Two-time world champion Adrian Lewis faces world No 1 Michael van Gerwen in a PDC World Championship last-16 on Thursday night. Who will go through? Don't miss our Van Gerwen vs Lewis betting preview with predictions, betting tips, best odds, live stream, bookie offers and no deposit free bets!
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Michael Van Gerwen vs Adrian Lewis: Betting preview
Michael Van Gerwen averaged 101 on his way to a 4-1 victory over Max Hopp on Saturday, with the help of a 170 checkout. He appears to be coming back into form now with averages regularly hitting the mid-nineties and straight set victories in his first two rounds. MVG has appeared more vulnerable
Adrian Lewis, seeded 16th, recently knocked out Darius Labanauskas (4-0) who previously knocked out Raymond van Barneveld in the 2nd round. In this match, the Stoke-on-Trent thrower averaged 97 and hit over 52% of his doubles, a good base level to take into a clash of his magnitude. He also hit 13 180s in his first two matches in these Championships - 6 against Ted Evetts and 7 against Labanauskas.
These two darters have previously met 55 times and the Dutchman is leading 38-14, with three encounters finishing in a draw. Jackpot has lost his last seven meetings against Mighty Mike and last beat MVG in an individual televised event way back in the 2015 Premier League. Van Gerwen also won their two previous matches at this tournament with a narrow 5-4 quarter-final victory in the 2013 Championships and 6-0 thrashing semi-final thrashing twelve months later.
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