Dave Chisnall v Adrian Lewis
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Preliminary round Best of 3 8 Matches. Quarter finals Best of 9 4 Matches. Semi finals Best of 11 2 Matches. Final Best of 13 1 Match.
The rules are as as simple as it gets. The Cup contest contains several knock-out rounds. In some prediction games mostly football the Cup contest will be staged twice. In the so-called Drop Out contest the number of players are reduced bit by bit every round. This contest groups the best three players to a team according to the team they support. This contest groups the best three players to a team according to their originating country.
This contest uses an indirect scoring system: Their games are getting better with Lewis now taking his opportunities, which he wasn't doing before, and Chizzy looks a little less flustered and a little more capable.
He's got his composure back but then he'll go missing - he lacks belief when it comes to winning big games. Aidy will win just because I think he's taking his chances better than Dave.
Big night for Phil - he's playing twice. I don't think he gets anything from Gary because he's too good for him right now and probably will be for the rest of Taylor's career.
Anderson has had 13 ton-plus finishes - more than anyone. That tells me that he's never out of a leg and I just think his scoring is phenomenal. I think Gary gets the better of him, but I'm not going for a score because it's too difficult.
Wade isn't playing well - I keep saying it and I keep being proved right. How he beat Phil Taylor last week, I don't know. Certainly no good asking Phil and no good asking James. James plays to anywhere between a 90 and 94 average and somehow gives better players untold problems. I don't know how he does it. He's becoming more of a spoiler than anyone and he can still qualify for The O2. The odds suggest Peter will win this handsomely, but I don't think that he'll run away with it.
Barney was the last player to beat him in the Premier League when they met in Manchester, but I say it every week - I won't back against Van Gerwen.
I can't see how you can think that he's going to get beat by anyone.