Dan Fitch is backing Luke Humphries and Devon Petersen to entertain the watching fans when they compete in Group 5 of the PDC Home Tour.
"While Petersen won the Darts at Home event, Humphries was the only player to beat him that night."
PDC Home Tour
Tuesday 21 April
Live on Betfair Live Video
Group 5 of the PDC Home Tour takes place on Tuesday night, with two players dominating the betting.
In a tournament already peppered with surprises and withdrawals from star players, Nathan Aspinall is now the overall favourite to win the PDC Home Tour at [7.6]. Dave Chisnall is the second favourite at [10.0], after winning Group 3 on Sunday evening.
Humphries will get off to winning start
Luke Humphries [1.47] v Nick Kenny [2.82]
Start time 19:30
Luke Humphries, the world number 34, starts the action against Nick Kenny, who made the switch from the BDO this year.
Kenny has fared reasonably well since winning his PDC Tour card, but Humphries has to be favoured. The current PDC Youth World Champion is [2.0] to win with -1.5 on the handicap market.
Petersen comfortable playing at home
Devon Petesen [1.55] v Joe Murnan [2.56]
Start time 20:00
When the PDC trialled this concept, it was Devon Petersen that won the first Darts at Home event.
It's no surprise then to see Petersen is favourite here, but Murnan has won both of their previous encounters and could be competitive against the in-form South African. Over 7.5 legs is 8/11 on the Sportsbook.
Form says that Murnan should not be the outsider
Nick Kenny [1.86] v Joe Murnan [2.02]
Start time 20:30
The two outsiders meet in the third match of the night and Kenny is favoured to win.
Once again, Murnan seems underestimated. There's not much in it, but he's been more successful on the tour than Kenny this year and the value lies with Murnan to win at [2.02].
Back heavy scorers to hit 180s
Luke Humphries [1.78] v Devon Petersen [2.1]
Start time 21:00
While Petersen won the Darts at Home event, Humphries was the only player to beat him that night.
They have one win each from their two face-to-face meetings, with Humphries winning the most recent encounter at the World Championship. With this a difficult one to predict, go for these heavy scorers to record over +3.5 total 180s at [1.7].
Take chance on heavy win for Petersen
Devon Petersen [1.59] v Nick Kenny [2.46]
Start time 21:30
Petersen was enjoying a good start to the year, with new darts improving his game, before the interruption to the season stalled his progress.
There have been a number of big victories in recent days in this tournament and it might be worth backing Petersen to to enjoy such a win over Kenny. Back Petersen -2.5 at [2.88] on the handicap market.
Final games are short-lived affairs
Joe Murnan [2.82] v Luke Humphries [1.47]
Start time 22:00
With players having to compete in three matches in quick succession, it's perhaps not surprising that the last matches of the night are tending to be short ones.
Successful players have found their rhythm, while those that can't win the group are no doubt tired and eager to crack open a consolatory beer. At the time of writing, all six of the final two matches that have taken place in the tournament, have seen under 7.5 legs and you can back another short game at evens.
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Back Humphries -1.5 to beat Kenny at [2.0]
Back over 7.5 legs between Petersen and Murnan at 8/11
Back Murnan to beat Kenny at [2.02]
Back Humphries and Petersen to score over 3.5 180s at [1.7]
Back Petersen -2.5 to beat Kenny at [2.88]
Back under 7.5 legs between Murnan and Humphries at evens