Daryl Gurney is through to a World Grand Prix quarter-final meeting with Gary Anderson after a 3-2 win over Ron Meulenkamp at Citywest. 

The defending champion went two sets and a leg up before the Dutch ProTour qualifier found his form and reeled off six of the next seven legs to draw level in the match.  

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Gurney, who is ranked world number five, dug deep to claim a place in the next round with a 3-0 win in the final set.

That sets up a Thursday meeting with two-time world champion Anderson, who beat Jeffrey de Zwaan 3-0.

The crowd was once again on the 32-year-old's back during the game but he brushed it off. 

"People can support who they want," he told Sky Sports.

"They pay their money. It doesn't mean you have to support me."

Dave Chisnall impressed with a 3-0 win over Raymond van Barneveld, while Michael van Gerwen wasted no time against Darren Webster, also claiming a 3-0 win in the last game.