Michael van Gerwen 7/1 to go unbeaten in ITV4 televised tournaments in 2018

Jamie Shaw in Off The Oche 30 Jan 2018
MVG celebrates victory over Van Barneveld in the Masters final (credit:Lawrence Lustig/PDC)

Michael van Gerwen has been priced at 7/1 to remain unbeaten in ITV4-televised tournaments in 2018 after successfully retaining his Masters title on Sunday.

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The world number one began the new season in style by securing a fourth consecutive Masters crown in Milton Keynes, bouncing back from his Semi-Final exit in the World Championship at the first time of asking.

Van Gerwen boasts an incredible record in ITV-televised competition, winning his last 72 consecutive matches on the network dating back four years.

Betfred are running a 7/1 special to all customers for MVG not to lose in an ITV4 televised event this year, covering the UK Open, European Championship, World Series Finals and Players Championship Finals.

Speaking after his victory over Raymond van Barneveld in Sunday's Masters final, Van Gerwen said: "It's not that I concentrate more on these tournaments, it's just one of those things.

"I'm not doing too badly and I hope I can keep the good form going.

"I'm probably the most hungry of all of them and I also proved in the past I can handle days like this quite easy by playing three or for matches in a day.

"Whoever is in my path, I have to beat him."

Betfred are also offering a 9/1 special for Van Gerwen to win this season's Premier League, World Matchplay, World Grand Prix and World Championship.

The Dutch sensation picked up 18 PDC titles in 2017, and punters can also back him at 5/1 to win 25 or more titles this year, inclusive of TV events, ProTour and European Tour events.



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