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Tonight, group favourite Rob Cross will be playing from his newly-built "darts out-house" in the garden but it's obviously been a heartbreaking few weeks for him having sadly lost his grandfather to Covid last month.
The funeral was as recently as Monday and Cross told www. My nan is living with us now, now it's all about being there for her now and keeping her safe.
If Snakebite's palace doesn't feel like home by now, it never will, plus he must have enjoyed the most high-quality practice sessions than anyone else in the world.
Both won Tour Cards at Q School and while neither have took the circuit by storm, that doesn't really count for anything in this! At up he had left and went T20, T20 before going inside on double two!
My tip Dimitri van den Bergh was also unfortunate to lose to Cross by the same scoreline despite averaging 10 points more with 91 and that proved decisive.
Sure, the world number 40 has endured a very poor season by his standards but he was doing OK in the second half of and even knocked Peter Wright out of the Players Championship Finals over a short format.
Maybe this concentrated practice time in lockdown is what the Yorkshire veteran needs. Ian White, however, is obviously a very fair favourite and was recently branded one of the best five players never to win a major by Paul Nicholson on these pages.
He's obviously showed us his best form away from the big crowds down the years, winning the vast majority of his titles in Players Championship settings, so there's no reason why he wouldn't enjoy this experience.
Jesus Noguera became the latest surprise table-topper in this tournament of shocks last night but he did so without recording a single average of over There was only two over 90 last night, with a staggering doubles were missed, so when levels are of that nature, it's even more of a leveller.
Any myth held about players being able to perform better in the comfort of their own home has been debunked somewhat, with the 'online' format and 'atmosphere' of not being about to see their opponent affecting their usual playing rhythms.
Dirk van Duijvenbode is a worthy favourite despite being lower ranked at 77 than Kyle Anderson 45 and Martin Schindler 77 because of his form, and at the start of March he reached the Belgian Darts Championship semi-finals thanks to victories over Ian White, Jeffrey de Zwaan and Nathan Aspinall prior to a narrow loss to Gerwyn Price.
Any close followers of darts will know he has one of the best walk-ons in the game but he'll obviously struggle to get himself as pumped for his home venue.
Kyle Anderson will have all the neutrals who don't bet on his side after recently recovering from coronavirus.
The Australian spent over four weeks in isolation after testing positive at the end of March but is now back with his family and, like Damon Heta earlier in the week, will be playing in the middle of the night local time.
He said: "There was one time at night when I woke up and I was coughing. Then I thought to myself, and this might be morbid, am I going to wake up from this?
Will I fall asleep and not wake up? It was very real for me. I don't usually have a darts set-up at home but I've got a Unicorn stand and it's set up in my garage.
I've played a friend online but it wasn't good but had some good practice, but I'll be able to be more focused. It will be good to get back to playing, but I'm not sure how I'll go.
I'm a bit nervous because it might take me some time to get back into it. I'm instead going to side with Martin Schindler who restored some lost confidence prior to lockdown by reaching two Development Tour finals and while his form on the main circuit has been disappointing, he did thrash Justin Pipe at the UK Open to remind us of his promise that he's not shown enough off.
It may not seem much logic to go off but you won't have needed any to pick some of the group winners so far! I'm still expecting a close group that goes to the final game between van Duijvenbode and Anderson.
Chris Hammer's best bet: Match to have over 7. Daniel Larsson averaged in the lower mid 80s for his wins over coronavirus survivor Kyle Anderson and favourite Dirk van Duijvenbode last night, although he did manage the PDC Home Tour's 16th average out of games when thrashing Martin Schindler You could easily assume it's not been very much when scrolling through the averages and stats on Dart Connect click here to do so but it could just be the surreal nature of the competition which throws them once the cameras start rolling in their houses.
With so many unknowns, I'm swerving world number 18 Krzysztof Ratajski even though he's a very fair favourite. Since the start of , only Michael van Gerwen 34 , Peter Wright 10 , Gerwyn Price 10 and Gary Anderson 9 have won more than the Polish Eagle's eight titles and all but one of those came away from the stage environment.
I'm really torn between Jamie Hughes and Darius Labanauskas, who are two of the most dangerous players outside the top 20 on the Order of Merit.
Hughes enjoyed a dream debut season on the PDC circuit last year winning a European Tour title and climbing up the rankings quick enough to qualify for the World Matchplay.
After a disappointing World Championship, where he lost in the opening round, Yozza bounced back impressive by beating MVG in a deciding leg en route to a Players Championship quarter-final and after a few more solid runs, he then reached the same stage of the UK Open only to lose an agonising decider to Jonny Clayton after missing eight match darts.
Labanauskas also earned his tour card in January and after an impressive year himself, made a huge impact at the World Championship where he beat Ian White, Max Hopp and Steve Beaton before losing to MVG in the quarter-finals.
Since then he's not been as consistent as Hughes and even lost to him back in February but you can take that with a pinch of salt.
I'll give the edge to Hughes this evening but as I'm also expecting this tough evenly-matched group of quality players to spur each other on and put on a decent show, the 'match action' bets below are also worth considering.
Anyone who wants to go for the biggest priced outsider again in the shape of Toni Alcinas, then you will be encouraged to know he's reached the last 32 of two Players Championship events this season, beating Hughes and Dave Chisnall along the way, while he did of course beat Peter Wright at the World Championship.
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