Defending champion Peter Wright and world number one Michael van Gerwen are both in action on Sunday as the PDC World Darts Championship resumes with the first batch of last-32 matches (Van Gerwen 13/8f, Wright 7/1 – PDC World Darts Championship Outright).

There are six matches to look forward to on Sunday and the first is due to start at 12.10 as Krzysztof Ratajski comes up against Simon Whitlock.

Whitlock, the 2010 runner-up, is 11/10 to win and Ratajski can be backed at 8/11.

Kim Huybrechts and Ryan Searle are due to meet at 13.30 and Huybrechts can be backed at 9/4 to win and hit 7+ 180s in Betfred’s #PickYourPunt market, with the Belgian on offer at 5/6 to hit the first 100 checkout.

At 15.00 Dimitri Van Den Bergh is the favourite at 2/7 against 11/4 chance Jermaine Wattimena, then at 18.00 Joe Cullen faces off against Jonny Clayton.

Cullen is 8/11 to win and 9/2 to win 4-1, while a victory for Clayton is 11/10.

Van Gerwen is in action at 19.30 and the Dutchman will be looking for a similar performance to the one he gave in his a 3-1 win over Ryan Murray in the previous round, when he averaged nearly 109.

MVG takes on 32nd seed Ricky Evans and is 1/16 to win and 6/5 to win 4-0, while Van Gerwen 7/2 to win 4-0 or 4-1, hit 4+ 180s and Checkout 130+ in Betfred’s #PickYourPunt market.

Wright’s clash with Germany’s Gabriel Clemens is the final match of the day at 21.00 and ‘Snakebite’ is 2/7 to win, with Clemens on offer at 11/4.

Wright to have a Bull Finish is 5/4 in Betfred’s #PickYourPunt market and the Scot is 7/4 to win the first two legs.

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