My selection is Dimitri Van Den Bergh, to the young Belgian.
A challenging game to phone along with I am confident and Mervyn King has played with some excellent darts this year will fancy his chances. I think Dimiti to score the 180s in 11/10 is fairly solid and have looked to the 180 market. Hes very much an electricity scorer and when he gets his rhythm going they fly into the triple 20 bed. King has hit 28 180s in rated TV tournaments thus far this year so needs to be admired but if Dimitri is on form he can be hard to live together on the front.
Gary Anderson ends up here having not played as the Matchplay. He has significantly reduced his playing time this year due to his spine but he hardly practices so he must nonetheless have the ability to play some good darts. He encounters agitate and Keegan Brown that I am sure will attempt to slow down the game to try Gary. Whether or not that works, I still think Gary is going to have the ability to reach quite a few 180s. Keegan is not the sort of player wholl blow you off with large scores but instead accumulation. Garys spine does not play up and I think hes a great cost at 10/11 to strike the most 180s.
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