The third round concludes and the fourth round begins at the 2022/23 PDC World Darts Championship with one of the most stacked sessions so far at the Alexandra Palace featuring many of the main protagonists.
The final match of the third round sees the World Number Five, Luke Humphries as he faces Dutch dynamo, Vincent van der Voort in a fast-paced, high-scoring affair in a chance for 'Cool Hand' to send out a statement.
Fourth round begins with two Welsh juggernauts in current World Number One, Gerwyn Price after toppling Raymond van Barneveld taking the next stage on his quest for a second World title.
Tournament Centre 2022/23 PDC World Darts Championship: Schedule, results, TV Guide and Prize Money Breakdown
He faces Jose de Sousa who will need to be better than his previous round when he took down Ryan Searle in a comeback win.
Before Jonny Clayton will go into a tie as the outsider despite his status as a multiple major champion and part of the darting elite against one time ranking winner and World Youth champion Josh Rock.
While not at his best form yet, Rock has been on the lips of every darting fan for his excellent debut year and will aim to take the biggest step yet with 'The Ferret' awaiting. Dimitri van den Bergh potentially awaits the winner in a match which could also dictate future Premier League spots.
Evening Session (1900 GMT)
1x Third Round
Luke Humphries v Vincent van der Voort
2x Fourth Round
Gerwyn Price v Jose de Sousa
Jonny Clayton v Josh Rock
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