World Matchplay Darts 2018 Day Three banker treble: Turn £10 into £91 with BetVictor

Peter Wright celebrates (credit:Lawrence Lustig/PDC)

The First Round action concludes at the 2018 World Matchplay on Monday and we've picked out a tidy banker treble for you to take advantage of.

A dramatic opening weekend in Blackpool saw top seed and two-time champion Michael van Gerwen crash out at the first hurdle, with Gerwyn Price the only other seeded player to join him through the exit door.

No player has yet managed to record a ton-plus average in Round One so far, but a clutch of experienced stars will be hoping to set their stall out in style by the seaside on Day Three.

Following MVG's departure, James Wade is now the only player left in the field to have previously lifted this famous trophy, having done so back in 2007, now the left-hander is looking to end a decade in between drinks.

After successfully landing Sunday's banker treble, we're hoping for more of the same on Day Three...

Monday's Order of Play


First Round

7.15pm Kim Huybrechts v John Henderson
8.15pm Simon Whitlock v Richard North
9.15pm James Wade v Jermaine Wattimena
10.15pm Peter Wright v Jelle Klaasen

Monday's Banker Treble


Simon Whitlock to hit the most 180s
James Wade -2.5 legs handicap
Peter Wright -2.5 legs handicap




Register with BetVictor via this special link, place a first bet of £10 on the treble and you will be credited with £50 in free darts bets and a £10 casino bonus regardless of whether it wins or loses.

That means if it wins, you can pocket £41.59 from a £10 stake, as well as £60 in Bonus Funds.

*T&Cs apply, 18+, new customer offer. Be Gamble Aware. Odds correct at time of writing.


Simon Whitlock v Richard North

  • Whitlock has a 180s per leg ratio of 0.30% to North's 0.23% in 2018 so far
  • Whitlock was a straight sets winner in their only previous televised meeting at the 2017 Grand Prix
  • North is making his World Matchplay debut and has never beaten a top-ten ranked player in a TV event

James Wade v Jermaine Wattimena

  • Wade is the only player left in the field to have lifted this trophy
  • Wade has not lost in the First Round of a televised tournament so far this year
  • Wattimena is making his Matchplay debut and has reached the Last 16 in just two of his 11 previous PDC televised events

Peter Wright v Jelle Klaasen

  • Wright was a beaten finalist 12 months ago and has not lost in Round One here since 2014
  • Wright has won his last eight consecutive meetings with Klaasen since 2013
  • Klaasen has lost in the First Round of his last four World Matchplay campaigns


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World Matchplay Darts 2018 Day Three banker treble: Turn £10 into £91 with BetVictor

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