The final session of action is coming up at the World Cup of Darts with four teams still vying for the crown in Hamburg including the defending champions Netherlands.

Starting proceedings off though are Scotland and Japan. Two of the stand-outs of this tournament, Seigo Asada and Haruki Muramatsu have shown throughout this weekend how much the PDC Asian Tour works with them going from previously inexperienced players on the stage to real threats.
They will face their toughest test of the tournament so far though in the semi-finals with Scotland awaiting them. Gary Anderson and Peter Wright have shown themselves to be a formidable force despite Anderson not playing competitively in some time and Wright not being in the best form. The winner of the title could so easily come from this tie and it will be one that will likely go to the pairs decider.

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In the second tie are also two formidable forces in this tournament. Republic of Ireland who have been anchored by William O’Connor who comes into the tournament off the back of a maiden PDC ranking title. Him and Steve Lennon are not scared of Van Gerwen as history shows and so it will be interesting.
Of course their opponents are the Netherlands who come off the back of a close tie with Canada which saw Mighty Mike the rusty of the two losing out to Dawson Murschell in his singles contest. Jermaine Wattimena performed well in both requisite matches though and has shown an experienced head despite it being his debut. Like with the previous tie, it would not be a surprise if it went the full distance.

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Evening Session (1900 local time, 1800 BST)

Scotland v Japan
Republic of Ireland v Netherlands
Scotland/Japan v Republic of Ireland/Netherlands

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Photo: Stefan Strassenburg/PDC Europe


Author: Samuel Gill