Its the Grand Slam of Darts Final tonight as James Wade takes on Jose De Sousa for the Eric Bristow Trophy, with coverage beginning at 6PM.
If the semi finals were anything to go by, tonight’s final should prove to be a cracker.
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Grand Slam of Darts Final Match Odds
England’s James Wade scraped through to his tenth televised final after disposing of Belgian Van den Bergh in a classic, 16 legs to 15.
‘The Machine’ finding a way to win, taking out a 76 in 12 darts in the deciding leg.
Debutant Jose De Sousa has had a tournament to remember, with the 46 year old from Portugal edging out Australian veteran Simon Whitlock 16-12 in the other semi final.
Bookmakers are having a tough time picking a winner in this one, with James Wade the slight favourite at the time of writing at 5/6, while his opponent Jose De Sousa available at around evens.
There are no such worries in the Most 180s market, with De Sousa available around 1/5 to fire in the most, with James Wade priced up at around 6/1.
Jose De Sousa can also be backed at around 4/7 to win the match with a +2.5 leg head start.
James Wade v Jose De Sousa Tips
Both these players had titanic struggles to get to the final, with James Wade winning in the deciding leg.
Its worth taking a punt on Jose De Sousa at evens, who has looked poised coming in to this one and who hit three impressive ton plus finishes on his way to the final.
The man from Portugal has already won three PDC ranking titles this season, his latest the European Tour where he beat non other than Michal Van Gerwen.