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Nic Ladds 27th Dec 2008 - 23:29

Barney Army get ready for the battle ahead

We've got another two quick pick accumulators for you here, covering the favourites in both of Sunday's sessions at Ally Pally - so get involved, sit back and enjoy the darting action.

Afternoon quick pick accumulator - 7/4

Leg one: Bill Davis v Barrie Bates

American Davis shocked the darts world by defeating reigning champion John Part 3-0 in the opening round, yet he's still priced as the 6/4 outsider to the more experienced Batesy, a 1/2 chance. Barrie is sometimes known as Champagne, and you could be popping open the bubbly yourself if he - along with the other two - wins, as he's the first selection in this bet. Mark Dudbridge is waiting for the winner, after trouncing Mensur Suljovic 4-0 on Saturday.

Leg two: Ronnie Baxter v Denis Ovens

The Rocket (8/13) beat qualifier Marko Kantele in the first round to set up this clash with The Heat (6/5), who in turn beat Steve Maish. As the higher-ranked seed, we've made Baxter the favourite and included him in the second leg of the treble. If he does get through, he'll probably be up against world number two Raymond van Barneveld.

Leg three: Andy Hamilton v Tony Ayres

The Hammer is a big odds-on favourite for this match at 1/9, and rightly so; his opponent (who goes by the nickname T-Man) has only been in a TV tournament once, and his run ended with a 9-0 drubbing at the hands of van Barneveld. Ayres is a 5/1 shot, so misses out on the enhanced bet. Whoever progresses will play either Jelle Klaasen or Jan van der Rassel.

That completes Sunday's afternoon quick pick accumulator, covering the first three favourites of the day, and with our special enhanced darts bundle you can get a price of 7/4 on Barrie Bates, Ronnie Baxter and Andy Hamilton all winning.

Evening quick pick accumulator - 6/4

Leg one: Jelle Klaasen v Jan van der Rassel

The Young Matador is the 2/7 jolly in this tie after heavily beating former world number one Colin Lloyd in the first round, while his fellow Dutchman Rassel Dazzle is priced at 5/2 - he beat last year's beaten finalist Kirk Shepherd to set up this match. Jelle is the first selection in our second quick pick acca. The winner here faces a tough third-round clash should Andy Hamilton progress as expected.

Leg two: Raymond van Barneveld v Wes Newton

Barney, perhaps unsurprisingly, is the huge odds-on fav for this game, and is 1/10 to reach the third round. 'Av It is huge odds-against at 11/2, and will play the winner of the Ronnie Baxter/Denis Ovens clash should he pull off a major shock. We don't think he will, so Raymond goes into the bet.

Leg three: Mervyn King v Mark Walsh

The King was at his majestic best when dispatching of qualifier Shi Yongsheng in his opening match, not dropping a leg in a 3-0 win, which is why he's the favourite here at 4/6. Walshie beat Jamie Cavan in not quite so dominating fashion, scraping through 3-2, so he's 11/10 for this game, where the winner will play Dennis Smith, who came from three sets down to beat Kevin McDine on Saturday. Mervyn is the final player into the enhanced treble.

That's the final match of the night, so therefore our evening favourites treble is also complete. The selections are Jelle Klaasen, Raymond van Barneveld and Mervyn King - should they all progress to the next round, you'll get the special enhanced price of 6/4.

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