THE last six sessions of the PDC World Championships before Christmas takes place and begins on Friday lunchtime.
Second up is Highlander John Henderson taking on German thrower Gabriel Clemens, with the German reigning supreme in both of their meetings on the tour. Both were narrow victories, with Clemens already having a taste of the oche besting Aden Kirk in round one.
The betting had the Scot as narrow favourite in receipt of his ranking and experience on the big stage at 6/7 with Marathonbet, with Clemens at 11/10. I see the game going some distance with both players looking to hold throw as their fortress. I liked the look of Clemens to net 4 or more maximums at 4/6 initially, but can be backed at 39/50 with Sportingbet, which is worth a play.
Skybet head 11/10 on the game going over 17.5 legs. A four set game with two sets going all five legs and two sets at least four legs will see this home, but think this game will go deep.
In another match in the afternoon session, Richard North and Steve West face off. North hit double figures in the maximum stakes in round one and places a Steve West, who has experienced some issues on the oche. Both are capable of winning this, and with North having a game under his belt, think the game going four sets as well as 3+ maximums each at 5/4 in the request a bet section on Skybet is worthy of a play.
The evening session i would not go heavy on it, but Peterson to win a set off Ian White at 8/13 does appeal as double material alongside Gerwyn Price to see off Nathan Aspinall with the double at 23/20 at Betfred.
Clayton and Bergh will be interesting to say the least and although finding a winner edges towards the Belgian, the Welshman has plenty of pedigree to take this out and any leg to be won on the bull might be the play here.