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Here are Tom Clee's darts betting tips for the night 15 in Sheffield.


Wade to win, Wade under 3.5 180s, Wade highest checkout over 115.5

Smith is currently joint-bottom of the Premier League table having gone six games without a win.

He's also lost 14 of his 16 meetings with Wade since the start of 2014, including both in the Premier League.

Ten of Wade's 13 ton-plus checkouts have been above this mark, including two 121s, a 122 and a 137 since Judgement Night.

He's only managed more than three 180s once in his last 11 games, though, so don't bank on him hitting many maximums.


Cross to win, Cross most 180s, both players to checkout over 99.5

Cross will bank a £25,000 bonus should he keep his one-point lead intact for the next two weeks.

His average of 102.54 last time out was comfortably the highest of the night, and he'll still be smarting at throwing away a 5-1 lead the last time he played Suljovic.

Cross is now third in the 180s table after a haul of five last week, while Suljovic has the joint-fewest of any player left.

The former world champion has rattled off nine 100+ checkouts in his last six, while the Austrian has four in his last three.


Gurney to win, Gurney most 180s, Gurney highest checkout under 109.5

These two are only one point apart in the table, but come into this match in very different form.

Price looked horribly out of sorts against Wade last week after Gurney had piled on the pressure with a win over Michael van Gerwen.

Only Smith has hit more 180s than Gurney during the last four weeks, whereas Price has managed more than two just once in the last five weeks.

Gurney has started to hoover up finishes in the very low hundreds, but has only beaten this checkout mark twice in his last 11 matches.


Van Gerwen (-2.5), both players under 3.5 180s, over 2.5 total 100+ checkouts

The Van Gerwen handicap has let us down the last two weeks in a row, but is surely worth persevering with here.

Wright has lost four on the bounce, with five of his seven defeats this season coming by three legs or more, including a 7-1 loss to MVG in Rotterdam.

Neither of these two are prolific on the 180s, hitting four or more just seven times in 28 matches combined.

They each hit three 100+ finishes last week, so they should easily get to this total between them.


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