Things are really heating up on the oche as the Grand Slam of Darts approaches the end of the Last 16 round.
Former world champions Michael van Gerwen, Peter Wright and Gary Anderson take to the stage on Thursday and we’ve pieced together an 11/1 Acca!
Check out our four-fold from the oche:
- Michael Smith to beat Joe Cullen
- Peter Wright v Jose De Sousa – Over 10.5 180s
- Fallon Sherrock to beat Mensur Suljovic
- Michael van Gerwen to beat Gary Anderson
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Thursday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Michael Smith to beat Joe Cullen
“Bully Boy” Smith took 6/6 points in a competitive Group H and looks to have matured in 2021.
His doubling can still be erratic, but there seems to be more belief coming from the throw of Smith.
Joe Cullen can beat anyone on his day but is likely to dip in form in patches over the longer distance.
This could well go down to the wire, but Smith should sneak through.
Peter Wright v Jose De Sousa – Over 10.5 180s
This has the potential to be a firecracker.
10-9, either way, isn’t out of the question at all, meaning we could see 19 legs between these two major winners.
De Sousa is a 180 machine and together with “Snakebite’s” power scoring should see us towards 11 maximums.
Fallon Sherrock to beat Mensur Suljovic
Fallon Sherrock is turning into the story of the Grand Slam of Darts.
The “Queen of the Palace” sealed her place in the knockout phase with a magical 170 checkout on Monday night and will fancy taking the scalp of Mensur Suljovic (again!).
Sherrock dumped the Austrian out of the 2019 World Championship and will be licking her lips once again.
Mensur is playing faster than normal and will be put under pressure by Sherrock.
Michael van Gerwen to beat Gary Anderson
MVG is looking back in sumptuous form.
He averaged 106 and 115 in topping Group G with ease, dropping just three legs en route.
Anderson is playing well in patches but doesn’t have the fire in his belly to pin down the “Green Machine”.
Van Gerwen is on a mission and should advance towards the quarter-finals.