Karel Sedlacek and Ted Evetts are the first players through to the final day of action at the German Darts Grand Prix.

Sedlacek came through a bizarre game with Ian White which featured loads of missed doubles.
It was 56 missed doubles between them with 32 darts for White meaning a frustrating day for ‘Diamond’.
As a result of his victory he becomes the first Czech player to reach the final day of a European Tour event.
Evetts on the other hand was impressive once again as he took out another seed in Jonny Clayton.
He reeled off four consecutive legs and averaged 97.5 with 66 percent on the doubles in completing a 6-2 win against The Ferret.
Could it be a career defining weekend for ‘Super Ted’?
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Afternoon session schedule
Ian White (81.08) 4-6 (79.29) Karel Sedlacek
Jonny Clayton (93.72) 2-6 (97.5) Ted Evetts
13:00 Darren Webster v Nathan Derry
13:30 Danny Noppert v Stephen Bunting
14:00 Daryl Gurney v Kyle Anderson
14:30 Dave Chisnall v Arron Monk
15:00 James Wade v Kim Huybrechts
15:30 Adrian Lewis v Ritchie Edhouse

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Photo: Lawrence Lustig/PDC

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Author: Samuel Gill