As we enter the New Year the PDC World Darts Championship is almost at its end, with players preparing for the semi-finals at Ally Pally.
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We are now into the penultimate following a dramatic quarter-final session on New Year’s Day, with World No. 1 Gerwyn Price getting thrashed 1-5 by Gabriel Clemens. The mercurial Welshman stunned Ally Pally by approaching the oche with a pair of noise cancelling headphones in the fifth set, but it didn’t have the desired effect as Clemens stormed to victory.
Elsewere, three-time winner Michael van Gerwen recorded a stunning 102.39 average to whitewash Chris Dobey 5-0, while Dimitri Van den Bergh and Michael Smith came through stern 5-3 tests to beat Jonny Clayton and Stephen Bunting respectively. There is just one past winner in the semis with ‘MVG’, but will the Dutchman add to his legacy, or will we have a new victor come Wednesday?
Day 15 Schedule
Monday January 2
From 7.30pm (GMT)
- Semi-final: Gabriel Clemens vs Michael Smith
- Semi-final: Dimitri Van den Bergh vs Michael van Gerwen
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