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World Cup of Darts 2018 Day One banker treble: Turn £20 into £92 with Ladbrokes

Canada's John Part celebrates (credit:Lawrence Lustig/PDC)

The 2018 World Cup of Darts gets underway in Frankfurt on Thursday and we've picked out an unmissable banker treble for you to take advantage of.

The annual pairs tournament features 32 nations battling it out for the prestigious trophy and £300,000 in prize money at the Eissporthalle in Frankfurt.

Scotland are again seeded number one based on the combined Order of Merit and are out to avert a repeat of last year's shock early exit when they take on the United States.

Wales, runners-up in 2010 and 2017, kick-start their quest to go one step further when they take on rank outsiders Thailand, while 2012 finalist Simon Whitlock teams up with Kyle Anderson for Australia as they face soft-tip specialists Hong Kong in another notable tie.

Thursday's Banker Treble


Canada to win
Wales -3.5 legs handicap
Austria vs Japan - Over 6.5 total legs




Register with Ladbrokes via this special link, place a first bet of up to £50 on the treble and you will be credited with a free matched bet to use on darts or ANY other sport!*

That means if it wins, you'll pocket £71.97 from a £20 stake, as well as a £20 free bet!

*T&Cs apply, 18+, new customer offer. Be Gamble Aware



Canada vs Italy

  • John Part reached the Quarter-Finals of March's UK Open
  • Dawson Murschell has reached a Development Tour final and hit a nine-darter this season
  • Italy have never won a match at the World Cup of Darts

Wales vs Thailand

  • Wales are two-time World Cup runners-up (2010 and 2017)
  • Gerwyn Price featured in this year's Premier League while Jonny Clayton has won a Euro Tour event
  • Thailand have never won a match at the World Cup of Darts

Austria vs Japan

  • Mensur Suljovic is partnered for the first time by Zoran Lerchbacher
  • Seigo Asada and Haruki Muramatsu have both competed in the PDC World Championship
  • Muramatsu was part of the Japan side which reached the Quarter-Finals in 2013


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