Having won his second £10,000 bonus in Sheffield, Gerwyn Price is now 15/8 to qualify for Berlin, while Peter Wright who is currently sat in fourth spot, two points ahead of the Welshman, is 5/4 to maintain his league standing with Joe Cullen out at 3/1 to finish in the top four.
Price has picked up the pace
An injured hand, a few mental demons to battle and a lack of motivation have seen Price endure quite a torrid time over recent weeks. Opting not to play in numerous Pro Tour events, just two finals in this newly formatted Premier League campaign and underperforming on the Euro Tour stage, The Iceman had a lot of trouble on the outer ring in Prague at the weekend, finishing with less than 17% on doubles in his second round defeat.
The 37-year-old's Premier League campaign is still very much alive though, after impressively securing maximum points last Thursday, with back-to-back ton averages en route to the final. He is 5/6 to average in excess of 97.5 in his quarter-final match this week.
The world number two has never qualified for finals night before and he's got an incredibly tough challenge ahead of him if he's to rectify that this year, he even admitted that he struggled to play with freedom last week because he knew the pressure was on him.
He comes up against fellow countryman Jonny Clayton at The 02 in London. The Ferret has been the most consistent performer in this year's tournament and has won both of their meetings in 2022.
However, with Clayton already qualified and not at his scintillating best last week, Price has a chance if he performs to the standard he produced in Sheffield.
The 2021 World Champion is 9/10 to make it through the semi-finals.
Cullen is also in with a chance
Peter Wright last week played with Jonny Clayton darts and averaged less than 91 in defeat to MvG. I think the majority of Snakebite fans have come to expect these spells of inconsistency due to the constant tinkering with his setup but losing his last six matches in all competitions will be of some concern.
Too many underwhelming displays mean his place in the top four is unsafe and another player vying to leapfrog him is Joe Cullen.
Cullen has had a relatively pleasing debut campaign and even though his 180 hitting hasn't quite been at the level it was a few months ago, I fancy him to be up for the fight and brush aside already eliminated Gary Anderson.
You can back The Rockstar to win and hit the most 180s at 17/10.
Cullen is also 13/8 to hit the most 180s and the highest checkout of the match.