UK Open Darts preview – Taylor 6/4 favourite

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Phil Taylor is the 6/4 favourite to win the UK Open according to Ladbrokes.

PDC Premier League champion Gary Anderson is the 6/1 second favourite with Adrian Lewis a 9/1 chance.

Ladbrokes Head of US & Nordic sports Craig Mucklow also plays in the first round against previous Ladbrokes.com World Championship entrant Matt Padgett. Mucklow is an even money chance to win the match (Padgett 8/11) and it’s 25/1 he takes out a 170 checkout. He’s 500/1 to hit a 9 darter in the game.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “Punters have been keen to oppose Taylor with Anderson and Lewis popular so far. We’re also cheering our man and make no apologies for quoting him at bottom industry price.”

Ladbrokes latest betting
P Taylor – 6/4
G Anderson – 6/1
A Lewis – 9/1
J Wade – 11/1
R van Barneveld -12/1
S Whitlock – 12/1
M Webster – 40/1
T Jenkins – 40/1
M King – 40/1
P Nicholson – 50/1
D Chisnall – 50/1
W Newton – 50/1
V van der Voort – 66/1
J Part – 66/1
R Baxter – 80/1
W Jones – 80/1
C Osborne – 80/1
A Hamilton – 80/1
M Walsh – 80/1
R Thornton – 100/1
C Stompe – 100/1
S Brown – 100/1
C Lloyd – 100/1
125/1 bar

Craig Mucklow specials

Correct Score:
10/1 Padgett 4-0 Mucklow 12/1
5/1 Padgett 4-1 Mucklow 6/1
4/1 Padgett 4-2 Mucklow 5/1
9/2 Padgett 4-3 Mucklow 5/1

Handicap betting:
M Padgett -1.5 legs 13/8
C Mucklow +1.5 legs 4/9

C Mucklow 180s:
Over 0.5 4/6
Under 0.5 11/10

C Mucklow Highest Checkout:
Over 72.5 Evs
Under 72.5 8/11

C Mucklow to win the first leg on D16:
Yes 9/2

C Mucklow score of first 3 darts:
89 or less 8/11
90-100 2/1
101 or more 3/1

C Mucklow 9 darts finish:
Yes 500/1

C Mucklow 170 checkout:
Yes 25/1

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.