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PDC World Darts Championship Tips - Day 6 selections and a 7/1 accumulator

  • We provide our tips and predictions on day six of the 2021 PDC World Darts Championships
  • Maik Kuivenhoven, Vincent van der Voort and Jonny Clayton feature on our accumulator
  • We're also backing Ryan Searle to knock out number 23 seed, Jeffrey de Zwaan
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Jonny Clayton should be too good for John Henderson in Sunday's final match. (Getty)

World Cup winner, Johnny Clayton rounds off day six's action on Sunday, as "The Ferret" faces John Henderson in the second-round. The match of the day might well be the final game in the afternoon session though, as Jeffrey de Zwaan takes on Ryan Searle.

We've picked out four of our best bets on day six at the PDC World Championships and rolled our tips into this four-fold accumulator.

PDC World Darts Championship - Day Six Schedule

Player 1

Player 2
12:15pm 1 Derk Telnekes vs Nick Kenny
1:10pm 1 Jason Lowe vs Dmitriy Gorbunov
2:05pm 1 Maik Kuivenhoven vs Matthew Edgar
3:00pm 2 Vincent van der Voort vs Ron Meulenkamp
6:15pm 1 Martijn Kleermaker vs Cameron Carolissen
7:10pm 1 Keegan Brown vs Ryan Meikle
8:05pm 1 Jeffery de Zwaan vs Ryan Searle
9:00pm 2 Jonny Clayton vs John Henderson

PDC World Darts Championship Tips - Day Six Acca

Maik Kuivenhoven vs Matthew Edgar

This is a fiendishly tricky game to predict, as the odds suggest. However, I fancy MAIK KUIVENHOVEN may hand the Englishman his third defeat on the Ally Pally stage.

Edgar has twice lost to the ultra-consistent Darius Labanauskas in the opening round, going down 3-1 in 2019 and 3-0 12 months ago. Maik Kuivenhoven is the lower ranked of the two, but his results on the Pro Tour leading into the World Championships have been better. Maik even beat Michael Van Gerwen in a Pro Tour event during the summer. This is going to be tight, but I fancy Kuivenhoven may come out on top.

Vincent van der Voort vs Ron Meulenkamp

This second-round match is a clash between two Dutchmen, and two opposing styles. You have the slow, measured approach of Ron Meulenkamp, and the quick-fire style of VINCENT VAN DER VOORT, and I'm going to side with the seeded player to come out on top.

Having been forced to play in the first round for the last three years, Van Der Voort has played well enough on the tour to earn a seeding this year. Meulenkamp has match-fitness on his side, having beaten Boris Krcmar in his opening game. He only averaged 87 that day though, and he'll have to play much better than that to get past VVDV. 

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Ryan Searle (left) had to play brilliantly just to see off Danny Lauby in his opening round match. (Getty)

Jeffrey de Zwaan vs Ryan Searle

Jeffrey de Zwaan came from 3-0 down to force a deciding set against Peter Wright in the last 16 12 months ago. Wright won that 5-3 before going on to lift to trophy, but de Zwaan showed what a classy performer he was, having averaged 106 when beating Dave Chisnall in the previous round.

The 24-year-old was expected to kick on and challenge for a place in the world's Top 16 following that run at the Ally Pally. Yet, de Zwaan hasn't really kicked on this season, and I fancy RYAN SEARLE may have the favourite's number.

Searle edged out young American Danny Lauby Jnr in an epic first round match earlier this week. Searle averaged a whopping 98 in that 3-2 victory, which is incredible when you consider how many darts he missed at the double. Hopefully that win will have settled "Heavy Metal" down a touch, and he has recent form over de Zwaan on his side too, having beaten the Dutchman 7-5 in the semi-final of a Pro Tour event in Wigan, before defeating Michael van Gerwen in the final. 

Jonny Clayton vs John Henderson

JONNY CLAYTON has enjoyed his best season on the PDC Tour. The Welshman has risen to a career-high ranking of 17 in the rankings, and partnered Gerwyn Price when Wales won the World Cup Of Darts tournament, where he averaged 105 during his singles victory over Rob Cross in the final.

John Henderson got the better of Marko Kantele 3-2, in what was one of the worst first-round matches we've seen so far this week. If Clayton continues the excellent form he's shown throughout this season, he should be too strong for Henderson in Sunday's final match.

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