Peter Wright has vowed to stop his ‘stupid’ tinkering ahead of his Premier League Darts homecoming in Aberdeen, and the Scot hopes a return to his World Championship winning darts will inspire his revival – starting on Thursday.Continue reading “Wright vows to stop ‘stupid’ tinkering ahead of Aberdeen homecoming”
Peter Wright has moved to world number one on the PDC Order of Merit for the first time in his career following the conclusion of the 2022 UK Open.Continue reading “Peter Wright becomes new world number one; Michael van Gerwen slips to fifth”
World champion Peter Wright revealed he considered pulling out of this year’s UK Open, after battling through the pain barrier to defeat his Premier League counterpart Joe Cullen on Friday evening in Minehead.Continue reading “Wright considered pulling out of UK Open | “I couldn’t stand up””
Michael van Gerwen returned to winning ways in sensational style on Night Four of the Premier League, whitewashing world champion Peter Wright 6-0 to prevail in Thursday’s showpiece.Continue reading “Dominant Van Gerwen whitewashes Wright to prevail in Exeter”
Peter Wright could potentially dethrone Gerwyn Price as world No 1 this weekend, following the Scot’s sparkling start to 2022.Continue reading “PDC Order of Merit: Peter Wright closing in on World No. 1 spot”
Peter Wright produced a sensational display to dispatch reigning champion Jonny Clayton and clinch the spoils on a historic opening night of the 2022 Cazoo Premier League in Cardiff.Continue reading “Premier League Darts: Wonderful Wright topples Clayton to claim Night One glory in Cardiff”
Simon Whitlock sent newly crowned world champion Peter Wright crashing out on day two at the Ladbrokes Masters, as defending champion Jonny Clayton and world No 1 Gerwyn Price prevailed to set up a blockbuster showdown on Finals Day in Milton Keynes.Continue reading “Ladbrokes Masters Day Two: Whitlock sends world champion Wright packing”
We’re joined by the newly crowned world champion Peter Wright in our latest episode of the Josh’s Dartistry podcast, as we reflect on a thrilling World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace.Continue reading “Josh’s Dartistry Darts Podcast – Episode 30”
Peter Wright etched his name into the history books with a thrilling 7-5 victory over Michael Smith in Monday’s World Darts Championship showpiece, to become just the sixth player in PDC history to land multiple world titles.Continue reading “Wonderful Wright denies Bully Boy to land his second World Championship crown”
Peter Wright will take on Michael Smith in Monday’s World Darts Championship final, after edging out his fellow Scot Gary Anderson in one of the greatest games ever seen at Alexandra Palace.Continue reading “Record-breaking Wright wins Anderson epic to set up Smith showpiece”
Michael Smith produced another inspired display to end Gerwyn Price’s reign as world champion, defying a stunning nine-darter from the world No 1 to prevail 5-4 in an epic quarter-final.Continue reading “Brilliant Bully Boy dethrones nine-dart Price in World Championship classic”
Adrian Lewis and Peter Wright were involved in a fiery confrontation at the Players Championship Finals, with security having to intervene to separate the pair on a dramatic day of action in Minehead.Continue reading “Watch: Adrian Lewis labels Peter Wright a ‘cheat’ after security forced to separate pair in controversial clash”
Peter Wright insists Fallon Sherrock deserves a place in next year’s Premier League, after battling past ‘The Queen of the Palace’ in a thrilling quarter-final showdown at the Grand Slam of Darts.Continue reading “Wright backs Sherrock for Premier League spot after prevailing in Grand Slam thriller”
Michael van Gerwen laid down a marker at the 2021 Grand Slam of Darts with an emphatic whitewash win over Lisa Ashton, while Gerwyn Price and Peter Wright vowed to triumph at this year’s tournament after both kicked off their campaigns with victories.Continue reading “Vintage Van Gerwen lays down a marker, as Price, Wright make bullish title claims”
Former Grand Slam champion Raymond van Barneveld booked a sensational return to the tournament after securing one of the eight places on offer at Friday’s Tour Card holders qualifier at the Barnsley Metrodome.Continue reading “Van Barneveld pitted against Anderson & Smith after securing Grand Slam qualification!”
Florian Hempel blew the European Championship wide open last night after marking his televised PDC debut with a shock 6-3 success against defending champion Peter Wright.Continue reading “Shock Wright exit leaves European Championship wide open”
Ryan Searle produced a series of sensational displays to seal his second PDC Pro Tour title, courtesy of a dramatic 8-7 victory over Peter Wright in the final of Players Championship 22 in Barnsley.Continue reading “Sensational Searle sees off Snakebite to seal Super Series success”
Peter Wright was under scrutiny coming into this year’s World Matchplay, after proclaiming pre-tournament that he would complete a World Championship and Matchplay double. The doubters were poised to assemble, but Snakebite let his darts do the talking at the Winter Gardens.Continue reading “Wonderful Wright backs up bullish Matchplay prediction”
Peter Wright produced one of the greatest performances in World Matchplay history to dispatch Michael van Gerwen and set up a clash against his former housemate and reigning Dimitri Van den Bergh in Sunday’s final.Continue reading “Sensational Snakebite creates history to dispatch MVG and set up Van den Bergh showdown”
Peter Wright produced a sensational display to deny Michael van Gerwen a first title of 2021, as he prevailed at Players Championship 20 on Thursday to secure his third ranking title of the season.Continue reading “Wonderful Wright denies Van Gerwen to scoop Players Championship 20 glory”
Michael van Gerwen was in playful mood following an emphatic 7-2 victory over his old foe Peter Wright on Night Two of the Premier League, which sent the Dutchman top of the table via legs difference.Continue reading “Van Gerwen: Peter Wright is in my pocket!”
The 2021 Unibet Premier League Darts season begins in Milton Keynes on Monday evening, and it promises to be another enthralling campaign, as Glen Durrant bids to retain the title that he captured so magnificently on debut last October.Continue reading “Premier League Darts 2021: Preview & Predictions”
Michael van Gerwen, Gary Anderson and Rob Cross crashed out on day two at the Ladbrokes Masters, as defending champion Peter Wright and newly crowned world champion Gerwyn Price kicked off their campaigns with victory.Continue reading “Clayton claims Van Gerwen scalp at The Masters”
Michael van Gerwen enjoyed a dream night at the World Darts Championship on Sunday evening, breezing into the last 16 with a blistering straight sets win over Ricky Evans, less than an hour after defending champion Peter Wright crashed out of the tournament.Continue reading “Van Gerwen: Wright punished for talking ‘nonsense’”
Peter Wright embraced his inner Grinch as he began the defence of his World Championship crown with victory over Steve West on the opening night of the sport’s showpiece event, as an emotional Diogo Portela defeated record-breaker Steve Beaton on Tuesday night at Alexandra Palace.Continue reading “Wright the Grinch clinches opening night win at Ally Pally”
The waiting is finally over. The biggest darting show on earth gets underway at Alexandra Palace tonight, with 96 players battling it out for World Championship glory in the capital.Continue reading “PDC World Darts Championship: MvG’s world No 1 spot under threat”
Peter Wright has stoked the fire ahead of next month’s PDC World Championship by dismissing the challenge of Michael van Gerwen, insisting that the world No 1 has ‘no chance’ of dethroning him.Continue reading “Wright: Van Gerwen has ‘no chance’ at the World Championship”
Peter Wright produced a vintage display to capture his fourth individual major crown at the European Championship, thrashing James Wade 11-4 to reclaim his world No 2 spot and cap off a wonderful weekend of action in Oberhausen.Continue reading “Wonderful Wright seals fourth major title”
Scotland are set to have a completely new pairing at next month’s World Cup of Darts in Austria, with Peter Wright and Gary Anderson both making themselves unavailable for selection.Continue reading “Wright and Anderson rule themselves out of Scotland’s World Cup defence”
Michael van Gerwen claimed the opening event of the PDC Summer Series after edging out world champion Peter Wright in a last-leg decider in Milton Keynes, as competitive darts made its return on Wednesday after almost a four-month hiatus.Continue reading “PDC Summer Series: Van Gerwen triumphs as darts returns”
Former World Championship semi-finalist Jamie Lewis saw off current world champion Peter Wright to be crowned the inaugural winner on the PDC Home Tour as he secured victory in Group One on Friday night.Continue reading “Lewis denies Wright to triumph on opening night of PDC Home Tour”
Current PDC world champion Peter Wright insists Phil Taylor and Raymond van Barneveld could still have been winning major titles for another decade had they chosen not to retire, with ‘Snakebite’ admitting that the ‘inspiring’ pair have left a notable void on the darting circuit.Continue reading “Wright: Phil and Raymond could be winning majors for another decade!”
Wayne Mardle produced a sensational fightback to defeat world number one Michael van Gerwen and secure a place in the semi-finals of the inaugural PDC Walk-On World Cup, as Raymond van Barneveld edged out Daryl Gurney to reach the last four.Continue reading “Walk-On World Cup: Mardle stuns MvG, Barney reaches semi-finals”
Peter Wright made it back-to-back Premier League wins with victory over Michael Smith in Liverpool and speaking in his post-match press conference, the world champion playfully declared that he thinks Michael van Gerwen is the fourth best player in world darts at present.Continue reading “Wright: Van Gerwen is fourth best in the world”
Nathan Aspinall inflicted Michael van Gerwen’s first defeat of the Premier League season with a wonderful display in Cardiff, as debutant Glen Durrant moved top of the table after seeing off two-time world champion Gary Anderson on a dramatic night in the Welsh capital.Continue reading “Van Gerwen and Anderson suffer defeat in Cardiff”
Former World Youth champion Dimitri Van den Bergh has been given a wildcard for the inaugural Nordic Darts Masters, as world number five Michael Smith and two-time major winner Daryl Gurney miss out on selection for this summer’s extravaganza in Copenhagen.Continue reading “Nordic Darts Masters field confirmed”
Fallon Sherrock stole the headlines on Night Two of the Premier League as she avoided defeat against three-time BDO world champion Glen Durrant, whilst defending champion Michael van Gerwen thrashed Daryl Gurney to secure top spot on a dramatic night in Nottingham.Continue reading “Sherrock stars to deny Durrant in Nottingham”
Michael van Gerwen kicked off the defence of his Premier League crown with a thrilling victory over world champion Peter Wright, as Gary Anderson made a winning return to the competition and Nathan Aspinall and Glen Durrant enjoyed debut wins in Aberdeen.Continue reading “2020 Premier League Darts: Night One Report!”
Newly crowned world champion Peter Wright made it back-to-back televised titles as Michael Smith squandered three darts at double to win a first major crown in a dramatic finale to the 2020 Ladbrokes Masters in Milton Keynes.Continue reading “Heartbreak for Smith as Wright wins third major title”
Peter Wright produced the performance of the tournament thus far to defeat Joe Cullen 10-7 in his first competitive outing since being crowned world champion, as Gerwyn Price fended off an inspired fightback from Simon Whitlock to progress to the last eight at the Ladbrokes Masters.Continue reading “2020 Ladbrokes Masters – Day Two Report!”
In our twentieth episode of the Josh’s Dartistry Podcast, Josh Gorton is joined by regular co-hosts Jon Dean and Neil Conner to round-up another hectic month of darting action.Continue reading “Josh’s Dartistry Darts Podcast – Episode 20!”
Peter Wright produced the performance of his career in the biggest game of his life to defeat Michael van Gerwen 7-3 and secure his maiden World Championship title on a magical night on New Year’s Day at Alexandra Palace.Continue reading “Wonderful Wright realises his World Championship dream!”
Three-time BDO world champion Glen Durrant will make his Premier League Darts debut in 2020, whilst UK Open champion Nathan Aspinall will also make his bow in the sport’s biggest roadshow after the nine-player field was confirmed on Wednesday evening.Continue reading “Premier League Darts 2020 line-up confirmed!”
Gerwyn Price has apologised to Peter Wright having previously accused the Scot of being ‘out of order’ in a tempestuous semi-final clash at the PDC World Championship on Monday evening.Continue reading “Price apologises to Wright following controversial clash!”
Michael van Gerwen and Peter Wright will collide in the World Darts Championship final on New Year’s Day after recording 6-3 victories over Nathan Aspinall and Gerwyn Price respectively on an action-packed night of semi-final action at Alexandra Palace.
The night felt slightly subdued in terms of the standard, with Wright’s 98.39 average the highest of the semi-finalists, although there was plenty of fireworks in his controversial clash against the enigmatic Price, with the pair refusing to shake hands following their tetchy tussle.
Wright and Price have contested two major finals with the spoils being shared and although the pair are friends away from the oche, there weren’t many pleasantries exchanged in the capital as Wright progressed to set up a repeat of the 2014 finale against Van Gerwen.
“Before the match me and Gezzy were winding each other up. He said he was going to win the first two sets and I would change darts, I like him but I don’t appreciate what he did. He wanted me to concentrate and I did, there you go, you lost,” the Scot told Sky Sports Darts.
Van Gerwen was nowhere near his blistering best against Aspinall, who had darts to win four of the opening five sets. The Dutchman led 3-2 and although ‘The Asp’ bravely battled away, he was unable to halt MvG’s title charge.
Michael van Gerwen 6-3 Nathan Aspinall
For the fourth time in five matches, Van Gerwen registered an average below 100, but he remains on course to retain the Sid Waddell Trophy courtesy of a battling 6-3 victory against UK Open champion Aspinall.
‘The Green Machine’ has not produced the heavily artillery we’ve come to expect from him for the majority of this year’s event, although the world No 1 has relinquished just six sets in a relatively serene progression to his fifth world final in seven years.
Van Gerwen admitted he lacked focus in his quarter-final victory over Darius Labanauskas and labelled his performance ’embarrassing’, therefore we were expecting an emphatic riposte but the expected fireworks were not forthcoming.
Aspinall has performed superbly to reach back-to-back semi-finals at Alexandra Palace but he produced statistically his worst performance in this event and despite Van Gerwen’s struggles, a 92 average was never going to be sufficient to topple the world’s best.
The Dutchman drew first blood in a tightly-contested opening set after Aspinall wired one dart at double six to hit the front, although ‘The Asp’ bounced back with a classy 124 combination to kick off set two, which he wrapped up courtesy of a 14-dart hold – ironically via double six.
The third set was eerily reminiscent of the opening stanza. Aspinall held throw to secure the initiative, although in another set-decider his scoring power deserted him. The UK Open champion threw 18 darts and was unable to register a dart at double, which was duly punished by MVG.
The three-time world champion converted a classy 103 finish to begin set four with a bang, although that was book-ended by a nerveless 110 kill from Aspinall to level up proceedings at two apiece and complete a fourth successive set that was won against the darts.
The fifth set marked another near miss for Aspinall. With the scores locked at 2-2 in the fifth set decider, the Stockport star suffered an extremely unfortunate ‘Robin Hood’ yet he almost salvaged the leg – wiring tops for a double-double 96 outshot.
Van Gerwen exploited his good fortune to capitalise and regain the advantage, before storming to the sixth set in a matter of minutes – reeling off three consecutive legs in 17, 11 and 13 darts – an average of 110 – to establish a two-set cushion.
Aspinall demonstrated the character and resolve that’s seen him break into the world’s top ten as he responded with a clean sweep of his own in set seven. The 28-year-old registered legs of 12, 16 and 14 darts to reduce the arrears to 4-3, although he was unable to make further inroads.
The eighth set went the distance and Aspinall knew a precious break of throw would have squared proceedings at 4-4. Nevertheless, Van Gerwen held firm to move to the brink of victory and after striking early in set nine, the 30-year-old closed it out to maintain his bid for title number four.
Peter Wright 6-3 Gerwyn Price
Price produced a scintillating display to dismantle ‘Snakebite’ in last month’s Grand Slam final but ‘The Iceman’ was unrecognisable in this contest as he was denied a spot in his first World Championship final.
The pair squandered 74 darts at double in an error-strewn affair, although Wright comprehensively outscored Price in all departments, posting 31 scores of 140+ compared to Price’s 16, whilst the Scot also landed 16 maximums – seven more than the third seed.
Price’s form has fluctuated throughout the event and he was plagued by inconsistency once again – averaging just 89.94 in a lethargic display, as Wright kept his cool to reel off the final three sets, averaging 98.39 to reach his first world final since 2014.
Wright drew first blood in a nervy opening stanza, firing in a stunning 11-darter against the throw. The Scot was comprehensively outscoring the Grand Slam champion but Price somehow restored parity, conjuring up a 150 set-up shot and pinning double 10 for a 15-dart leveller in set two.
Price had quipped that Wright would be lucky to win a set before a dart was thrown and the colourful Scot gave the former Rugby star a nudge and chuckled as he headed off for the first interval, although the humour wasn’t reciprocated by Price, who appeared agitated from the outset.
‘The Iceman’ responded to winning the second set with his trademark exuberant celebrations right in front of Wright, which raised eyebrows with many, particularly when considering Price’s infamous history with the Darts Regulation Authority.
Nevertheless, this appeared to inspire a brief flurry from the Welshman – finishes of 72 and 100 saw him wrap up the third set, only for ‘Snakebite’ to claim the fourth without reply – averaging over 107 in the process.
The former UK Open champion was completely monopolising the scoring stakes as he kicked off set five with legs of 12 and 13 darts, only to squander four set darts moments later. However, he made amends in the fifth set decider – converting a clinical 81 kill for a 12-dart break.
The beleaguered world No 3 was being emphatically outplayed but he somehow restored parity at three sets apiece in a dramatic sixth stanza – capitalising on more profligacy from Wright to break, which he followed up with a 15-dart break.
Price secured the early initiative in set seven with a sumptuous 11-darter and the tide appeared to be turning, although he then suffered an inexplicable slump – losing six of the next seven legs and averaging 87 and 78 in the respective sets as Wright established a two-set buffer.
The former Rugby star was at the point of no return and Wright converted 98 and 72 finishes to move to the cusp of victory and despite handing Price an unexpected reprieve after frittering away SIX match darts, the seventh seed eventually sealed the deal via double one.
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Peter Wright survived a match dart as he edged out Noel Malicdem in a sudden-death thriller to progress through to the third round of the World Darts Championship on Friday night, as last year’s semi-finalist Nathan Aspinall came from behind to defeat Danny Baggish at Alexandra Palace.Continue reading “Wright survives huge fright to prevail in sudden-death thriller!”
Gerwyn Price produced arguably the greatest performance of his career to thrash Peter Wright 16-6 and retain his Grand Slam of Darts title on a remarkable night of action at Aldersley Leisure Village in Wolverhampton on Sunday.Continue reading “Dazzling Price retains Grand Slam crown!”
Peter Wright has reiterated his belief that Dave Chisnall is the best player in world darts right now, despite defeating the St Helen’s star 16-12 to set up a semi-final showdown against Glen Durrant at the Grand Slam of Darts.Continue reading “Wright: Chisnall best in the world right now!”
Rob Cross, Daryl Gurney, Peter Wright, Glen Durrant and Ryan Harrington progressed through to the last 16 at the Grand Slam of Darts after Groups E-H came to a conclusion on a nervy night of action at the Aldersley Leisure Village in Wolverhampton.Continue reading “Cross, Gurney, Wright and Durrant progress at Grand Slam!”
Michael van Gerwen clinched his maiden Champions League of Darts title with a dramatic 11-10 victory over Peter Wright – surviving three match darts and recovering from 10-7 down to sink the Scot on a pulsating night of action in Leicester on Sunday evening.Continue reading “Champions League heartbreak for Wright!”
Brendan Dolan continued his remarkable revival by winning Players Championship 29 in Barnsley on Monday, as Peter Wright set a new record for the highest ever recorded average in a broadcast match.Continue reading “Dolan wins PC29 as Wright sets new world record average!”
Gerwyn Price was left to rue missed opportunities as he was denied a first ever victory over Michael van Gerwen, while Rob Cross defeated hometown hero Daryl Gurney to regain top spot in the Premier League on a dramatic night of action in Belfast on Thursday.Continue reading “Price: “I bombed a lot of opportunities””
Raymond van Barneveld was condemned to Premier League elimination after suffering a 7-1 drubbing against Daryl Gurney in Rotterdam, whilst Michael van Gerwen returned to the top of the table after beating Peter Wright by the same scoreline on an eventful night at the Ahoy Arena.Continue reading “Premier League Darts 2019 – Night Eight Report!”
Michael van Gerwen landed a magical nine-dart finish en route to winning the first European Tour title of 2019, defeating Rob Cross 8-6 in a captivating European Darts Open final in Leverkusen on Sunday evening.Continue reading “Nine-dart Van Gerwen triumphs in Leverkusen!”
Raymond van Barneveld defeated home hero Max Hopp to keep his Premier League survival hopes alive, as Daryl Gurney stunned Michael van Gerwen on a dramatic night of action at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin on Thursday evening.Continue reading “Premier League Darts 2019 – Night Seven Report!”
Michael van Gerwen regained top spot in the Premier League with a comprehensive 7-2 win over Gerwyn Price at Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena on Thursday night, as Rob Cross, Mensur Suljovic and Michael Smith also triumphed on Night Six.Continue reading “Premier League Darts 2019 – Night Six Report!”
John Henderson produced an inspired display as he recovered from 3-0 and 6-4 down to share the spoils with Michael van Gerwen on a memorable night of Premier League action at the BHGE Arena in Aberdeen.Continue reading “Home Hero Henderson stuns Van Gerwen in Aberdeen!”
Nathan Aspinall has surged into the world’s top 16 for the first time in his career following his stunning UK Open success in Minehead, while five-time world champion Raymond van Barneveld has slipped outside the world’s top 32 for the first time since 2006.Continue reading “PDC Order of Merit Update!”
Michael van Gerwen, Gary Anderson and Peter Wright all crashed out on a dramatic opening day of the Ladbrokes UK Open, while former champions Adrian Lewis and Raymond van Barneveld also bowed out as the 159-player tournament kicked off with a bang at Butlin’s Minehead Resort on Friday.Continue reading “Van Gerwen, Anderson & Wright crash out of UK Open!”
James Wade produced a typically clinical display to inflict Michael van Gerwen’s first Premier League defeat of the season on Night Four in Exeter, although ‘The Machine’ labelled it as his worst performance of the campaign thus far.Continue reading “Wade: “Lots of players fold against Michael when they really shouldn’t””
Michael van Gerwen maintained his 100% start to this year’s Premier League with a thumping win over Rob Cross, whilst Raymond van Barneveld produced another stirring comeback from 5-1 down to salvage a point against Mensur Suljovic on a dramatic night of darts in Dublin. Continue reading “2019 Premier League Darts – Night Three Report!”
Raymond van Barneveld produced a stirring fightback from 6-2 down to earn his first point of his final Premier League campaign against Gerwyn Price on Night Two at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on Thursday evening. Continue reading “Premier League Darts 2019 – Night Two Report!”
The 2019 Unibet Premier League heads to Glasgow’s SSE Hydro for Night Two on Thursday evening, as three-time BDO world champion Glen Durrant makes his highly-anticipated Premier League debut. Continue reading “2019 Premier League Darts – Night Two Preview!”
Michael van Gerwen continued his unbeaten start to 2019 as he defeated his compatriot Jermaine Wattimena 8-4 to clinch the opening Players Championship event of the season in Wigan on Saturday afternoon. Continue reading “2019 Players Championship 1 Report!”
Gerwyn Price insists he won’t be holding back with his celebrations after kicking off his 2019 Unibet Premier League campaign with a brilliant 7-4 victory over Daryl Gurney, as Michael van Gerwen and James Wade also made winning starts in Newcastle. Continue reading “Price prevails in Newcastle and insists he won’t hold back!”
Michael van Gerwen will take on Michael Smith on the opening night of the 2019 Unibet Premier League season on February 7 in Newcastle, while Raymond van Barneveld will face Van Gerwen in Rotterdam for the second consecutive campaign. Continue reading “Premier League Darts 2019 – Fixtures Confirmed!”
World champion Michael van Gerwen will begin his bid for a fifth consecutive Masters title against debutant Jonny Clayton next month, whilst world number three Peter Wright will take on two-time world champion Adrian Lewis. Continue reading “2019 Masters Draw Confirmed!”
Raymond van Barneveld will make his 14th consecutive Premier League appearance in 2019 ahead of his impending retirement, whilst former champion James Wade makes his return to the fold after the ten-player field was confirmed on Tuesday evening. Continue reading “Premier League Darts 2019 line-up confirmed!”
Third seed Peter Wright was sent crashing out of the William Hill World Darts Championship after suffering a shock 3-1 defeat against Spanish star Toni Alcinas on a dramatic double-session on Sunday at the Alexandra Palace. Continue reading “Santa Snakebite suffers shock Ally Pally exit!”
Darts’ biggest-ever event kicks off on Thursday night, as the 2018/19 PDC World Championship gets underway at the Alexandra Palace. With a record £2.5 million prize fund on offer, along with an expanded 96-player field, it’s set to be the best World Championship yet. Continue reading “PDC World Championship Preview!”