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Netherlands Favourite to Win the World Cup of Darts

One of the major darts tournaments of the year will shortly be upon us, that of course being the World Cup of Darts tournament, and today I will be pointing you in the right direction of the nations that are attracting the most early support to win that event.

It is of course the Netherlands that have been pencilled in as the early favourite to win the World Cup of Darts in 2019, and you only have to look at the star player of that nation to see why, and as for the odds you can currently secure on the Netherlands  to win they are around 11/4.

There are two teams that are currently joint second favourites to win this event, and they are England and Scotland, and looking at the player form you will have a fair chance of winning if you do decide to back either team as they are both on offer at odds of 3/1.

Another UK nation that plenty of punters have been backing is Wales, and whilst their odds are high currently never underestimate their chances of success and I wouldn’t be too surprised if they did go on to win, and with odds of 13/2 being touted on them right now they do look  rock solid bet.

Bet to Win or Each-Way

For those of you that are seeking out some much bigger odds, keep in mind that when you make the very wise and smart decision of betting with bookies such as Coral, they will give you the option of backing any nation each-way instead of outright.

As for just how generous their each-way betting terms are on the World Cup of Darts, well they are paying one half of the win odds to two places, and as such that should allow you to take a chance on some of the lesser fancied nations and back them each-way and still hopefully lock in a  winning profit.

Other Nations with Bigger Odds

The odds are of course much bigger on all other nations, and with Northern Ireland at 12/1 there are sure to be a few punters prepared to take their chances that team may win or get placed at the very least.

You then have nations such as Austria at 20/1 and Australia and Belgium are 25/1, not many punters however have been backing Germany who for reference are 33/1, and the only other two teams that I feel have a tiny chance of getting placed include  the Republic of Ireland at 50/1 and Poland at 66/1.

If you do however feel that any other nation could win or get placed, then you really do need to head on over to Coral, as they are offering odds of at least 200/1 on all other teams and do have a range of unique and exclusive betting opportunities that they are also offering on this tournament too, so do check their betting site out for more details.