THE PDC World Darts Championship at Ally Pally has reached the final eight!
We'll be bringing you all of the updates from quarter-final day today as the big tournament resumes.
Dimitri van den Bergh vs Jonny Clayton and last year's runner-up Michael Smith vs Stephen Bunting will be the afternoon's entertainment.
And then Michael van Gerwen and Gerwyn Price face tough tasks in the evening session.
- Start time: From 12.40pm UK
- TV channel / live stream: Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Darts
- Afternoon session: Van den Bergh vs Clayton (from 12.40pm)/ Smith vs Bunting (2.10pm)
- Evening session: Price vs Clemens (7.40pm)/ Van Gerwen vs Dobey (9.10pm)
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Follow ALL of the latest updates from Ally Pally below…
- Matt Penn
Wayne Mardle believes two of darts' titans Michael van Gerwen and Gerwyn Price will fight it out in Tuesday's final.
"I predicted a Price vs Van Gerwen final at the start, but Gerwyn knows he will have to play better.
"Gabriel will push him, but I assume Gerwyn will respond. I will assume that until he doesn't."
And Mark Webster doesn't think there's too much out there that can stop Van Gerwen from winning his fourth World Championship.
"Michael will have to underperform, but I was so impressed with Dobey against Cross.
"I have never seen that level of performance so consistently from him on the big stage.
"If Michael plays as he can, he will lift the title. If he doesn't, players can mop up, and Dobey is one of them."
- Matt Penn
Happy New Year!
Hello and welcome to SunSport's live coverage of the PDC Darts World Championship quarter-finals!
What a line-up the Ally Pally has in store for you today…
With reigning champion Peter Wright OUT of the competition, we will see a new winner crowned this year.
But one man who looks to be a hot favourite for the crown is Michael van Gerwen, with the Dutchman in action tonight.
Joining him in the evening session is Gerwyn Price, as he faces Gabriel Clemens.
But last year's losing finalist Michael Smith is also in action, and will be fan's favourite to pick up his first ever world title.
Today's action, however kicks off with Dimitri Van den Bergh vs Jonny Clayton.
Kick back and enjoy the darts as it all unfolds on the glorious New Year's Day. We've got you covered!
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