Michael van Gerwen has been priced up at 4/1 to reign supreme on home soil this week as the three-time champion of the world targets his first title of 2024 at the Dutch Darts Masters.
|Michael van Gerwen
|Dirk van Duijvenbode
|Dimitri van den Bergh
Any odds displayed were correct at the time of writing and are subject to fluctuation.
MVG is third in the betting to capture his first title since the World Series of Darts Finals in September last year, priced at 4/1, a slightly bigger price than the 3/1 on offer for world champion Luke Humphries and 7/2 price available on Bahrain Darts Masters winner Luke Littler.
But with the 16-player field for the event stronger than that of any other World Series event, the tournament looks to be wide open, with former world champions Gerwyn Price (13/2), Michael Smith (9/1), Rob Cross (11/1) and Peter Wright (25/1) all hoping to flex their muscles.
Raymond van Barneveld, one of the eight Benalux representatives, is 50/1 to roll back the years in his home country, whilst defending champion Dimitri van den Bergh can be backed to reclaim his crown at 33/1.