We're down to the final four in Dublin and Wayne Mardle fancies the two favourites to make it through - here's why...
"Mervyn hates losing more than anyone and he loves to keep a partisan crowd quiet and tonight I think he will do just that."
It's semi-final night in Dublin and with only four players left in the World Grand Prix it should be easier to pick a winner.
And I think it is.
The first semi-final is between Michael van Gerwen and Wes Newton.
Wes hasn't played well at all this week but he's still in and has a chance to win the event. That's how good he is.
But, in Van Gerwen, you have in my opinion the most natural talent in darts ever.
I think Michael will win, and with Newton on side in the winner market, a bet on the Dutchman is something of a must.
The second semi is a battle between Mervyn King, an antepost tip on these pages at 70.069/1, and last year's finalist Brendan Dolan.
Mervyn hates losing more than anyone and he loves to keep a partisan crowd quiet and tonight I think he will do just that.
Rather than taking the 1.528/15 on the match odds, I'm going to back King to win on the correct score market - 5-2 and 5-3.