We are down to the final four men this week all battling it out to be crowned the World Grand Prix champion. Chris Dobey battled back so well against Ian White and now faces Michael Van Gerwen in the second semi-final of the evening. Glenn Durrant takes on Dave Chisnall who will see this as the perfect opportunity to finally get his hands on a first major. He is playing some world class darts but Glenn Durrant seems to have that knack of winning tight games. It is going to be a fantastic encounter.

They kick us off this evening and whilst Duzza is playing some top darts but I just think Chizzy will have just too much for him. He is playing some of the darts of his life as of late and will be oozing confidence coming into tonight. It could be a very tight game but given Chizzy’s relentless 180 hitting, I think the Chisnall Match Treble is worth a play. He should beat Duzza on the 180 count and whilst it a slight lottery with the check out’s he has fired in some big ones so far this week and he should again tonight.  It should be a cracker and hopefully we can land a winner too. 

Dave Chisnall Match Treble - 1pt @ 3/1

Michael Van Gerwen v Chris Dobey is the second semi-final of the evening. MVG played well last night but again showed he can have edgy moments and King gave him a run for his money. He came through the test, as he usually does, and is the firm favourite to go on and win the whole tournament. Dobey was really impressive again and I can see him being a top 10 player sooner rather than later. I think he will give Michael a decent game tonight and hold his own. Could he do the unthinkable? You never know, but I think Van Gerwen is playing too well to lose, especially over the best of seven sets. Michael Van Gerwen to win 4-2 looks appealing at 4/1. 

Michael Van Gerwen 4-2 - 1pt @ 4/1