Tom Beresford has a 3/1 treble for Saturday night's action.
Daryl Gurney vs Justin Pipe - 19:10
Kicking off Saturday's evening session at Alexandra Palace, two-time major champion, Daryl Gurney takes on Justin Pipe.
Pipe had to come through a tough opener at Alexandra Palace as he edged out Slovenia's Benjamin Pratmener in a 3-2 victory.
The somerset-based ace will have to improve if he's to test an on-song Daryl Gurney, who's had another strong year on the PDC tour - winning the German Darts Championship in March and a Players Championship event in Barnsley back in September.
Gurney's notorious for his maximum-hitting. To put it into context, Superchin fired in a total of 191 maximums over 69 matches on the pro-tour and an in-form Daryl Gurney will produce 180's.
Glen Durrant vs Damon Heta - 20:00
The second game on Saturday evening sees the reigning three-time BDO World Champion, Glen Durrant makes his debut at the PDC World Championship as he takes on Australia's Damon Heta.
Durrant got off to a franetic start to life in the PDC - winning two ranking titles and reaching the semi-finals at the World Matchplay, the World Grand Prix and the Grand Slam of Darts.
The Teessider admits that he's not been playing his best stuff over the past few months and he's determined to go on a run at Alexandra Palace.
As for Heta, the Aussie stunned the much-fancied Jose de Sousa, defeating the Portuguese ace in straight sets.
Durrant's been consistently impressive throughout 2019 on-tour - averaging 96.78 overall, hitting 235 maximums along the way.
Expectedly, Heta can potentially cause Durrant problems early on, but Duzza's class will shine through.
Dimitri van den Bergh vs Josh Payne - 22:00
In a battle of two young guns, the dancing Belgian star, Dimitri van den Bergh takes on Josh Payne in the final match of the night at Alexandra Palace.
Payne was arguably the performer of the first round - averaging a shade over 95 in a 3-0 rout of Diogo Portela. The Gravesend star is of course a two-time PDC ranking event winner and we've all been expecting the 26-year old to really kick on and pick up more titles as he really does have the game.
As for van den Bergh, who defeated Payne in the World Youth Championship final just over two years ago, has also 'underachieved' given his five-star quality.
In terms of previous meetings, the pair have met on plenty of occasions on the Development Tour mostly. Their last four meetings have been evenly shared at 2-2, with van den Bergh running out a 6-1 winner over Payne in a Players Championship event, just a month after suffering a 6-0 whitewash defeat to Payne.
This match will have it all - moments of high-quality, drama, emotion and at times it could be a real scrap.
My recommendation for this particular tungsten toss-up is the 180's market.