The German Darts Grand Prix second seed headlines on Sunday afternoon in Munich.

Ian White kicks off proceedings at Zenith. The PDC world number 11 popped his European Tour cherry last year, and is after more success. His German Darts Grand Prix journey starts against a dangerous continental challenger. Karel Sedlacek opened his campaign with a good win over Diogo Portela. He’ll need to produce the goods again to cause a shock.
Ted Evetts came on second on Saturday afternoon, and beat Mark Wilson. Can he repeat the trick? SuperTed meets Welsh ace Jonny Clayton in round two. That’s followed by Nathan Derry, who beat Steve Beaton in style. He meets Darren Webster, a seed whose lack of form makes Derry’s prospects quite promising.

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Photo: Pieter Verbeek/PV-Darts

There’s an intriguing fourth tie; Danny Noppert is 16th seed for the German Darts Grand Prix. He meets Stephen Bunting, for the pleasure of a third round match against Michael van Gerwen or Krzysztof Ratajski. Then Daryl Gurney looks to emulate his triumph at the German Darts Championship. A quest for two in a row begins against Kyle Anderson.
Arron Monk got his tournament off to the perfect start, and meets Dave Chisnall on Sunday afternoon. Kim Huybrechts follows, looking to do better than in a nervy win over Dragutin Horvat. He plays a major form horse in James Wade.
Ritchie Edhouse pulled off a strong opening performance on Saturday to dump out Brendan Dolan. It certainly doesn’t get any easier for Edhouse; Adrian Lewis will be a tough nut to crack.
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Afternoon session schedule

12:00 Ian White vs Karel Sedlacek
12:30 Jonny Clayton v Ted Evetts
13:00 Darren Webster v Nathan Derry
13:30 Danny Noppert v Stephen Bunting
14:00 Daryl Gurney v Kyle Anderson
14:30 Dave Chisnall v Arron Monk
15:00 James Wade v Kim Huybrechts
15:30 Adrian Lewis v Ritchie Edhouse

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Author: Ed McCosh