The third round continues later tonight with a total of ten world titles on show between the six players.
Adrian Lewis vs Mensur Suljovic
Jackpot is firing, his tournament average is over 101 so far, his checkout % is over 50, and has only lost in the last 16 twice. Suljovic has had slow starts to both of his games so far against Pallett and Wattimena. The Stoke thrower tops the head to head, and is third in the total 180’s table of the tournament so far (his record is 62). Using that knowledge, Lewis to hit over 7.5 180’s at is a steal. Have a look at Lewis 4-0 ( ), Lewis hat trick , and a high checkout of over 132 as well.
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Gary Anderson vs Vincent Van Der Voort
The World Champion has been in good form in his first two rounds, but will be a little wary of the Dutch Destroyer. Van Der Voort is looking to reach the quarter finals for the third year running. He’s looked sharp in his wins over Loz Ryder and Kyle Anderson, and is comfortable over longer formats. Anderson let Daryl Gurney take the first set off him in round 2, if he does it here he could be in trouble. Back Anderson to win but VdV to win a set at but for outside bets, go for Anderson 4-2 , or for the match to go over 5.5 sets
Michael Van Gerwen vs Raymond Van Barneveld
109. That’s what Michael Van Gerwen averaged in round 2, meaning he hit on average a treble 20 with every score. No one can stop him on that form, not even the great Van Barneveld. But if he isn’t firing, then Barney will take advantage. RVB came through a cracker of a game with Bunting in a tie break. IF MVG can repeat the second round performance, this will be 4-0 at . Barney has beaten him on TV this year, and can test the green machine, so I’d look at over 5.5 sets , or a straight out Barneveld win at