Wade into these three enhanced odds darts bets
The second round of the PDC World Darts Championship is completed on Monday evening, when James Wade takes to the stage. He's included in one of the three enhanced quick pick trebles we've got for you here.
Monday afternoon quick pick trebles one and two - 7/2
Leg one: Adrian Lewis v Paul Nicholson
Sixth-seed Jackpot won his first-round match against Russell Stewart 3-1 to set up this clash, and is 8/15 favourite to progress even further. The Asset (another strange darting nickname) faired even better in his opening match, not even dropping a leg in his 3-0 annihilation of Adrian Gray, but will need that kind of form again to beat a much better opponent here. He's priced at 11/8, so it's Adrian instead who's first into the two afternoon bets - if victorious, he'll play the winner of the next match.
Leg two: Dennis Priestley v John MaGowan
The Menace is another who safely reached this stage, beating Warren French 3-0 - he's now fancied to reach the third round, and is priced accordingly at 1/2. Old-timer Mr Magoo was equally as impressive in defeating Chris Mason, but will probably need to continue in the same vein to go any deeper in the tournament. To that end, we've made him 6/4 in the betting, and put Dennis into the enhanced trebles. The winner of the previous game is waiting for whoever goes through.
Leg three: Colin Osborne v Vincent van der Voort
The Wizard made light work of Charles Losper in the first round, coming through as the 3-0 winner. Greased Lightning also had no trouble in beating his first round opponent Nandor Bezzag by the same score-line. It'll come as no surprise therefore to learn that we can't separate the two in the betting, so they've both got odds of 5/6 - which also means they both go into our special accas. Whoever does emerge triumphant will play the winner of the evening session's first match.
That completes our Monday afternoon quick pick trebles, covering the whole session, and with our special enhanced darts bundles you can get a price of 7/2 on Adrian Lewis, Dennis Priestley and Colin Osborne or Vincent van der Voort (take your pick) all winning.
Monday evening quick pick treble - 10/11
Leg one: James Wade v Tony Eccles
The Machine (though you could also call him Spectacular, 009 or Wadey) is last up in the second round, having easily dispatched of Brendan Dolan 3-0 last time out. He's a big odds-on shot at 1/4, up against a man they call The Viper, who wasn't as impressive in beating Remco van Eijden 3-2. Eccles is priced at 11/4 to complete the third round draw, but we don't think he will and have therefore made James the first leg of our third enhanced treble of the day.
Leg two: Phil Taylor v Kevin Painter
It's a repeat of that epic final from 2004 in the first match of the third round, as The Power takes on The Artist for a quarter-final spot against either Wayne Mardle or Co Stompé. A sudden-death leg was needed back then to decide who would be crowned champion of the world - this time, however, we don't think it'll be as close. Phil dropped only three legs in his comprehensive 4-0 drubbing of Michael van Gerwen, so is a big odds-on chance at 1/20, while Kevin, even though he only gave up one set to Carlos Rodriguez, is given a price of 8/1. Taylor is the obvious inclusion in the quick pick acca.
Leg three: Barrie Bates v Mark Dudbridge
Batesy took out giant-killer Bill Davis to set up this clash, beating John Part's conqueror 4-2. Flash was superb in trouncing Mensur Suljovic 4-0, and is rightly the favourite at 2/5. Barrie is rated a 7/4 shot to get through to a last-eight fixture with one of Dennis Smith or Mervyn King. Mark completes the special treble.
That's the final match of the night, so therefore our third favourites treble is also complete. The selections are James Wade, Phil Taylor and Mark Dudbridge - should they all progress to the next round, you'll get the special enhanced price of 10/11.