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Darts Trader’s Tips: PDC Home Tour – Wednesday 22nd April

| 22.04.2020

Our expert Michael McDonald takes a look at tonight’s action

We’ve reached night six of the PDC Home Tour and three-time World Championship semi-finalist James Wade is in action.

Wade is the outright 11/10 favourite to win the group but he faces stiff competition from Ryan Searle tonight, who’s going at 7/4 to progress.

The pair are joined in their group by 5/1 shot Andy Boulton and 8/1 outsider Adrian Gray.

And we’ve taken a look at the key matches in Group Six tonight.

James Wade v Ryan Searle (20:45)

Our traders have James Wade priced up at 4/6 in the standout match of the evening, which is Wade’s biggest match betting price tonight.

Searle is going at 11/10 to beat the multiple PDC event winner. The pair have met three times before, with Wade winning twice. Wade to win and have the highest checkout is priced at 13/8.

Wade is also 2/1 to score the highest checkout of anybody this evening.

Andy Boulton v James Wade (21:35)

Wade is favourite in this clash as well, going at 1/2 to beat 6/4 priced world number 81 Boulton.

The two players have met four times before, with Wade winning three. This match will be the last of the evening and with potentially all to play for, Wade should get over the line comfortably.

Wade -1.5 legs handicap at 4/5 looks interesting.

Ryan Searle v Andy Boulton (19:55)

This time Searle is the 1/2 favourite to edge past 6/4 shot Boulton in the second match of the evening.

Searle is the form player having earned a string of prize money so far in 2020 and he’ll be looking to carry his good form into the Home Tour events.

Boulton may struggle to keep up and Searle is 15/2 to win 5-1 and wrap the match up quickly.

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication



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