PDC 2023 Women’s World Matchplay Betting Tips and Predictions (23 July)
It’s a big Sunday for darts this weekend, as not only does the PDC World Matchplay conclude for the men, but the Women’s World Matchplay also takes place on 23 July. With eight players battling it out in a sudden-death knockout draw, fans of women’s darts won’t want to miss what is one of the biggest days of the year for the sport.
2023 Darts Women’s World Matchplay: Key Details
After a successful debut of the Women’s World Matchplay last year, it’s back, and Fallon Sherrock will be looking to defend her title. She’ll have a steep hill to climb in 2023, however, as the in-form Beau Greaves is heading into Blackpool as the heavy favorite to claim what is only the second-ever Women’s World Matchplay event.
We break down all the darts 2023 World Matchplay Women’s odds and outline the best 2023 World Matchplay Women Darts betting tips ahead of the first dart this weekend.
|ℹ️ Tournament:||2023 Betfred Women’s World Matchplay Darts|
|📝 Format:||Eight-player knockout draw|
|🏟️ Venue:||Winter Gardens, Blackpool, United Kingdom|
|🗓️ Dates:||Sunday 23, July|
PDC 2023 World Matchplay Women’s Odds
Want to cut to the chase and get betting? Then there are the latest darts 2023 World Matchplay Women’s odds from darts bookmakers in England:
Looking at these darts odds, it’s clear that Beau Greaves is a strong favorite to win the event this Sunday. Paying 1.50 (1/2), she sits well ahead of even defending champion Fallon Sherrock, who is at 6.00 (5/1). Mikuru Suzuki is a close third on 7.50 (13/2) before the odds begin to steepen for the fourth and fifth favorites, with Lisa Ashton and Rhian O’Sullivan at 13.00 (12/1) and 21.00 (20/1), respectively.
Understanding the Women’s World Matchplay 2023
This will be the second occurrence of the Women’s World Matchplay, with the event debuting in 2022. That tournament saw Fallon Sherrock defeat Aileen de Graaf 6-3 in the final. Plenty has changed since then, however, with only three returning players from 2022 and five debutants.
Qualification for this year’s event is based on the PDC Order of Merit, with the top eight women making the cut. The winner will receive £10,000, plus their place at the 2023 Grand Slam of Darts in November.
PDC World Matchplay 2023 Women’s Betting Tips
We’ve searched all the top bookmakers and scoured the mobile darts betting apps to create the best 2023 Women’s World Matchplay predictions. Based on our analysis, here are the top three darts tips for Female World Matchplay 2023:
Beau Greaves to Win Outright @ 1.50 (1/2)
Taking an initial look at the outright betting odds, the obvious bet is to back Beau Greaves to claim her inaugural Women’s World Matchplay title on debut in Blackpool this weekend. There’s a reason why the odds for her to win are so strong.
Of the 12 events in the PDC Women’s Series so far this year, Greaves has won more than half. The 19-year-old has stormed to an impressive seven wins in 2023, with her closest rival only collecting two titles. The Englishwomen has been a force of nature since entering the circuit, and the most likely outcome this Sunday is she continues mopping the floor with her competition and walks away £10,000 richer.
Mikuru Suzuki to Win Outright @ 7.50 (13/2)
Few women have beaten Beau Greaves this year, but Mikuru Suzuki is one of them. Sitting at number two in the women’s PDC Order of Merit, Suzuki defeated Greaves 5-4 in the third event of the year, going on to win her first title of the season. While she’s yet to replicate the feat, Suzuki did add to her title tally and is the strong second option to Greaves at the Women’s World Matchplay, should the teenager stumble on the big stage for some reason.
The one thing Suzuki has going for her is experience at this level. The 41-year-old is a two-time British Darts Organisation world champion and knows what it takes to perform under pressure. Given the age difference with Greaves, there’s a chance that Suzuki will throw truer on Sunday.
Fallon Sherrock to Beat Lisa Ashton @ 1.53 (8/15)
Those looking for an immediate return may want to bet on one of the opening matches of the day. This clash sees last year’s beaten semi-finalist Lisa Ashton up against defending champion Fallon Sherrock in a tough initial encounter for both women.
The odds here are decent either way, but we say Sherrock will have what it takes to get past her countrywoman. The two met less than a month ago at the Women’s Series 11, and Sherrock had the better of Ashton 5-3. Sitting three places higher than her on the PDC Order of Merit and with plenty of focus given her status as defending champion, expect Sherrock to win at 1.53 (8/15).
Darts 2023 Women’s World Matchplay Betting Picks
It’s a big weekend for darts, with both women’s and men’s darts World Matchplay 2023 action on Sunday. With the top eight women in the world clashing for the title of Women’s World Matchplay 2023 winner, we say that the dominant force in women’s darts this year, Beau Greaves, will win yet another title. The 19-year-old might have some stiff competition from veteran Mikuru Suzuki, however, who is worth considering for an underdog bet.