How PDC Home Tour averages compare to form on ProTour in 2020
The PDC Home Tour saw 101 out of 128 players take part and PDC statistician Ochepedia took a look at the semi-finalists in the competition and how their form compared from the PDC Home Tour to the 2020 ProTour.
The player with the least difference so still showing his ProTour form was Dave Chisnall who sat at only +0.36 with his Home Tour average being at 92.83 compared to 92.47.
Gary Anderson on the other hand had the second largest disparity but it saw it being on the Home Tour side. His tournament average in the Home Tour was at 88.62 compared to 97.31 on the ProTour which means -8.69.
The biggest disparity came on the part of Rob Cross who hit one of -11.14. This saw him hit 82.84 on the Home Tour and 93.98 on the ProTour.
In terms of most positive difference, Joe Cullen's was at +3.77. Going from 92 on the ProTour to 96 on the Home Tour showing the form 'The Rockstar' exhibited.