On to Thursday, and James Wade looks in continued confidence and good nick and plays Michael Unterbuchner, the debutant from Germany who announced himself on the world stage in January when he reached the semis at the Lakeside. Michael overcame a nightmare against Anderson, averaging less than 79 in a 5-2 loss, before beating Steve Hine and Ian White, though his scoring shouldn't be threatening enough against Wade, who will put him under colossal pressure.
One bet that I did initially likewas Wade to register the most maximums, which Glenn Woodage, odds compiler for Bwin offers industry best price of 7/10. With the German registering just two maximums in the group stage, Wade has registered eight, including four in his opening game against Wesley Harms, which resulted in a white-wash. Now Sportingbet and Bwin are 19/20 and I judge this as fair for Wade to hit four or more over the long race to ten format.
I also like the double on Gary Anderson to bag the most maximums against Wesley Harms, and also a return of a market we have been known to use in the Clayton game. This is to go first leg 180 NO. The double combined is 17/20 with Skybet. I am highly confident Anderson will get the job done, and Clayton's game goes up first, so if this wins, consider the 4/11 on Anderson boosted to 17/20 for the win!
J Wade - over 3.5 180's - 19/20 Sportingbet 1pt
Anderson most 180s & Clayton game 1st leg 180 NO double - 17/20 Skybet 1.5 pts