Dave Chisnall v Gary Anderson: Over 21.5 total 180s

Anderson racked up 13 maximums against Chris Dobey last time out, taking his total to 28 in three matches.

Chisnall also hit a tournament-high of eight the last time he was on stage, having amassed six in both of his appearances before that.

Given Anderson's last two games have both gone the distance, and Chisnall has won 11 sets in a row, these two ought to allow each other plenty of time to reach this benchmark.

Luke Humphries v Michael Smith: Smith over 10.5 180s

Smith is really finding his range on the 180s, clocking up 10 in five sets against Ryan Searle after hitting nine in six against John Henderson.

His strike rate is improving all the time, and he now averages a maximum every two-and-a-half legs this tournament.

Humphries' performance against Rob Cross proved that he'll be no pushover, but Bully Boy's scoring power ought to keep him in contest long enough to bring this one in.

Michael van Gerwen v Ryan Joyce: Van Gerwen under 8.5 180s

This market has given us two wins from MVG's last two matches, so we'd be mad not to go for the hat-trick.

The world No.1 is yet to hit more than six 180s in a single match so far this tournament, so this line gives us plenty of breathing room, even allowing for the best-of-nine format.

The Dutchman hit 65 per cent of his darts at treble 19 against Adrian Lewis, so is likely to switch down the board even more regularly than usual.


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