NETHERLANDS have been made the early favourites to win their third Betway World Cup of Darts title following the confirmation of the 32 nations for June's tournament.
The seventh staging of the PDC's World Cup of Darts will see 32 nations - including debutants Brazil and Latvia - competing from June 1-4 at the Eissporthalle in Frankfurt.
The unique tournament, featuring a combination of Doubles and Singles games, will be broadcast live on Sky Sports, as four-time winners England defend their title.
However, two-time champions Netherlands - whose team is set to feature World Champion Michael van Gerwen - have been made the Evens favourites with sponsors Betway.
England are the 5/2 second favourites as they bid for a fifth triumph, while Scotland are the 7/2 third favourites.
2012 finalists Australia are 16/1 chances to go all the way in June, with two other previous runners-up, Belgium and Wales, both 25/1 chances.
The full field of competing players for the Betway World Cup of Darts will be confirmed in late May.
For full odds on the Betway World Cup of Darts or Betway Premier League, please visit the Betway website.
Betway World Cup of Darts
25/1 Belgium, Wales
40/1 Austria, Northern Ireland
50/1 Canada, Germany, Spain
80/1 Republic of Ireland
150/1 New Zealand
200/1 Finland, Poland, United States of America
300/1 Czech Republic, Denmark, Gibraltar, Greece, Italy, South Africa, Sweden
500/1 Brazil, China, Hong Kong, Hungary, Japan, Latvia, Russia, Singapore, Thailand
Odds correct at time of writing and courtesy of www.betway.com. Subject to fluctuation.