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Here are Tom Clee's darts betting tips for the night 11 in Liverpool.


Cross to win, Cross highest checkout over 114.5, Wright highest checkout under 100.5

Cross is one point clear at the top of the table having won six of his last seven games (and led 5-1 in the one exception).

Wright is without a win in five and has only beaten Cross in two of their 10 meetings since the start of last year.

The former world champion hit three 100+ finishes last week, with only one of his eight three-figure checkouts falling below this mark.

Snakebite has only taken out more than 100 on one of the 10 nights so far, so focus on finishing rather than 180s.


Price to win, hit over 3.5 180s and checkout over 106.5

Suljovic is flying at the moment, but this looks an ideal opportunity for Price to force his way back into the top four.

The Welshman has beaten Suljovic in 10 of their 14 career meetings, including a 7-3 victory in Aberdeen on night five.

He's hit more 180s than any other player, having rattled off four or more in seven of his 10 matches.

He also boasts the joint-most 100+ finishes, all nine of which have been above this mark.


Wade to win, hit the most 180s and score the highest checkout 

Wade inflicted the only whitewash of the season so far the last time he played Gurney.

He comes into this rematch in excellent form, having won his first PDC title of 2019 at the Players Championship 9 over the weekend.

Gurney is traditionally the bigger power scorer, but all the value lies with Wade, who has racked up more maximums than his opponent in seven of the 10 fixtures.

He's also thrown the higher checkout in six of the last seven games, including the best of the night last week with a 137.


Van Gerwen (-3.5), Van Gerwen under 3.5 180s, highest match checkout under 121.5 

Van Gerwen dropped points against a player he usually beats for fun last time out, but he surely won't do the same again on Thursday.

The Dutchman has beaten Smith in 16 of their last 18 meetings, including five out of five in the Premier League by scores of 7-1, 7-2, 7-1, 11-4 and 7-5.

He only hit two 180s last week despite the longer format and has managed four or more on just three occasions this season.

These two have also only clocked five checkouts higher than this mark in 20 matches combined, which is a shoddy strike rate.


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