Wade v Anderson: In-form Machine is the only bet

William Hill offer a standout 13/10 on Wade picking up the two points

Gary Anderson’s first match of a double-header in Sheffield could set him up for victory over Andy Hamilton later in the night, but the odds on offer determine that we should oppose the Scotsman in his opener against James Wade.

Anderson has admitted in an interview on www.pdc.tv that over the past few months any spare time he had was used to go up to Scotland to visit his family and father as he battled with cancer.

“I can get my head sorted now and get back to practising because I've not put a lot of practice in for the past few months because of the family problems,” admitted Anderson.

“When I was getting a day off I was going to Scotland and back. Now I've got to get back on the practice board.”

Last week’s defeat to Simon Whitlock seemed to back up the above, and I’m not sure that there has been enough time between matches for the Scot to sufficiently work on his game in order to beat an in-form Wade.

Although The Machine was disappointing in defeat to Adrian Lewis last week, that result owed a lot to Wade, uncharacteristically, allowing Jackpot to, perhaps unintentionally, get inside his head. There’ll be no such dramas this week; Anderson doesn’t play those types of mind games.

William Hill offer a standout 13/10 on Wade picking up the two points – most other bookies offering 11/10 – and at those odds we simply have to take advantage.

Recommended Bets:

Back Wade to beat Anderson @ 13/10 with William Hill

 


Written By:- Jaymes Monte (About our Authors)
Posted on:- 11/04/2012 - 15:54 PM
Filed in:- Premier League Darts Betting News, Gary Anderson


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