The 16 remaining players at the European Darts Grand Prix start the final day of the Euro Tour tournament in Sindelfingen on Sunday afternoon.
First of all, Raymond van Barneveld will face top seed Luke Humphries.
The fifth duel of the afternoon is between Daryl Gurney and Ross Smith. After that, Nathan Aspinall plays Madars Razma, while Dave Chisnall has his next opponent in Krzysztof Ratajski. The afternoon concludes with a meeting between Rob Cross and Ross Montgomery.
Where can I follow this tournament?
This year, for the first time, the Euro Tour tournaments will be broadcast by Viaplay. The afternoon sessions start at 12:00, while the evening sessions start at 18:00.
Furthermore, the European Darts Grand Prix can be watched via PDC TV. A subscription is required to access this live stream.
Tournament centre 2023 European Darts Grand Prix: Schedule of play, all results, live stream and prize money breakdown
How much prize money is there to win?
During each Euro Tour tournament, £175,000 in prize money is distributed. All qualifiers are guaranteed £1,250, while the top-16 seeded players on the European Darts Grand Prix will receive £2,500 anyway. However, these 16 players must win their first game in the second round for the prize money to actually count towards the world rankings and other rankings.
Per win, the prize money earned increases. Thus, the finalists already get a minimum of £12,000. The winner of the tournament goes home with the top prize of £30,000.
Sunday May 28
Afternoon Session (1300 local time, 1200 BST)
Luke Humphries v Raymond van Barneveld
Gian van Veen v Josh Rock
Damon Heta v Joe Cullen
Gerwyn Price v Martin Schindler
Daryl Gurney v Ross Smith
Nathan Aspinall v Madars Razma
Dave Chisnall v Krzysztof Ratajski
Rob Cross v Ross Montgomery