German Grand Prix Darts 2024 Odds: Back Cool Hand in Munich

 | March 30 | 

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For those who are not avid followers of the sport, they may be surprised that young phenom Luke Littler hasn't qualified for the German Darts Grand Prix to be held over the Easter weekend in Munich.

That means people who bet will have to look elsewhere and our Darts expert Sean Rafferty has picked out a couple of tasty each-way picks along with a top outright winner selection and it is not a big surprise who he's gone with. Check out his preview along with his top German Darts World Grand Prix 2024 Odds below...

German Darts Grand Prix 2024 Betting Tips

  • Luke Humphries @ 10/3 - 3.5pts win
  • Dave Chisnall @ 25/1 - 1pt e/w 2 places
  • Damon Heta @ 25/1 - 1pt e/w 2 places

Luke Humphries 10/3 - Not ready to jump off of Cool Hand just yet, despite finally losing a match in the Premier League on Thursday night, after reeling off nine victories in a row.

He tops the averages lists for the past 3-6 months and has been playing at a sky-high level of late - has averaged 101+ in 10 of his last 12 matches. With the absence of Luke Littler at this tournament and Van Gerwen still blowing hot and cold with his performances, this makes Humphries a standout favourite and justifiably so.

Doesn’t have to play anyone in the world’s top 30 to reach the last 16 so he could get deep into this with relative ease. This is a cracking chance to notch up his first title since the World Championship and his performances of late certainly merit some silverware. Strong chance this weekend.

Dave Chisnall 25/1 - Happy to get back on Chizzy as he shot back into form with victory at PC6 in Heidenheim, after some indifferent results/performances early in the Pro Tour season.

Dave would kill for another season like last year on the Euro Tour - where he won 3 events and made the final of the other. Arguably won’t have an easy match as faces the winner of Van den Bergh/Clemens first on Sunday, hence why 25s is available on him.

I think it’s a gamble worth taking as the other seeds in his quarter of the draw (MVG, Bunting, Clayton) have all been up and down of late. Chizzy is winning events outside of the majors almost as much as anyone, if he’s back in form now then the 25/1 on him looks too big.

Damon Heta 25/1 - In this quarter of the draw it was a toss up between Heta, Dobey and Van Duijvenbode who has got back into some form, however Dobey’s Euro Tour record is quite frankly awful for a player of his calibre - of the six Euro Tour events he qualified for, he only made the 3rd round once.

Dirk as I say seems to be rediscovering his old form after injury problems but looks a tad too short at 33/1 given he’s in the much tougher half of this mini section in the draw.

Heta had to be the one to go in on, having been the only one of the three to taste Euro Tour victory in the past. He also made four semi finals out of 13 events on this last year. He also comes fresh off the back of a recent title win at PC4 in Leicester - where he beat Dobey 8-4 in the final who he potentially meets in 3rd round.

He then made the semi-finals of the UK Open and has reached the L16 of a couple other PC events. He’s a man in form and I feel like it’s somewhat being generally overlooked by most - could well have a solid chance at 25/1.

You can find all Sean's latest Darts Betting Tips on our main Darts Insights content hub.


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