Bunting glad to be outsider ahead of World Championship semi-finals: "Let people keep writing me off at their own peril" | Dartsnews.com

Bunting glad to be outsider ahead of World Championship semi-finals: "Let people keep writing me off at their own peril"

Stephen Bunting is through to the semi-finals of the 2020/21 PDC World Darts Championship and is now set for a tie with Gerwyn Price for the right to play either Dave Chisnall or Gary Anderson on January 3.

Bunting was in excellent form in seeing off Krzysztof Ratajski and is glad to be the outsider heading into his tie with 'The Iceman' and for the title as a whole.

"He's a great player and you can't give him chances like that. As soon as he won a set, his back was up then. I was in a few problems but I still believed I could win that match,"

"On the practice board, what I've been doing is really good and if I can bring that out, I can win this title."

"I'd love to be another World Champion again. It's a big statement but there's four players left in and I'm one of them."

"I've come in under the radar, I checked the bookies odds I was the total outsider for the whole event. I know I'm playing well, I know what I can do, let people keep writing me off at their own peril because I'm here to win this."

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