Gerwyn Price opens his 2020/21 PDC World Darts Championship on Monday evening when he takes on Jamie Lewis.
The legendary Welsh native and world number three is looking for his first PDC World title, having been knocked out by Peter Wright in the semi final last season. – Its one of a number of key games in the coming days.
- Gerwyn Price v Jamie Lewis
- Adrian Lewis v Danny Baggish
- Gary Anderson v Madars Razma
- Dave Chisnall v Keegan Brown
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This year’s competition is already well underway, however it has a different look this year without the presence of fans.
Defending champion Peter Wright got off to a winning start, defeating Steve West 3-1 on the opening night. Glen Durrant meanwhile eased past Diogo Portela 3-0, with Daryl Gurney beating William O’Connor 3-1.
One of the main fixtures in these early stages is, however, Gerwyn Price’s meeting with Jamie Lewis, which looks set to draw in a huge TV audience across the globe.
Unsurprisingly, it is the World number three Price who is clear favourite to secure a spot in the next round. He can be backed at 1/8 to win the match.
His opponent has been given odds of 5/1 to cause a major upset and knock Price out.
It’s currently 10/11 for Gerwyn Price to ease to a 3-0 victory, with the Welsh star 3/1 and 8/1 to win 3-1 and 3-2 respectively.
Jamie Lewis to clinch a 3-2 victory is currently 20/1. And he can be backed at 29/1 and 55/1 to win 3-1 and 3-0 respectively.
Gerwyn Price is evens to finish the match with the most 180s.
Jamie Lewis is currently 2/1 to secure more 180s, with the pair available at 9/2 to split the honour.
Despite these early stages, the Welshman will undoubtedly already have his sights set on a spot in the final. He will certainly still be feeling the effects of last year’s competition.
Having lost out to Peter Wright at the semi final stage last season – Gerwyn Price will be looking to go one better this time around.
The pair could certainly meet again this time around, but both may have many difficult encounters before a potential meeting at the oche.
Elsewhere in Saturday’s evening session, three-round one clashes will take place. Andy Hamilton plays Nico Kurz, Andy Boulton meets Deta Hedman, and Damon Heta faces Danny Baggish.