Schedule Sunday final session 2021 World Cup of Darts featuring England v Austria and Wales v Scotland

The winners of the 2021 World Cup of Darts will be crowned later this evening with four countries still in the running in Jena, Germany for the title.

Starting off proceedings in the semi-finals will be top seeds England who will take on Austria.

A new pairing of sorts faces an established one as James Wade and Dave Chisnall who both have previous in the tournament albeit the former for the first time since 2010.

They will aim to take home the title and become the first pairing other than Phil Taylor and Adrian Lewis to do so for England and be the first since 2016.

While for Austria, it is established team of Mensur Suljovic and Rowby-John Rodriguez who took down Northern Ireland earlier in a doubles decider.

Having never got past the Quarter-Finals, it could finally be the year where the duo produce their best with Suljovic returning after a long layoff and Rodriguez in the form of his career.

James Wade is known to be facing Mensur Suljovic while Dave Chisnall will take on Rowby-John Rodriguez with doubles needed if required.

While in the second semi-final, it is the defending champions against the 2019 champions the last time the tournament was played in front of a crowd as Wales face Scotland.

After dodging a bullet against Lithuania, Gerwyn Price and Jonny Clayton will hope that was their scare for the tournament after taking down Australia.

They will take on Peter Wright who is aiming to essentially make it back-to-back titles after he didn't play last year teaming with John Henderson.

They saw off Netherlands earlier who would have been among the favourites for the title tonight but as is the draw, it has proved brutal for both teams as they will now face off. As a result, seemingly whoever comes through goes into the final as the favourite.

Evening Session (1900 local time, 1800 BST)


England v Austria

Singles One: James Wade v Mensur Suljovic

Singles Two: Dave Chisnall v Rowby-John Rodriguez

Doubles (if required): England v Austria

Wales v Scotland

Singles One:

Singles Two:

Doubles (if required): Wales v Scotland



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