Michael van Gerwen remains the outright favourite to claim his maiden Paddy Power Champions League of Darts title in Leicester this weekend.

World Champion Van Gerwen is aiming to complete a clean sweep of PDC Premier televised titles at the Champions League, which will be held on October 19-20 at the Morningside Arena.

Van Gerwen has yet to taste victory in the BBC-televised event, having lost in the inaugural final to Phil Taylor in 2016 and missed out in the past two years.

However, after winning the World Grand Prix for a fifth time last week in Dublin, Van Gerwen's odds have been cut to Evens for him to finally end his Champions League wait in Leicester.

Reigning champion Gary Anderson is 7/1 to retain his title alongside world number two Rob Cross, who took the World Matchplay title in July.

2018 Champions League finalist Peter Wright is a 10/1 chance to go all the way this time around, with Daryl Gurney and Gerwyn Price both 12/1 and Michael Smith and James Wade the 14/1 outsiders.

A full range of Paddy Power odds markets can be seen at www.paddypower.com.

Paddy Power Odds
Outright Winner

Evs Michael van Gerwen
7/1 Rob Cross, Gary Anderson
10/1 Peter Wright
12/1 Daryl Gurney, Gerwyn Price
14/1 Michael Smith, James Wade

Group A Winner
4/6 Michael van Gerwen
4/1 Gary Anderson
6/1 Michael Smith, James Wade

Group B Winner
13/8 Rob Cross
3/1 Peter Wright
10/3 Daryl Gurney, Gerwyn Price

Saturday Afternoon Matches
11/10 Daryl Gurney
8/11 Peter Wright

4/6 Rob Cross
6/5 Gerwyn Price

6/5 Michael Smith
4/6 Gary Anderson

1/5 Michael van Gerwen
7/2 James Wade
Odds correct at time of writing and courtesy paddypower.com. Subject to fluctuation.