Michael van Gerwen, who is a two-time champion, and Gary Anderson, who is also a two-time champion both of them are qualified for PDC World Championship quarter-finals at Alexandra Palace.
4rth seed Gary Anderson counter attacked from 2-sets and 3-2 down to defeat Chris Dobey, who is world’s number 36, 4-3 in an exciting tie on Thursday.
Michael van Gerwen, who is the world’s number one athelete, beats Adrian Lewis, who is another two-time champion, to obtain a 4-1 victory.
have a meet up with Gary Anderson, who is a Scottish man, in the semi-final.
England’s Chris Dobey made a 2-0 lead in a race, which is a very high-quality and so much absorbing race and earlier before the leveling done by Anderson Dobey missed a dart to reach 3-1 up at the bullseye.
Chris Dobey, who is 28 years of age, after that returned from 2 legs down to hold the 5th set but 4rth seed Gary Anderson, who is 48 years of age, enforced a decision maker.
In order to secure a nervy victory he required 3 darts at pair of 6 so he moved in front to throw for the game.
In the final eight, Scot, who was the winner of the 2015 and 2016’s tournament, will meet either 28th seed Jamie Lewis or the 12th seed Dave Chisnall at Alexandra Palace.
In the final leg, Dobey did a mistake that is a very dominant mistake as he hit 15 180s to the 13 of Anderson and made an average of 100.83 while seeking for 10 and refused himself a review.
While speaking after a match in which there were 28 maximums, 15 of them by Chris Dobey, Gary Anderson told Sky Sports: ‘I’m scraping it. Every time I’ve played here, I’ve come up here and played well, banging it in the board.
‘But this year it’s a bit different, I’m having to fight.’
Michael Van Gerwen, who is twenty nine years of age, followed on course to defeat Jamie Lewis, who is 33-year-old, very simply as he rapidly made a 2-0 lead earlier than missing darts to gain a victory in the 3rd set.
Jamie Lewis, capitalized as he seeded sixteenth to lower the deficiency and after that made a 2-1 lead on legs in the 4th set.
But Van Gerwen replied with 2 clear eleven dart legs to make a 3-1 lead before wraping up the win and will play in the quarter-finals either against the Ryan Joyce or James Wade.
Van Gerwen spoke to Sky Sports: ‘I made myself work hard, to be fair. I had a few darts to already be 3-0 up in sets and I gave him too much confidence. I shouldn’t put myself in that position.
‘But I think everyone could see my form is there. When I had to, I produced 11, 11, 11, 12 in the last two sets.’
During the session of the evening, Benito van de Pas, who is the 30th seed of Dutch achieved a 4-2 win, after fighting with a lot of effort, over Toni Alcinas, who is a seed of Spain, to secure a 4th round tie against Brendan Dolan, who is a Northern Ireland’s seed.
In the 3rd round Steve West was beaten by Devon Petersen, who is a South Africa’s seed, by 4-2 and will next play a match against Nathan Aspinall, who is an England’s seed, while Michael Smith, who is a 10th seed, defeated John Henderson, who is a Scotland’s seed, by 4-2 to secure a tie with Ryan Searle.