Full Sky Sports Darts TV Guide for 2020 World Cup of Darts

The World Cup of Darts is coming up live this weekend on Sky Sports with three days of bumper action at the Salzburgarena in Austria.

The only tournament on the calendar that sees PDC players represent their countries and team up to go for the title and it all begins on Friday afternoon with every day up until the final session on Sunday having a double dose of darting action.

Scotland are the defending champions albeit under different circumstances this time around with Peter Wright and Gary Anderson not involved in Austria due to travel concerns. John Henderson will make his debut alongside a familiar World Cup star in Robert Thornton.

All eyes will be on the Wales pairing of Gerwyn Price and Jonny Clayton with many tipping the duo to bring home the trophy especially with the tournament held in a heralded part of the year for 'The Iceman'.

Netherlands will also see change with Michael van Gerwen set to team with arguably one of the most consistent players in 2020 in Danny Noppert. England will claim the title for the first time in a while when Michael Smith and Rob Cross team up once more.

There is also the added caveat of tried and tested pairings such as Belgium's Kim Huybrechts and Dimitri van den Bergh, Ireland's William O'Connor and Steve Lennon and Simon Whitlock teaming with a formidable partner in Damon Heta.

Sky Sports Arena will show all the action all weekend starting at 12pm on Friday. Main Event will take the evening sessions on the first two days also with the latter half of Saturday night going onto the main channel.

The final day at 12pm and 6pm will be on solely Sky Sports Arena so darting fans don't have to go far to watch the latest TV tournament.

Full Sky Sports TV Guide for World Cup of Darts

Friday 6 November (Afternoon) - 8x First Round - Sky Sports Arena (12:00)

Friday 6 November (Evening) - 8x First Round - Sky Sports Main Event (18:00), Sky Sports Arena (18:00)

Saturday 7 November (Afternoon) - 4x Second Round - Sky Sports Arena (12:00)

Saturday 7 November (Evening) - 4x Second Round - Sky Sports Arena (18:00), Sky Sports Main Event (20:30)

Sunday 8 November (Afternoon) - Quarter-Finals - Sky Sports Arena (12:00)

Sunday 8 November (Evening) - Semi-Finals & Final - Sky Sports Arena (18:00)

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