Rob Cross v Peter Wright11/04/2019 19:15
|Cross Win2 or more 180s each|
Gerwyn Price v Mensur Suljovic11/04/2019 20:00
James Wade v Daryl Gurney11/04/2019 20:45
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If you want a safer bet, Rob Cross draw no bet at 4/9 is still good value. But, I see solid value in Rob Cross to get the job and both hitting two or more 180s at 7/5.
Cross is in terrific form at the moment, and I do not see him slowing down anytime soon. Meanwhile, Wright is struggling, but he did scrape a 7-7 draw (somehow) against Michael Smith last week.
Wright’s real issue is his constant adjustments to his darts, and his throw can be so hit and miss depending on the darts he picks.
I can see Cross controlling this match much better than Smith, and he will punish Wright for his inconsistent throw and loose darts.
Still, Wright is a very capable player, and he has thrown at least two 180s in all but one of his Premier League games this season.
Cross should have little issues hitting the required 180s in this game, and I expect a reasonably comfortable win for the Voltage.
I am struggling to call this game, I do see value in Price Draw No bet at 8/11, but I can honestly see this game going the distance, and potentially ending level.
Either way, I think Price will hit a big checkout at some point in this match, and he has done so regularly on the Premier League stages.
Price has hit a checkout over 102.5 in six of his matches in the Premier League, including a big 127 checkout against Mensur in their previous meeting.
Despite James Wade letting Mensur get under his skin last time out, I can see him bouncing back with a victory tonight.
Wade will be full of confidence after his Pro Tour win in Barnsley last weekend. Wade convincingly won the final, beating Michael Smith 8-2 with a 98.00 average.
Meanwhile, Gurney sat out the weekend after his 8-4 loss to Rob Cross in Belfast. It is never nice to lose in front of your crowd, but he couldn’t do much against a fantastic Cross.
I can see a fairly decent game in this one, but I see Wade coming out on top, and has the psychological edge after smashing Gurney 7-0 in their last meeting.
On that note, I do see good value in Wade to win this at evens, but Wade has drawn two of his last four Premier League matches, so the DNB is there to cover us.
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