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Andrew Tibot 30th Jan 2015 - 12:29

Rod's Odds - Rod Harrington's Quarter Finals preview: Feb 1st

We are down to Quarter Finals here in Milton Keynes and the line-up is without Phil Taylor, however the field has eight brilliant players bidding to get their year off to a good start.

There's no question that endurance will play a major part in who lifts the trophy with the winner having to play three games today.

I still sticking with Michael Van Gerwen to win, however the performance of the first round went to Dave Chisnall and if he keeps that up will be hard to stop.



First game up is the colourful Peter Wright 6/4 playing Adi Lewis ½. Both players never had great averages in their first games and with Wright again changing parts of his equipment and throw, yes throw, I feel that even though Lewis has these dull patches in his game his power scoring will get over the line.

Over on the legs in this match also.



Next match should be a cracker, Dave Chisnall 11/4 had a 106 average and 71% double checkout yesterday and if, he keeps that up will beat Michael van Gerwen1/4. However, I feel that the pressure that Mighty Mike will put on him from the will stop that sort run from Chizzy.

Going for a Van Gerwen win and again on over on the legs.



Terry Jenkins 11/8 must be still on a high after defeating Taylor and will really fancy himself to beat Raymond van Barneveld 8/15 and make the Semis. Barney, although not firing on all cylinders at the moment, does have a knack of throwing great darts at crucial times in legs and could do the same here.

A very hard call, however on yesterday performance you Jenkins fans will fancy him to upset the odds again.

Again over on the legs.



Last game up sees Gary Anderson 8/15 matched up against James Wade 11/8, and this is another game I'm looking forward to. Both players have the all round game and bottle to do well, however who will win is another hard question.

Anderson's game relies on the prolific high scoring and can fire off many legs at level 12 or 13s, whereas Wade is a number cruncher, he does not let up and is great at punishing mistakes from his opponents.

To close to call, however the form-line suggests that Anderson will win a very close game.

Again over on the legs.



The bets for me are over the legs on all four matches and what about a little flutter on the 9 darter.


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