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PDC World Cup of Darts Live

The BetVictor World Cup of Darts gets underway this Friday 6th November at the Salzburgarena in Austria, where 64 players bestow the honour of representing their country at the highest-level darts has to offer.

Team Wales features “The Iceman” Gerwyn Price and “The Ferret” Jonny Clayton as number two seeds at the tournament and have been hotly tipped to go far in the event, which Wales has historically had some fantastic runs in.

John Henderson is set to make his debut as he teams up with Robert Thornton, and the passionate Scotsmen cannot wait to represent their country with pride this weekend.

Ahead of his debut John said “I’m getting some tips off Robert who’s been here before but it’s obviously an amazing opportunity to represent my country at this level and we can’t wait to get up on stage”.

Meanwhile, World Grand Prix champion Gerwyn Price is in a determined mindset stating “I’ve been here representing Wales a few times now and it is a different buzz that you get compared to the other TV majors”

“Mark Webster and I got to the final before and I really enjoy playing with Jonny, so if we can get out the blocks quick, I’m sure we can right the wrongs of last year and you never know, win a World cup for Wales!”

Danny Noppert, the 2019 World Series of Darts Finals runner-up, will make his debut for the Netherlands alongside three-time champion Michael van Gerwen.

2019 Brisbane Darts Masters winner Heta, meanwhile, will make his first appearance for Australia alongside former finalist Simon Whitlock, with Kyle Anderson still back in his homeland.

England's Michael Smith and Rob Cross will be the top seeds as they seek to secure a fifth title for their country in the tenth staging of the event.

World Matchplay champion Dimitri Van den Bergh partners former World Cup finalist Kim Huybrechts for Belgium, with Germany being the seventh seeds.

2019 finalists Ireland are the seventh seeds as the partnership of William O'Connor and Steve Lennon is rekindled, with host nation Austria - represented by Mensur Suljovic and Rowby-John Rodriguez - completing the seeded nations.

Chuck Puleo will be partnered by 2019 CDC Continental Cup winner Danny Lauby in the American team, with the left-hander set to make his debut after Darin Young withdrew for health reasons after being diagnosed with vertigo.

Bruno Rangel won a qualifier in Brazil to secure his spot alongside Diogo Portela, while Andrea Micheletti and Daniele Petri won the Italian qualifier to secure their World Cup returns, while teenage pair Craig Galliano and Justin Hewitt won the right to represent Gibraltar.

Haupai Puha will travel from New Zealand to partner Germany-based Cody Harris as they look to build on their run to the 2019 quarter-finals.

World Championship qualifier Matt Campbell will make his World Cup debut alongside Jeff Smith in the Canadian team, and big-stage newcomer Carl Gabriel will partner Devon Petersen for South Africa.

The BetVictor World Cup of Darts will be televised on Sky Sports as well as through the PDC's international broadcast partners including RTL7 and DAZN, as well as for PDCTV Rest of the World Subscribers and at

2020 BetVictor World Cup of Darts

Schedule of Play

Friday November 6

Afternoon Session (1300 local time, 1200 GMT)

8x First Round

Lithuania v Gibraltar

Portugal v Hungary

New Zealand v Denmark

Northern Ireland v Canada

Belgium v Czech Republic

Austria v USA

England v Philippines

Italy v Spain

Evening Session (1900 local time, 1800 GMT)

8x First Round

Sweden v Greece

Japan v Scotland

Poland v South Africa

Republic of Ireland v Australia

Wales v Russia

Germany v Finland

Netherlands v Brazil

Hong Kong v Latvia

Saturday November 7

Afternoon Session (1300 local time, 1200 GMT)

4x Second Round

Evening Session (1900 local time, 1800 GMT)

4x Second Round

Sunday November 8

Afternoon Session (1300 local time, 1200 GMT)


Evening Session (1900 local time, 1800 GMT)

Semi-Finals & Final

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