven and Vincent van der Meer.

Durrant is favourite to win all three of his matches tonight, but we’ve already seen plenty of shocks in the Home Tour already. Will we see more this evening?

Glen Durrant v Vincent van der Meer (19:30)

Group 19’s opener pitches Durrant against 39-year-old Van der Meer.

Durrant is 1/4 favourite to win his first match of the night, with Van der Meer the 11/4 outshot.

The Dutchman has soared up the rankings in recent years, and is currently 85th on the PDC list, but Durrant should have control of this one.

The Teesside arrowsmith is 3/1 to win this one 5-2, with 15/8 about Durrant being King of the Oche.

Glen Durrant v Justin Pipe

Our traders make Durrant 2/5 favourite to beat 9/5 shot Pipe in his second match of the night.

The duo haven’t met too often on the oche, but in the last three years Durrant has thrown 271 maximums to Pipe’s 98.

Duzza could be in the groove by this point, and there’s 5/4 about him throwing the most 180s in the match, while he’s 5/1 to win 5-3.

Maik Kuivenhoven v Glen Durrant (22:00)

The final match of the night sees Durrant take on world number 79 Maik Kuivenhoven.

Like his Dutch compatriot, Kuivenhoven has also risen up the rankings in recent years, but he’s still up against it versus the three-time BDO champ.

Durrant’s focus and composure are one of his strongest assets, and he’s 1/3 to round out the evening with victory, with Kuivenhoven at 21/10.

And if Durrant fancies signing off with a flourish, he’s 4/9 to win the race to three legs, and 2/1 to be crowned King of the Oche.

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Richard Marsh

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