The Taiwan Super Basketball League playoffs get underway tonight with the highly anticipated clash between Taiwan Beer and the Yulon Luxgen Dinos.
Beer and the Dinos will face each other in a best of five-game series to determine just once and for all who rules the Super Basketball League.
Beer will go into this game the red-hot favourites having won all of their past five games convincingly.
As for the Dinos, they go into this game with a pretty good form line having won their last three games including a thumping 100-85 of Pauian Archiland.
With both teams going into this match in good form, this game is set to be a cracker of a contest!
It’s hard not to back the Beer on their home court.
The home team goes into this game with more rest, fresher legs and will prove why they have been the best team all year in Taiwan’s Super Basketball League.
Expect the Beer to claim Game 1 in a close one.
Darts has taken to working from home like a duck to water and the group six clash between Ryan Searle and Andy Boulton in the PDC Darts at Home League is set to be a cracking contest.
Searle has proven himself amongst the PDC Pro Tour in recent times having defeated the likes of Gerwyn Price, Michael Smith, Glen Durrant and Michael van Gerwen back in February when he claimed his first title.
As for Boulton, many darts fans will remember him as the man who beat Phil “The Power” Taylor at the World Grand Prix way back in 2007.
He’s had a few major wins over the past decade or so, but after a bit of a spell in the soft-tip version of Darts, Adrian Gray is back to take a big scalp or two.
For this match, the best value is in the 180 markets.
Ryan Seale’s hit ratio this season is far superior to what Andy Boulton can offer and there’s something fitting about the favourite in this market being $1.80 – it was just meant to be.