Duff sends marker out ahead of Thornton clash at World Seniors: "No one's B-game is going to beat me"

Neil Duff eased past Keith Deller to seal a spot in the Quarter-Finals of the World Seniors Darts Championship.

Duff will now face Robert Thornton and said he believes his game is the best it has been since he dominated the WDF World Championship last April sending out a warning shot to the rest of the field.

"It's probably the first time that it's been there since the Lakeside. Struggled a bit with my game, I don't shy away from the crowd. You seen it with the 161, you feed from the energy off that there. Tomorrow (Sunday) it will be a packed house so I'm feeling confident.

"I feel where my game is at the minute, It's good enough to win it. Let's just see what happens. No one's B-game is going to beat me."

"Maybe the heat on the stage might get to them being the athlete I am, that might just see me through," joked the Northern Irishman. "But whatever happens, it'll be a good game."

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