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2021 Season Darts Betting Tips
The 2021 PDC Darts season will kick off with The Ladbrokes Masters in late January as the world’s top 24 players battle it out for the first available silverware of the campaign.
More than 650 players will head to PDC Qualifying School in February as they bid to win one of 29 coveted Tour Cards to complete on the professional circuit in 2021 and 2022.
The focus of the 2021 season then switches to the Players Championship campaign, which will commence with the first of three blocks of Super Series events.
Super Series 1 will take place from February 25-28 in the Premier Suite at the Bolton Whites Hotel, former home of the UK Open.
Super Series 2 is scheduled to be held from March 16-19 at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes, while Super Series 3 is to be staged from April 24-27 in Niedernhausen, Germany.
The 2021 UK Open will take place behind closed doors in Milton Keynes from March 5-7.
The 2021 Premier League Darts season then commences in April, with the competition split into five separate blocks at the Marshall Arena, featuring ten of the world’s top players battling it out.
Premier League Darts is one of the most popular events among darts punters, and we will be offering our top betting tips for each night of the competition.
The World Matchplay is scheduled to return to the iconic Winter Gardens in Blackpool from July 17-25 before the World Cup of Darts, World Grand Prix and Grand Slam of Darts later in the Autumn.
The Players Championship Finals is traditionally the penultimate major event of the season ahead of the World Championship at Alexandra Palace in December.
The World Championship remains the sport’s annual show-piece, and we will be on-hand with a variety of betting tips throughout the festive feast of arrows.
Premier League Darts 2021
Ten players will begin the 2021 Premier League Darts campaign on Monday April 5, with the entire season to be staged at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes.
The first half of the tournament will be held across two blocks – from April 5-9 and 19-22 – as players face each other once in the league phase, before the bottom two are eliminated following Judgement Night.
Nights 10-12 will be staged from May 5-7, with Nights 13-16 then being held from Monday May 24 to Thursday May 27.
The Play-Offs, which feature the top four players from the league table contesting the Semi-Finals and final, will then take place on Friday May 28.
All league nights will commence from 7pm GMT and matches from Nights 1-9 will be contested over the best of 12 legs, with a 6-6 draw a possibility. Two points are awarded for a win and one for a draw.
Matches from Nights 10-16 are to be contested over the best of 14 legs, with a 7-7 draw a possibility, while Semi-Finals are best of 19 and the final best of 21.
PDC World Darts Championship 2021/22
The World Darts Championship is the most prestigious tournament on the PDC calendar which takes place at London’s Ally Pally in December/January each year.
A total of 96 players from around the world compete for a £2.5 million prize fund, with the winner pocketing £500,000.
The field is comprised of the top 32 players from the PDC Order of Merit, the top 32 players from the ProTour Order of Merit and 24 international qualifiers.
It is traditionally one of the most popular sporting events of the festive calendar, with up to 3,000 fans flocking to Ally Pally for each session.
Gerwyn Price is the reigning PDC World Champion after he defeated Gary Anderson in the 2021 final to lift the Sid Waddell trophy for the first time and become world number one in the process.