Schedule Sunday evening session 2021 Gibraltar Darts Trophy including Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals and Final
Most players involved are previous winners on the European Tour with some brilliant ties set for the latter half of the tournament.
Nonemoreso than the biggest match right now in darts as Gerwyn Price takes on Michael van Gerwen with the favourite likely coming from that game to win the title.
Price turned off the heat earlier as he saw off Damon Heta and has looked impressive quelling potential injury doubts after he pulled out after his first round win at the Nordic Darts Masters.
While Van Gerwen had to stage a mighty comeback to dispel Danny Noppert who missed match darts to move through in the end and the ominous sign is that usually Van Gerwen has a scare of sorts and will return to win the title without much bother following that.
But the jury is out still on the form of MVG despite his victory in Copenhagen and whether he can string a run of results together.
Price has reversed the head to head slightly as of late and so this will make this a must watch tie third on.
Starting proceedings off is Simon Whitlock who will still harbour hopes of going to the tournament where Price will be defending - the World Grand Prix in Leicester.
The race concludes tonight with seemingly only a final win being enough for 'The Wizard', so can he conjure up some magic against one of the most in-form players in the past 18 months in Brendan Dolan.
The defending champion follows along as Krzysztof Ratajski who has been going about his business this weekend under the radar faces Mensur Suljovic who has been absolutely superb at times since his return to darts.
He breezed past Jose de Sousa with ease this afternoon in a vintage performance from 'The Gentle' and so it could be the end of Ratajski's title defence in short order.
After Van Gerwen and Price lock horns, it is James Wade facing Nathan Aspinall with both impressing earlier against Gabriel Clemens and Joe Cullen and for 'The Machine' in particular, he has form for winning in Gibraltar and could face a familiar foe in Michael van Gerwen in the semi-finals.
As usual all games up to, and including, the quarter-finals, are the best of 11 legs. The semi-finals are the best of 13 legs and the final is the best of 15 legs.
Evening Session (18:00 start)
Simon Whitlock v Brendan Dolan
Krzysztof Ratajski v Mensur Suljovic
Gerwyn Price v Michael van Gerwen
James Wade v Nathan Aspinall
Whitlock/Dolan v Ratajski/Suljovic
Price/Van Gerwen v Wade/Aspinall