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Dimitri van den Bergh v Luke Humphries: Humphries highest checkout over 117.5
Van den Bergh looks a solid favourite for this last-16 tie following his 3-1 victory over Jonny Clayton in which he took out eight 180s.
But Humphries has shown a real knack for three-dart finishes, taking out a 121 in round one and 136 and 142 in round two.
The Belgian to win, hit the most 180s and Humphries to hit the highest checkout catches the eye at , but backing the underdog to take out over 117.5 ought to be an easy win.
Gary Anderson v Chris Dobey: Over 12.5 total 180s
Dobey’s numbers have been improving all tournament, averaging 97.87 over seven sets against Vincent van der Voort and hitting more than 51 per cent of his doubles.
So, Anderson to win and over 5.5 sets at looks a nice bet, but if you want to play it safe then stick to 180s.
Dobey hit nine of his own in the previous round, while Anderson has racked up 15 across his two games so far.
Michael van Gerwen v Adrian Lewis: Michael van Gerwen under 7.5 180s
This market didn’t let us down last time, so it makes sense to go again now the line has been raised to 7.5.
MVG only hit six 180s in five sets against Max Hopp in his last game, and four in four against Alan Tabern the round before that.
The Dutchman likes switching to the treble 19 more than any other player left in the competition, so this is easily the best value you can squeeze out of the world No.1.
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