On the eve of the BoylesSports World Grand Prix, the title sponsors are offering the best odds on all outright winners market.

The BoylesSports World Grand Prix is one of the most popular tournaments on the PDC calendar due to its unique double start.

Best Odds With BoylesSports For The World Grand Prix
Best Odds With BoylesSports For The World Grand Prix

When was the last time you saw the world number one Michael van Gerwen, start as such a large price of 4/1 to win a PDC major? A long time! But that is the price you can get right now with BoyleSports.

World number 3 Gerwyn Price is the second favourite with the sponsors. The Iceman has won three of the last four tournaments including the World Series of Darts. A best price of 5/1 if you think Gerwyn Price can add the World Grand Prix to his Grand Slam Titles.

Snakebite Peter Wright is the third favourite to lift the title, and you can get 11/2 on Wright winning the World Grand Prix. Have the title sponsors got this price wrong? Is 11/2 too big for the World Champion? It does look an attractive price on Snakebite.

Man of the moment Devon Petersen looks a hefty price of 33/1 following his victory on the Euro Tour last weekend. Petersen is in the top half of the draw with MvG, but if the African Warrior comes through a tough couple of games at the start of the World Grand Prix, this price won’t be anywhere near. So If you want to back Petersen then now is the time.

Premier League leader Glen Durrant looks a very backable price of 18/1. The only downside is that Duzza will have to overcome Dave Chisnall. Chizzy beat Durrnat in the semifinal last year, but Durrant is a better player now than then this time last year.

Outright Prices

Michael van Gerwen – 4/1
Gerwyn Price – 5/1
Peter Wright – 11/2
Nathan Aspinall – 12/1
Gary Anderson – 14/1
Glen Durrant – 18/1
Michael Smith – 23/1
Devon Petersen – 33/1
Rob Cross – 33/1
Daryl Gurney – 35/1
James Wade – 40/1
Krzysztof Ratajski – 50/1
Dave Chisnall – 50/1
Ian White – 50/1
Mensur Suljovic – 66/1
Chris Dobey – 66/1
Jose De Sousa – 66/1
Dimitri Van den Bergh – 66/1
Jonny Clayton – 66/1
Danny Noppert – 80/1
Joe Cullen – 80/1
Gabriel Clemens – 100/1
Adrian Lewis – 100/1
Mervyn King – 175/1
Ryan Searle – 175/1
Jamie Hughes – 200/1
Stephen Bunting – 200/1
Dirk van Duijvenbode – 250/1
Ryan Joyce – 250/1
Jermaine Wattimena – 250/1
Brendan Dolan – 250/1
Kim Huybrechts – 250/1

All odds right at the time of publishing