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PDC Home Tour Betting Tips: Beaton to prevail in Group 13?

| 29.04.2020

We’ve got more from the PDC Home Tour tonight, with a competitive-looking Group 13.

Former BDO World Champion Steve Beaton is joined by Matthew Edgar, Callan Rydz and Carl Wilkinson.

Our traders reckon this could be a close one, with Rydz 1/1 favourite to win the group, ahead of Beaton (3/2) and Edgar (13/2), but will the Bronzed Adonis’ experience shine through?

Steve Beaton v Callan Rydz (19:30)

Tonight’s opening game could go a long way to deciding the group winner, as Beaton takes on the talented youngster Rydz.

The 21-year-old Rydz is starting to make an impact on the big stage, appearing at the PDC Worlds in December last year for the first time.

But can he beat the experienced Beaton? Our traders make the 56-year-old 1/2 favourite, with The Riot a narrow 3/2 outsider.

This one could well go to a decider, with Beaton 4/1 to win the opener 5-4, and Rydz 11/2 to prevail by the same scoreline.

And here’s a cool titbit of info, Beaton was World Champion before Rydz was even born, such has been the Bronzed Adonis’ longevity on the oche.

Steve Beaton v Matthew Edgar (21:00)

Beaton will be more familiar with his second opponent of the night, having played Matthew Edgar four times previously.

And the Bronzed Adonis’ will be buoyed by having defeated Prime Time in three of those clashes. Our traders fancy Beaton again here at 2/5, with Edgar a 9/5 shot.

And the odds suggest Beaton could find himself in the groove, with 4/5 about the former BDO champ winning the match on the -1.5 handicap.

Matthew Edgar v Callan Rydz (21:30)

But should Beaton trip up in enough of his first two matches, then this one could become the match of the night.

Rydz is slight favourite for this one at 2/3, with Edgar 11/10.

The 180s could fly if there’s a group win on the line, and 5/6 says we see more than 2.5 maximums.

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