The PDC World Darts Championships continues from Alexandra Palace and on Friday afternoon we have three great looking Fourth Round matches. We’ve studied the form and as always, have three tips and an acca for you, which has been boosted from 13/2 to 15/2!

PDC World Darts Day 13 Tips

Acca @ 15/2

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Huybrechts / van den Bergh O 5.5 sets – 10/11

First game of the session is the ‘Battle of the Belge’ as Belgian #2 Kim Huybrechts (21/10) takes on the new #1 Dimitri van den Bergh (4/11).

The world number 15 has had a relatively untroubled route through to the Fourth Round, beating Czech Lourence Ilagan 3-0 in the opener, before seeing off Pole Krzysztof Ratajski 4-1 in the Third Round.

The 28-year-old averaged 97 against Ilagan and 92 against Ratajski and you get the feeling he’s not really been pushed to his very best yet.

Huybrechts had a walk over 3-0 win over a dreadful Grant Sampson in the first round, before dethroning the reigning World Champion Peter Wright 4-1.

The Scot was atrocious but the 37-year-old Belgian looked back to something near his best. These two know each others games so well, from being World Cup of Darts teammates and I think this could go all the way.

Gabriel Clemens most 180’s – 8/13

German darts has perhaps been the talk of the tournament (bar Josh Rock) and it has been figure headed by Gabriel Clemens (4/5) and the unfortunate Martin Schindler.

Schindler threw away a 3-1 lead against Michael Smith last night but the thousands of Germans in attendance at the Ally Pally will still have one of their own to shout on.

The 39-year-old played superb to beat William O’ Connor 3-0 and then came from behind to beat Jim Williams to reach the last 16.

Now he faces one of the other stand out stories of the tournament, Scotland’s Alan Soutar (Evens), in what looks an intriguing battle.

The 44-year-old went back to his day job as a fireman, between impressive wins over Mal Cuming, Daryl Gurney and Danny Noppert.

I have no interest in predicting the winner of this one as both men have displayed huge fighting prowess, so will side with the ‘German Giant’ to hit the most 180’s. He managed eight to Soutar’s five in the last round.

Joe Cullen to win – 7/5

Last game of the afternoon looks an absolute banger. Yorkshireman Joe Cullen (7/5) takes on St Helen’s Michael Smith (4/7) for a place in the quarter finals.

Smith was appalling in the early stages of his third round match, struggled for scoring and had to wrestle it back from 3-1 down to get past Martin Schindler.

We do know, however, that the 32-year-old can spark into life at any time and showed his class winning the last three sets.

The Grand Slam champ faces a man bang in form. The 33-year-old played a superbly entertaining game against Ricky Evans in the Second Round, before demolishing Damon Heta 4-0.

Cullen’s averages of 95 and 98 put him slightly above Smith and if things stay with form, I can see him beating the pre tournament 2nd favourite fairly handily.

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