Schedule and preview Sunday afternoon session 2022 European Darts Matchplay including Heta-Van den Bergh, Humphries and Cross
The ninth European Tour of the season will conclude on Sunday in Trier with the European Darts Matchplay reaching the third round in a final day which sees many top names still involved but many out during their openers.
Luke Humphries has a real opportunity to add to his multiple European Tour titles and his next task is against Lukas Wenig who produced an incredible display to down Chris Dobey with a 170 and 167 to win. He will likely need similar in facing 'Cool Hand Luke' who edged past Cameron Menzies in his opener.
But the main tie of the session sees Damon Heta face Dimitri van den Bergh - two of the most in-form players in World darts at the moment with many of the so called elite not producing their A game. They have taken the mantle alongside the likes of Humphries and they will likely produce a high quality affair.
Tournament Centre European Darts Matchplay 2022: Schedule, results, live stream and prize money breakdown
Rob Cross will want to be part of that mix after reaching multiple European Tour finals and he will look to finally convert with his next task against Luke Woodhouse. While other ties in the third round see Nathan Aspinall face in-form recent ranking winner, Scott Williams.
Wesley Plaisier into the final day again faces Madars Razma. Same can be said for Rowby-John Rodriguez taking on Gabriel Clemens. Martin Lukeman, a European Tour finalist this season faces Stephen Bunting, while to end the session it is Jeffrey de Zwaan looking to continue his resurgence against Ian White.
Sunday July 3
Afternoon Session (1300 local time, 1200 BST)
Rowby-John Rodriguez v Gabriel Clemens
Nathan Aspinall v Scott Williams
Wesley Plaisier v Madars Razma
Rob Cross v Luke Woodhouse
Martin Lukeman v Stephen Bunting
Damon Heta v Dimitri Van den Bergh
Luke Humphries v Lukas Wenig
Ian White v Jeffrey De Zwaan