The PDC World Darts Championships has reached the Quarter Final stage and what better way to start the new year than a full day of arra’s? We’ve taken a look at each match and given you our best bets and an acca which has been boosted from 13/2 to 8/1!

PDC World Darts Quarter Finals Tips

Acca @ 8/1

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We had a lovely 9/1 winner in the last 16, can we find another winning acca for the quarter finals? Let’s dig in!

Jonny Clayton to win – 8/13

New Years Day starts with a bang, with a cracking looking match between Belgium’s Dimitri Van den Bergh (13/10) and Wales’ Jonny Clayton (8/13), for a place in the semi-finals.

‘The Dreammaker’ overcame a potentially difficult looking derby match against fellow Belgian Kim Huybrechts in the last 16, winning 4-0 and averaging 95.59 in the process.

Dimi has only dropped one set in the tournament but impressive as he has looked, he has never really been tested. Clayton will surely do that?

‘The Ferret’ has had a disappointing year after a stellar 2021, when he won the Masters, Premier League and World Grand Prix.

The 48-year-old has  since quit his plastering job to concentrate full time on his professional darts career and it appears to already be bearing fruit.

Clayton has played superbly in dispatching Danny van Trijp, Brendan Dolan and the incredible youth talent Josh Rock 4-3 in the last 16.

I think Jonny can set up a potential semi final with Michael van Gerwyn here.

Stephen Bunting +2.5 set hcp – 8/11

One of the stories of the tournament has been the resurgence of ‘The Bullet’ Stephen Bunting (5/2). Here he takes on his toughest opponent to date in Michael Smith (3/10).

The 37-year-old Liverpudlian has looked back to his 2014 BDO World Championship winning best, beating Leonard Gates, Dave Chisnall and Luke Humphries in a tough route to the last eight.

In his last two games Bunting has averaged roughly 100, has hit maximums for fun and has checked out superbly.

‘Bully Boy’, meanwhile, had a regulation win over Nathan Rafferty, before struggling badly over German Martin Schindler, eventually winning 4-3 after an amazing comeback.

A one-sided affair against an out-of-sorts Joe Cullen followed but Smith did raise his game considerably, averaging 103 with 10 180’s.

I expect my pre tournament pick Smith to win this one in a close affair, but think Bunting will win the required three sets to cover the spread.

Darts Betting Odds

Price/Clemens o6.5 sets – 8/13

First up in the evening session we have a tasty looking tie between world #1 Gerwyn Price (1/5) and German sensation Gabriel Clemens (7/2).

‘The Iceman’ has improved his average round-by-round, with wins over Luke Woodhouse (92.88), Raymond van Barneveld (93.68) and Jose de Sousa (94.43).

Here, he faces a man who has reached his first ever quarter final, with some superb wins whilst consistently averaging over 95.

‘The German Giant’ has been peppering the red lipstick and hit maximums on a regular basis, hitting 17 in total throughout the tournament.

Again, I firmly expect Price to win this one but with a fervent mainly pro-German crowd, I think Clemens is capable of nicking at least two sets.

Chris Dobey most 180’s – 4/5

The night is rounded off with tournament favourite Michael van Gerwyn (1/6) taking on Geordie Chris Dobey (4/1).

‘MVG’ has looked imperious thus far in his quest for a fourth title, averaging over 100 in wins over Lewy Williams, an inspired Mensur Suljovic and compatriot Dirk van Duijvenbode.

You get the feeling that the 33-year-old still has several levels to call upon if needed and he may well do against Dobey.

‘Hollywood’ has consistently been seen as one of the up and coming stars of the PDC, reaching three major semi finals and three quarter finals.

However, he has never won a televised event and this is his best performance at Ally Pally to date.

The 32-year old hit 21 180’s in total during wins over Martijn Kleermaker and former World Champions in Gary Anderson and Rob Cross.

Compare that to 18 for ‘Mighty Mike’, who has struggled (other than against Suljovic) to hit the maximums and I’m taking Dobey for most 180’s in this one.

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