Taylor to win Ladbrokes.com World Darts without dropping a set?

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Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor is 50/1 to win the Ladbrokes.com World Darts Championships without dropping a set. He is the 8/15 favourite to win the tournament outright.

James Wade is the 8/1 second favourite with 2007 winner Raymond van Barneveld a 12/1 chance.

The field can be backed against Phil Taylor at 11/8.

It’s 6/5 that the current record for tournament 180’s is broken, which currently stands at 507 – It’s also 11/8 that we witness a 9 dart finish.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “Punters believe that Taylor can win his 14th Ladbrokes.com World Darts title in his stride.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

2011 Ladbrokes.com World Championship
P Taylor 8/15
J Wade 8/1
R van Barneveld 12/1
G Anderson 12/1
S Whitlock 12/1
A Lewis 25/1
M King 40/1
T Jenkins 50/1
A Hamilton 50/1

EW ½ the odds 1-2

Tournament 180s record to be broken (507 in 2010)
6/5 Yes
8/13 No

Individual 180s record to be broken (58 in 2010)
13/8 Yes
4/9 No

9 dart finish in tournament
11/8 Yes
8/15 No

Number of 170 checkouts
12/1 None
11/10 Exactly 1
4/5 2 or more

Winning Nationality
1/4 England
9/1 Australia
9/1 Netherlands
10/1 Scotland
16/1 Any other

Raymond van Barneveld to beat Phil Taylor 7-6 in final (2007)
150/1

Taylor to beat RvB 7-1 in final (2009)
66/1

Taylor to win without dropping a set
50/1

Taylor vs the field
Taylor 8/15
The field 11/8

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