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Nic Ladds 26th Dec 2008 - 19:26

Van Gerwen needs Dutch courage for Power cut

We've got two more fantastic enhanced odds darts accumulators for you here, covering the favourites in both of Saturday's sessions at Alexandra Palace - so get involved, sit back and enjoy the action.

Saturday afternoon darts bundle - 9/4

Leg one: Dennis Smith v Kevin McDine

Smiffy knocked out world number five Terry Jenkins in the first round to set up this match, but even on that form he's the outsider of the two at 7/4 - SupaMc is priced as the 2/5 favourite and is first into the afternoon acca. Whoever does emerge victorious will play the winner of Mervyn King and Mark Walsh.

Leg two: Alan Tabern v Co Stompé

The Saint, as Alan is known, is the favourite for this match at 4/9. The Matchstick knocked out a seed in the first round, but is still not fancied this time around - he's a 13/8 shot, so it's Tabern who makes the bet. The winner here faces a tough one in round three, facing either Wayne Mardle or Robert Thornton.

Leg three: Carlos Rodriguez v Kevin Painter

The Spanish Assassin is another who knocked out a seeded player to reach this stage, but again he's an outsider - we've given him odds of 11/8 to reach the third round. The Painter, not known for looking too happy up on the oche, could paint you a pretty picture if he wins - he's 8/15 to progress to a probable meeting with Phil Taylor (unless Michael van Gerwen gets a shock result), and is the third and final selection in our special bet.

That completes our Saturday afternoon enhanced odds treble, covering the three favourites of the session, and with our special darts bundle you can get a price of 9/4 on Kevin McDine, Alan Tabern and Kevin Painter all winning.

Saturday evening darts bundle - 6/4

Leg one: Mensur Suljovic v Mark Dudbridge

The Gentle (or Mensur, to his very pretty wife) shocked Peter Manley in the first round, and is 6/4 to shock Mark in this match. Flash is the 1/2 favourite in the betting, and will probably fancy his chances against either of his third round opponents - Bill Davis or Barrie Bates - if he gets through. We think he will, so he's first in the evening enhanced odds bet.

Leg two: Phil Taylor v Michael van Gerwen

Unsurprisingly, The Power is the overwhelming jolly for this clash, and is huge odds-on at 1/20. Mighty Mike is huge odds-against at 8/1; let's be honest - he'll need to play the game of his life, and hope Phil has an off day, to reach the third round. It's unlikely any of that'll happen, so Taylor goes into the bet.

Leg three: Wayne Mardle v Robert Thornton

This one could be well be the closest match of the session. Hawaii 501 never really needed to play his best arrers to dispatch of qualifier David Fatum in round one, but like so many others in these two sessions is priced as the outsider in the betting - his odds are 6/4. Imaginatively monikered The Thorn, Robert is the favourite at 1/2, and should he win will play either Alan Tabern or Co Stompé.

That's the final match of the night, so therefore our second favourites treble is also complete. The selections are Mark Dudbridge, Phil Taylor and Robert Thornton - should they all progress to the next round, you'll get the special enhanced price of 6/4.

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