Today we get the conclusion of the Perth Darts Masters from the HBF Stadium in Perth with the semi-finals and finals to conclude the tournament and the last leg of the Oceanic tour after previous legs in Auckland (won by Kyle Anderson) and Melbourne (won by Phil Taylor) and only Gary Anderson remains in terms of previous winners so there could be a new name on a World Series for the second time on the tour.
James Wade vs Gary Anderson will kick proceedings off in the semi-finals and with both men putting in great performances yesterday in the Quarter-Finals if they both bring their A-Game we could be in for a cracker and a close match to see who faces the winner of the second semi-final.
The second semi-final pits two of the best in the game against each other who surprisingly have not won World Series events before in the form of Daryl Gurney and Raymond van Barneveld with Gurney thrashing Peter Wright and RVB almost fluffing his lines against Phil Taylor but coming through meaning that Gurney might go in as the slight favourite with a great performance also against Kokiri in the first round.
Sunday August 27th 
12pm-3pm (BST), 7pm-10pm local time
Semi-finals –
Best of 21 legs
Gary Anderson vs James Wade
Raymond van Barneveld vs Daryl Gurney
Best of 21 legs
Prize Fund :
Winner £20,000
Runner up : £10,000
Semi-Final losers : £5,000

Author: Samuel Gill