Adrian Lewis v Darius Labanauskas: Highest checkout under 134.5
This looks a generous mark for two players who failed to register a single three-figure checkout between them in their previous matches.
Labanauskas could only manage a highest out of 100 – with the rest all 80 or below – when beating Matthew Edgar last weekend, and a best finish of 99 when grinding down Raymond van Barneveld in the following round.
Lewis is starting to rediscover his form, but still looks some way off producing any moments of real magic.
Nathan Aspinall v Kyle Anderson: Aspinall to win and hit the highest checkout
Aspinall showed remarkable grit in coming from two sets down to beat Gerwyn Price on Friday, and I fancy him to upset the favourite in this one.
Anderson hit 44 per cent of his doubles against Noel Malicdem on Friday, but could still only manage a highest out of 85.
Aspinall, on the other hand, hoovered up a 91, 92 and 96 under real pressure and came up with an incredible 140 finish to swing the game.
Rob Cross v Cristo Reyes: Cross to win, hit the most 180s and the highest checkout
Reyes made hard work of getting past John-Rowby Rodriguez on Thursday, having to come from two sets down despite breaking in the first leg of the match.
He only hit two maximums in a match that went the distance and, despite registering four ton-plus finishes, boasted a highest out of just 108.
Cross did well to overcome an in-form Jeffrey de Zwaan on the opening night and, having had 10 days to prepare while watching the draw open up for him, should put on a convincing performance.
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