Nathan Aspinall v Devon Petersen: Petersen to checkout over 118.5

Petersen has been hoovering up three-dart finishes throughout his run to the quarter-finals, racking up eight in total.

Five of those have been clocked at 120 or more, including one in each of his three matches.

Aspinall ought to win the match, but the South African keeps taking matches further than expcected and is more than capable of taking this out along the way.

Ryan Joyce v James Wade: Joyce to win

Wade has not been convincing at all this tournament, finding himself within one set of defeat against both Seigo Asada and Keegan Brown.

Joyce, on the other hand, has been very impressive, dispatching Anastasia Dobromyslova 3-0 before whitewashing Simon Whitlock.

His 4-3 victory over Alan Norris in the last round was less serene, but proved he's capable of scrapping just as hard as Wade.

Jamie Lewis v Dave Chisnall: Lewis over 7.5 180s

Lewis threw a staggering 12 maximums in overcoming Daryl Gurney before the Christmas break, and nine in his match before that.

The Welshman also threw 13 in knocking out Peter Wright last year, so clearly those were no fluke.

Chisnall is another strong scorer, but the line - and price - look more tempting for Lewis on his own as opposed to a combined total.


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