Daryl Gurney v Jamie Lewis: Over 13.5 total 180s

Gurney is one of the biggest power scorers in the game, hitting six 180s on Tuesday with 11 more scores of 140 or more.

Lewis was a maximum machine on this stage last year, hitting 13 in dumping out Peter Wright, and racked up nine in his first appearance this year.

This figure should be easily achievable between them, particularly now we're into the longer format.

Ryan Searle v William O'Connor: Searle to checkout over 114.5

Searle nailed a 118 and 120 in defeating Mensur Suljovic on Thursday to continue an impressive streak of big finishes.

He hit three ton-plus checkouts, including a 121, at the Players Championship Finals last month, and also took out 140 and 157 at the Grand Slam of Darts the week before that.

In a match that looks like it could easily go deep, he should get plenty of chances to repeat the trick.

Michael van Gerwen v Max Hopp: Van Gerwen under 6.5 180s

Van Gerwen only hit four 180s in four sets against Alan Tabern last Saturday.

And his readiness to switch to the treble 19 means that is not necessarily an anomaly.

He managed one maximum every four legs at the Players Championship Finals last month, so this mark looks a generous price if the world No.1 can wrap the game up quickly.


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