Anderson may feel he has done the hard work by defeating Michael van Gerwen in the semi-final but he will not be taking his foot off the gas against a confident and pumped-up Price. The Flying Scotsman is determined to lift the Eric Bristow Trophy and his scoring power should be too much for Price.
Of the eight BDO qualifiers, Unterbuchner was arguably the least well known but he has acquitted himself superbly this week and defied the odds to beat James Wade on Thursday. Anderson may be a step too far though, as the Flying Scotsman really looks in the mood this week and should reach the semis.
A fascinating rematch is in store here after Clayton won their high-quality group stage meeting on Sunday. The Welshman is playing some of the best darts of his career and looks a real handful for anyone, but Van Gerwen is also playing superbly and rarely does he lose twice in a row to an opponent.
One of the matches of the group stage saw these two face off with Whitlock producing a sensational comeback from 1-4 down. Price missed match darts in that encounter and will be determined to atone for that, but Whitlock's confidence is flying and he will fancy his chances of repeating his win.
Suljovic is winning without playing particularly well and the fact he has hit only two 180s so far is testament to that. Van den Bergh on the other hand has shown flashes of brilliance such as his nine-darter which will have given him a boost, and the Belgian can continue his impressive run here with a narrow victory.
These two are destined to serve up a quick-fire, high-scoring affair but more often than not it is Van Gerwen who comes out on top. If Smith plays to his fluent best then he is one of the few players capable of matching the Dutchman, but Van Gerwen is more consistent and looks good for the win.
Harms qualified from the group for the second time in his career and produced his best ever performance at the Grand Slam in his win over Keegan Brown on Tuesday, but he now faces one of the tournament favourites in Anderson who really looks in the mood this week. The Scot should progress here.
Few would have predicted that the relatively unknown Unterbuchner would escape his group but the BDO player has grown into the tournament after some early nerves. This is likely as far as he goes though as Wade is playing as well as anyone right now with excellent scoring and clinical finishing.
This is uncharted territory for Ratajski and Clayton in this tournament but both will fancy their chances. Ratajski has been marginally more consistent than Clayton with his doubling statistics being particularly notable, and if the Pole maintains those standards, he will be a difficult man to beat.
Van den Bergh is becoming a mainstay on the big stage and looked assured in the group stage, while Bunting appears to be back on the right track after a couple of difficult years. This should be a close game with the edge just going to Van den Bergh who is a touch more consistent at the moment.
Cross has found Suljovic a tricky opponent this year having lost four of their five 2018 meetings and he has not been at his best in recent months. However, he has shown positive signs in Wolverhampton as he builds towards his world title defence and could continue that momentum with a win here.
A tough match to call here as Wright has not been at his best despite winning all his group games, while Whitlock produced one of the performances of the event so far in his comeback against Price. That clutch win might just be the catalyst the recent European Championship runner-up needs to seal victory.
Price impressed in the group stage and looks in great form but the same cannot really be said for Payne who qualified by the skin of his teeth. Price has the greater experience on the big stage and look formidable so we could well see him getting the better of Payne for the first time in his career.
Van Barneveld can count himself fortunate that he has not yet been eliminated having rode his luck against Adam Smith-Neale and he will surely need to raise his performance considerably here. You can never discount the Dutchman but Smith has displayed the better form of late and has to be fancied.