Wednesday 26 October 2016

MVG to roar to European Title Success

MVG to roar to European Title Success MVG is a good price 5/4 to retain his European Championship as the finals take place in Belgium. 

The event will be screened live in the UK with coverage exclusively on ITV 4 with coverage outside the UK on the usual networks. 

With the European championship criteria exclusively based on performances in the ten European Tours this season, MVG won six of the ten, with Wade, Taylor, Suljovic and Alan Norris winning the other four. 

MVG comes in as number one seed and will square off against Simon Whitlock in his opener. There will be backers opposing MVG based on the Wizards recent resurgence on the floor events. MVG like most players will not enjoy the prospect of the best of 11 leg banana skin format but this does not usually phase Mighty Mike although Whitlock would not be the easiest of opponents to dispose of in the opener. 

With a potential second round clash with Gurney or price, both of which lack the extended format of best of 19. In the other half of the quarter, we have Klassen taking on the inform Steve West with the winner of this playing the winner of out of sorts Michael Smith and Stephen Bunting. 

All winnable games for Mighty Mike and could have a potential 2015 final rematch with Gary Anderson in the Semi Final. 

With Michael missing out on the final pro tour events to rest up after an impressive World Grand Prix can accelerate to a third successive crown looking to make light work as possible. 

With TV wins over Whitlock and Anderson in October will be ready for the busy next five weekends where Michael will be aiming to be involved in all stages of the event.

Phil Taylor will be expected at 4/1 to profess in the other half which could see the pair meet in the final. With Taylor beating MVG twice at the champions league of darts if they meet again MVG will be ready and Taylor would have played twice on Sunday also, so the advantage leans on MVG in my opinion. 

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