World Series of Darts Finals 2020 Preview and Schedule: Sunday evening session with Semi-Finals and Final
It all comes down to the semi-finals and final at the World Series of Darts Finals with a potential first time champion set to be crowned in Salzburg on Sunday evening.
Only James Wade , the 2018 Champion remains who has previously won the title with 'The Machine' having another brilliant run this weekend. Known to have some of his best form at this time of the year, the Aldershot ace saw off Glen Durrant this afternoon in a tense deciding leg thriller.
This came after an impressive opening win on Saturday against Jeff Smith. His next tie will see him face off against Rob Cross .
Cross has made a point so far this weekend that some of his top form is still there after a dismal restart which saw him crash out at the World Matchplay and be knocked out on Judgement Night in the Premier League.
'Voltage' though whitewashed an out of sorts Steve Beaton on Saturday and then defeated Michael Smith on Sunday afternoon and will hope to add the title in Salzburg tonight to his resume which would be a real confidence boost.
Wright will aim to overturn two previous final defeats albeit in 2015 and 2016 in this competition but will have an Iceman who is bang on form and aiming for a third title win in a row.
Similar to James Wade, this part of the year including the Grand Slam is usually when Price produces some of his best darts and victories over Vincent van der Voort and in a last leg decider against Nathan Aspinall have brought him to this point.
Wright saw off Daryl Gurney and Damon Heta both in quality displays and is also looking good this weekend. A real tie for the ages is set for the Salzburgarena.
Who will come out on top though and lift the title this evening? Four top players remain and it is still all to play for.
Schedule World Series of Darts Finals 2020
Sunday September 20 (19:15 BST)
Peter Wright v Gerwyn Price
James Wade v Rob Cross
Best of 21 legs
Wade/Cross v Wright/Price
Best of 21 legs