Stephen Bunting is the favourite in Group 18 of the PDC Home Tour, but Dan Fitch fancies the chances of Kim Huybrechts.
"In six past meetings, Huybrechts has won three of them (D1 L2)."
PDC Home Tour
Monday 4 May
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Group 18 of the PDC Home Tour is one of the most closely priced that we've seen so far.
Nathan Aspinall remains the favourite to win the tournament at 7.413/2. Dave Chisnall has gone out to 10.09/1, but is still second favourite ahead of Chris Dobey at 11.010/1.
Bunting can start evening with a win
Stephen Bunting 1.364/11 v Harald Leitinger 3.259/4
Start time 19:35
Bunting was in good form before the tour was suspended, reaching the semi-finals of a Players Championship event in Wigan and making the last-16 of the UK Open.
Hailing from Austria, Leitinger only won his tour card in January and has yet to make a major impact. Back Bunting to win and score the most 180s at Evens on the Sportsbook.
Huybrechts will beat out of form opponent
Kim Huybrechts 1.51/2 v Nathan Derry 3.02/1
Start time 20:05
Derry is having a very tough time on the tour. He last brought home some prize money in July of last year.
Huybrechts reached the semi-final of his last tournament, a Players Championship event in Barnsley. He has won both of his two previous meetings with Derry and can be backed at 2.01/1 with -1.5 in the handicap market.
Tour newcomer will beat Derry
Harald Leitinger 1.875/6 v Nathan Derry 2.01/1
Start time 20:30
With Derry's form so bad at the moment, these odds represents something of an opportunity.
Leitinger is still finding his feet, but has managed to bring back prize money from tournaments on three occasions this year. Back him to win the match at 1.875/6.
Value with outsider as favourites clash
Stephen Bunting 1.654/6 v Kim Huybrechts 2.3211/8
Start time 21:00
The two favourites meet in a match that barring surprises elsewhere, should decide who wins Group 18.
Bunting looks too big a favourite here. In six past meetings, Huybrechts has won three of them (D1 L2) and with their current form being pretty even, the value lies with the Belgian at 2.3211/8.
Final win for Huybrechts
Kim Huybrechts 1.4740/85 v Harald Leitinger 2.8815/8
Start time 21:30
Huybrechts has to be backed again to win this one, but his odds are too low to hold much appeal as a standalone bet.
The handicap market offers a solution. Huybrechts with -1.5 is priced at 1.9210/11.
Big win for Bunting
Nathan Derry 3.412/5 v Stephen Bunting 1.331/3
Start time 22:00
This final match between the struggling Derry and the high-scoring Bunting, could present us with an opportunity to find a large priced winner.
Bunting is 2/1 to win the match, score the most 180s and hit the highest checkout.
Back Bunting to beat Leitinger and score the most 180s at evens
Back Huybrechts -1.5 against Derry at 2.01/1
Back Leitinger to beat Derry at 1.875/6
Back Huybrechts to beat Bunting at 2.3211/8
Back Huybrechts -1.5 against Leitinger at 1.9210/11
Back Bunting to beat Derry, score the most 180s and highest checkout at 2/1