The World Cup of Darts will find the winner today, as the tournament ends.
It is time for last day at the World Cup of Darts, and therefore we have to find a winner.
The day will start at one o’clock with the quarter-finals. In the first match New Zealand will go up against Japan. New Zealand had to go all the way to the double yesterday, when they won against South Africa. Japan managed to beat Singapore without the double.
In the second quarter-final we will see Scotland against Belgium. Scotland have played some really great dart throughout the first two rounds, beating Denmark and Sweden.
Yesterday’s biggest surprise was the Irish victory against England. Especially William O’Connor played with an amazing average at 115,10, when he beat Rob Cross by 4-1.
The Republic of Ireland will go up against Austria today.
The last match in the quarter-finals will be Canada against the Netherlands.
You can get an overview of the possible semi-finals and the full program of the day below:
Sunday June 9
Afternoon Session (1300)
New Zealand v Japan
Scotland v Belgium
Republic of Ireland v Austria
Canada v Netherlands
Evening Session (1900)
Scotland/Belgium v New Zealand/Japan
Republic of Ireland/Austria v Canada/Netherlands