Webster v Jenkins. Bottom of the table scrap, this one. The Welshman's lost his last 7 bouts, and has taken some absolute lacings in the last few. It's hard to believe that his last victory was a thumping, 110 average, 8-2 against Lewis. Jenks has been a bit better - picked up a creditable draw against Barney last week - but he's nowhere near the pace of those ahead of him. There's no pressure on Webster, so I fancy him to put in at least one decent shift out of the next three. 8-5 Webster.
Anderson v Taylor. Unless you don't follow the darts, there's nothing more to say about Taylor's performances so far. Anderson's been consistency personified... so how's it gonna go? The Power's ruthless, and Anderson's still intimidated by him. 8-4 Taylor.
Barney v Wade. Wade's obviously upped his Weetabix intake, turning around a poor run of form to win his last three. Barney's been a bit in and out throughout the tournament and will have been rattled by that draw with Jenks last week. Wade has given himself an unexpected chance of making the last four, and I think this'll be what settles the encounter. 8-5 Wade.
Lewis v Whitlock. Jackpot has lost the last three by the same score, 8-3, and faces the prospect of not qualifying for final's night. The boy's an undoubted talent but he just can't keep it switched on for long enough (the world champo being his one exception, of course). With the end in sight, neither player can afford to lose this one, and I just get the feeling that Lewis is going to turn it on. 8-5 Lewis.
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