Webster v Painter: Artists card is Marked

the extra hour that Webster could make all the difference

Kevin Painter came from 9-6 behind in his semi-final match against Scott Rand to set-up a date with Mark Webster in the final of the Players Championship Finals.

The Artist and Spider will now battle it out for their first ever PDC major title, the penultimate title of the season and a real confident booster ahead of next week’s World Championships.

Both players have ridden their luck throughout and each could have been eliminated had their opponents taken their chances at various stages. However, it was Webster who was most convincing in his semi-final, looking increasingly clinical on his finishing.

“My finishing was pretty sharp and I'm delighted to be through,” said the Welshman. “I had a little bit of luck but I've not beaten Wes for a while so it's nice to end that run.

“Hopefully I can go on to win the final now.”

Sportingbet make Webster the 8/13 in their match odds betting, with Painter at odds of 6/4, And even at such short prices Webby looks the bet. Painter puts so much into his matches that he will be mentally drained going into this one, the extra hour that Webster has had to recover could make all the difference.

Recommended Bet:

Back Webster to win @ 8/13 with Sportingbet


Written By:- Jaymes Monte (About our Authors)
Posted on:- 11/12/2011 - 22:26 PM
Filed in:- Players Championship Finals Betting News


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