The second round begins at the World Series of Darts Finals and the seeded players come into action in Amsterdam on Saturday evening.
Not going Down Under or of course playing the European Tour, Gary Anderson has not played in over 75 days and so will be an interesting opener against Dirk Van Duijvenbode as well as likely one of the only times that Anderson will get booed after the crowd carried The Titan over the line against Haupai Puha.
Leonard Gates will hope to continue his World Series form when he faces James Wade who will have his own designs on sealing the World Series crown once more, while in a repeat of the Masters final - Joe Cullen faces Dave Chisnall third up.
Dimitri van den Bergh wasn’t even 100% to play in Amsterdam as top seed due to his health scare but is involved and will face Ryan Joyce. Followed by four must watch ties to end the night.
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Showing signs of his World title winning form, Gerwyn Price will hope to do the same again when he faces Matt Campbell who was clinical in seeing off Vincent van der Voort last night.
The winner of the last few majors in Michael van Gerwen behind his quest for another when he faces Damon Heta who at times has held the key to beat the Dutch dynamo but can he do it on MVG’s home turf?
Game of the night follows as Peter Wright aims to continue his return to form with a tie against Michael Smith before reigning champion Jonny Clayton faces UK Open winner Danny Noppert.
Saturday September 17 (1900 local time, 1800 BST)
Second Round x8
Gary Anderson v Dirk van Duijvenbode
James Wade v Leonard Gates
Joe Cullen v Dave Chisnall
Dimitri Van den Bergh v Ryan Joyce
Gerwyn Price v Matt Campbell
Michael van Gerwen v Damon Heta
Michael Smith v Peter Wright
Jonny Clayton v Danny Noppert