The PDC European Tour’s newest event, the Danish Darts Open, continues on Saturday.
Out of the 16 seeds entering in the second round, the first is John Henderson. The Highlander retains his seeded status despite having no impact on the PDC European Tour so far this year. Looking to topple the big Scot is Brendan Dolan. Next up, Joe Cullen meets Madars Razma. Latvian ace Razma was easily the star turn on day one of the Danish Darts Open, having averaged 104 in a whitewash win over Jeffrey de Zwaan.
Judging by the Order of Merit, there isn’t an afternoon tie closer-matched than Gerwyn Price and Jelle Klaasen. The world number 12 takes on the world number 20 before Jonny Clayton meets Darius Labanauskas. Experience meets youth in the fifth tie as James Wade, back among the seeds, plays Rusty-Jake Rodriguez.
Darren Webster’s Danish Darts Open begins against Cristo Reyes, while Simon Whitlock faces a particularly tough opponent in Jermaine Wattimena. The final match of the session is between Stephen Bunting and Peter Jacques, who ended Paul Nicholson’s campaign on Friday.
Play begins at 12pm, with every match live on PDC TV.
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Afternoon session schedule
John Henderson v Brendan Dolan
Joe Cullen v Madars Razma
Gerwyn Price v Jelle Klaasen
Jonny Clayton v Darius Labanauskas
James Wade v Rusty-Jake Rodriguez
Darren Webster v Cristo Reyes
Simon Whitlock v Jermaine Wattimena
Stephen Bunting v Peter Jacques
Author: Edward McCosh