The World Series Order of Merit has been updated after the latest event in the form of the Melbourne Darts Masters which was won by Michael van Gerwen.

After a poor start to his World Series campaign, Van Gerwen is now into second. He claimed twelve points after winning in Melbourne, which means he climbs six spots on the World Series Order of Merit. The Dutchman is only behind leader Peter Wright now who gained further points due to a good run despite being whitewashed by MVG.

Daryl Gurney after losing out to Van Gerwen in the final is into third; level on points with the world number one and Rob Cross. Brisbane Darts Masters champion Damon Heta is now fifth with 15 points.

There is one more event to come in Hamilton (New Zealand) next weekend, with the line-up for the World Series of Dart Finals set to be confirmed.

World Series Order of Merit after Melbourne Darts Masters

1 Peter Wright 23
2 Michael van Gerwen 19
3 Daryl Gurney 19
4 Rob Cross 19
5 Damon Heta 15
6 Nathan Aspinall 12
7 Gary Anderson 10
8 Simon Whitlock 8
9 Gabriel Clemens 8
10 Michael Smith 8
11 Raymond van Barneveld 7
12 James Wade 7
13 Mensur Suljovic 5
14 Gerwyn Price 5
15 Kyle Anderson 4
16 Nico Kurz 3
17 Martin Schindler 3
18 James Bailey 2
19 Corey Cadby 2
20 Haupai Puha 2
21 Robbie King 1
22 Mick Lacey 1
23 Tim Pusey 1
24 Koha Kokiri 1
25 Brendon McCausland 1
26 Ben Robb 1
27 Christian Bunse 1
28 Max Hopp 1
29 Maik Langendorf 1
30 Robert Marijanovic 1
31 Kevin Munch 1
32 Daniel Baggish 1
33 Shawn Brenneman 1
34 Leonard Gates 1
35 Jim Long 1
36 Gary Mawson 1
37 Elliot Milk 1
38 Jeff Smith 1
39 Darin Young 1

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Author: Samuel Gill