With the World Cup of Darts now just over a month away (starts June 15th), a further five nations have unveiled their teams for the tournament.
In arguably the strongest of the five teams revealed, the Philippines will be able to rely on PDC Tour Card holder Christian Perez despite his ongoing visa issues meaning he hasn't taken part in any Players Championship events. Alongside him will be seven-time World Championship competitor Lourence Ilagan.
The legend that is Paul Lim will return to the big stage, partnered with Harith Lim as the duo that nine times appeared together at the World Cup of Darts look to match their best result of a quarter-final in 2017.
Man Lok Leung and Lok Yin Lee will be Hong Kong's representatives whilst Jun Matsuda and debutant Tomoya Goto team up for Japan who famously reached the semi-final in 2019. With Attapol Eupakaree and Yong Gaweenuntavong competing for Thailand.
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🇸🇬Singapore, 🇵🇭Philippines, 🇭🇰Hong Kong, 🇯🇵Japan and 🇹🇭Thailand are the latest nations to confirm pairings for the My Diesel Claim World Cup of Darts.https://t.co/KjKsj2vYHG— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) May 1, 2023