Rob Cross v Gerwyn Price

Last week I thought Price was value in the most 180s market, and I think he is again this time around. No one has hit more 180s than his 41 this tournament and Cross severely misfired in his 8-2 defeat against MVG last week. With Cross not even hitting one maximum in that match, the 13/8 on offer again represents value. 

Gerwyn Price Most 180s - 1pt @ 13/8

Daryl Gurney v Peter Wright

Gurney has only one win in four matches but it’s still better than his opponent’s record. Wright hasn’t won in seven matches and looks to only be playing for pride right now.

I’m expecting the Northern Irishman though to make a run for a playoff place with a win here. He’s playing so much better than the Scotsman right now and has more tournament 180s and legs won against throw.13/10 is a great price for him to be victorious.

Daryl Gurney - 1pt @ 13/10

James Wade v Michael van Gerwen

It’s fair to say that the Dutchman is back to his pomp, with 7-1, 8-3 and 8-2 victories in the last four weeks. He’s averaged over a ton in his last five Premier League games and another performance of this ilk should provide plenty of opportunities for a similar scoreline. 

Wade is no easy opponent, but 2/1 for the match treble (win, highest checkout and most 180s) is value in a game where there isn’t much.

Michael van Gerwen Match Treble - 1pt @ 2/1