Four unlucky losers get a second chance to progress to the next stage of the PDC Home Tour when they return to action in Group 25.
Conan Whitehead, Mike de Decker, Steve Brown and Martin Atkins all get another opportunity to make the next phase of the home-based darting competition after narrowly missing out in recent weeks.
Whitehead won his opening two matches of Group 12, beating Keegan Brown and De Decker a fortnight ago, but his first victory against Brown was declared void after Brown's WiFi failed.
The Barbarian went on to lose twice against group winner Max Hopp and also lost to De Decker in their second meeting after the format was hastily amended to a three-man round-robin.
Brown finished second behind the classy Nathan Aspinall and Atkins missed out on leg difference to Jeff Smith.
Over 7.5 legs - BET NOW
Whitehead faces Brown in the opening match of the evening and this one has all the makings of going over 7.5 legs.
Brown won two of three matches in Group 10 but lost out to PDC number seven Aspinall and there's likely to be little between the pair.
Atkins to win - BET NOW
De Decker is also back in action after winning two of his four Group 12 matches but he might struggle against Atkins.
Wigan thrower Atkins defeated capable opponents in Ricky Evans and Jeff Smith before falling to a surprise 5-2 loss against Christian Bunse, as Smith advanced on leg difference.
He had previously reached the last 32 of the UK Open and may be able to take out Belgian thrower De Dekker.
Brown to win - BET NOW
Atkins may have a tougher time of it against Brown. The Bomber's form was not spectacular on paper heading into the Home Tour but he pushed Glen Durrant all the way in Wigan in February.
He wasn't disgraced when beaten 6-4 by Rob Cross in Barnsley in March and Brown may just have enough to overhaul Atkins.
Under 7.5 legs - BET NOW
De Dekker and Whitehead won one game each when they met in Group 12 and neither match was particularly close, with the Belgian winning 5-1 and Whitehead won 5-2.
Both men are inconsistent so take the under 7.5 legs in this one.
Brown to win - BET NOW
Brown looks worth backing to beat De Decker in the fifth clash of the night. The quick turnaround for De Decker may not be ideal and Brown was a wide-margin winner over Simon Stevenson and Ryan Joyce in Group 10.
Confidence should also be high for Brown, who we have tipped to get the better of Atkins earlier in the night, and that momentum can see him over the line in this clash.
Whitehead to win - BET NOW
In the final match, take Whitehead to beat Atkins. The Barbarian ran out a convincing 6-1 winner when the pair faced off in February and that should fill him with plenty of confidence.
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