PDC World Darts Championship Day 11 Tips - Tuesday, December 28

Darts Michael van Gerwen

We’ve all just about caught our breath inside the Alexandra Palace following yesterday’s action.

Gerwyn Price left it late in a last-leg shootout, Jonny Clayton swept aside Gabriel Clemens and there were also wins for Ross Smith, Michael Smith and Dirk van Duijvenbode in some scintillating Monday action.

We’re back inside the grand north London building on Tuesday as the PDC World Championship action contines.

We’ve got three tips across a trio of third round matches here:

Rob Cross -1.5 handicap v Daryl Gurney @ Evs with bet365

“Voltage” has a decent record against Daryl Gurney.

The former world champion has only lost twice to the Northern Irishman in their last nine meetings and Cross is playing like a man looking to regain his crown from 2018.

Cross has had a better 2021 than Gurney and navigated a tricky second round assignment against fan-favourite Raymond van Barneveld.

We’re expecting Cross to run away with this one once he gets ahead, with a -1.5 handicap looking good.

Merry Christmas to you all. Thanks for all your support.
???@TargetDarts @NamosSolutions @ScottRBSLtd

— Rob Cross (@RobCross180) December 25, 2021

Peter Wright – Over 7.5 180s at 6/5 with Paddy Power

If Peter Wright continues fiddling with his darts during the World Championship then he may find himself dropping unlikely sets.

Damon Heta is more than capable of pinching one or two against “Snakebite” meaning there may be plenty of legs in this third round tie.

Wright is a heavy scorer when he gets on a run and should be able to bag himself at least 8 maximums throughout the contest.

Merry Grinchmas everyone. @grinchmovie is in the house today. Complete with custom Grinch baubles made by @jowrighty8 You can just see one under Grinch's hand on the tree. Tree decorated by @MimiWright6 and Stuart.

— Peter Wright (@snakebitewright) December 25, 2021

Michael van Gerwen v Chris Dobey – 170 finish at 8/1 with bet365

No player leaves more 170 finishes than Michael van Gerwen.

We’ve already seen two ‘big fish’ landed by William O’Connor and Raymond van Barneveld at this year’s championship and MVG is a strong contender to make it a third.

The “Green Machine” has bagged a 170 finish in six of his last seven World Championship appearances and knows he’s going to have to play well to knock out Chris Dobey.

Another 170 is well priced at 8/1.

I hope everyone had a phenomenal Christmas. But now it’s business time again. I’m itching to play again so having a good hour or so now ???? #UsedSoft

— Michael Van Gerwen (@MvG180) December 26, 2021