Cross and Humphries to battle for World Cup spot alongside Michael Smith

The World Champion and world-ranked number one, Michael Smith will captain England at the upcoming World Cup of Darts. His partner however, is still not yet decided.

Both Rob Cross and Luke Humphries are still in contention for that second spot in the English team and with just £6,000 between them in the rankings there is still so much to play for.

There are only three tournaments remaining before the World Cup of Darts teams will be finalised meaning Humphries's chances are running out if he wants to overcome Cross and make his World Cup debut.

Cross meanwhile has featured three times previously at the World Cup of Darts with his appearances in 2019 and 2020, being alongside Smith and 'Voltage' be hoping to return later this year.

Earlier this month, Humphries had the perfect opportunity to overtake Cross when he was in the final of the Belgian Darts Open, but Michael van Gerwen proved too strong in the final. The two-time youth world champion therefore has three more chances to overtake his compatriot.

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