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BDO World Championship 2020 Draw, Live Scores, Tournament Schedule and Prize Money

Jamie Shaw in BDO World Championship 13 Jan 2020
The all-new stageset at Indigo O2

The BDO World Championship heads to Indigo at The O2 for the first time, and you can follow the latest results and fixtures from both competitions here.

After 33 consecutive years at Lakeside, the BDO’s show-piece tournament has been relocated to within London’s O2 Arena complex as the elite men and women battle to claim the BDO’s most prestigious prize.

The men’s competition sees the top 16 players from the BDO ranking list seeded in the First Round draw and joined by the players ranked 17-24, while regional table qualifiers and those ranked 25-27 enter in the Preliminary Round.

Glen Durrant picked up his third consecutive BDO world title at Lakeside last January but will not be present to defend his title following his switch to the PDC.

Wesley Harms is seeded number one ahead of World Trophy winner Jim Williams, while former champions Scott Mitchell and Scott Waites and former PDC world finalist Andy Hamilton are also among the seeds.

Thirteen year-old Leighton Bennett, the reigning BDO World Youth Champion, will make his senior debut as the number 18 in the rankings, while three-time champion Martin Adams returns to the line-up aged 63.

The Ladies draw sees four-time World Champion Lisa Ashton seeded number one ahead of reigning World Champion Mikuru Suzuki.

Last year’s beaten finalist Lorraine Winstanley is aiming to go one set further, while Russia’s Anastasia Dobromyslova eyes a fourth world title.

Emerging star Beau Greaves will make her debut aged 15, while world number two Fallon Sherrock’s late withdrawal from the competition means she is replaced by Sweden’s Vicky Pruim.

The tournament runs from January 4-12 at Indigo at The O2 Arena in London.

Men’s Preliminary Round and First Round matches are to be contested over the best of five sets, with Second Round ties best of seven, Quarter-Finals best of nine, Semi-Finals best of 11 and the final best of 13.

All women’s matches up to and including the Semi-Finals are to be contested over the best of three sets, while the final is best of five sets. All sets are the best of five legs.


BDO World Championship 2020 Tournament Schedule

Saturday January 4

Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm)
Mario Vandenbogaerde 3-0 Sebastian Steyer (RD1)
Justin Thompson 3-0 Scott Williams (Prelim)
Vicky Pruim 0-2 Corrine Hammond (RD1 Women)
Dave Parletti 2-3 Chris Landman (RD1)

Evening Session (7pm-11pm)
Darren Herewini 3-1 Simon Stainton (Prelim)
Beau Greaves 2-0 Tori Kewish (RD1 Women)
Thibault Tricole 3-2 Ross Montgomery (Prelim)
Jim Williams 3-2 Gary Stone (RD1)

Sunday January 5

Afternoon session (1pm-5pm)
Wayne Warren 3-2 Justin Thompson (RD1)
Joe Chaney 2-3 Ben Hazel (Prelim)
Aileen de Graaf 2-1 Kirsty Hutchinson (RD1 Women)
Willem Mandigers 1-3 Michael Unterbuchner (RD1)

Evening session (7pm-11pm)
Andreas Harrysson 3-2 John O’Shea (Prelim)
Deta Hedman 0-2 Laura Turner (RD1 Women)
Paul Hogan 3-1 Brian Raman (Prelim)
Martijn Kleermaker 3-0 Gino Vos (RD1)

Monday January 6

Afternoon session (1pm-5pm)
Gabriel Pascaru 1-3 Justin Hood (Prelim)
David Cameron 1-3 Nick Fullwell (Prelim)
Wesley Harms 3-2 Andreas Harrysson (RD1)

Evening session (7pm-11pm)
Andy Hamilton 3-1 Darren Herewini (RD1)
Mikuru Suzuki 2-1 Maria O’Brien (RD1 Women)
Scott Waites 3-2 Martin Adams (RD1)
Adam Smith-Neale 0-3 Paul Hogan (RD1)

Tuesday January 7

Afternoon session (1pm-5pm)
David Evans 3-2 Nick Fullwell (RD1)
Nick Kenny 2-3 Dennie Olde Kalter (RD1)
Anastasia Dobromyslova 2-0 Sharon Prins (RD1 Women)
Richard Veenstra 3-1 Justin Hood (RD1)

Evening session (7pm-11pm)
Gary Robson 2-3 Ben Hazel (RD1)
Lisa Ashton 2-0 Paula Jacklin (RD1 Women)
Scott Mitchell 3-1 Leighton Bennett (RD1)
Ryan Hogarth 3-1 Thibault Tricole (RD1)

Wednesday January 8

Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm)
Wayne Warren 4-1 Andy Hamilton (RD2)
Lorraine Winstanley 2-0 Casey Gallaher (RD1 Women)
Chris Landman 4-3 Ben Hazel (RD2)

Evening session (7pm-11pm)
Wesley Harms 2-4 Scott Waites (RD2)
Michael Unterbuchner 0-4 Scott Mitchell (RD2)
Richard Veenstra 2-4 David Evans (RD2)

Thursday January 9

Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm)
Corrine Hammond 2-0 Laura Turner (Women’s QF)
Jim Williams 4-0 Ryan Hogarth (RD2)
Aileen de Graaf 1-2 Beau Greaves (Women’s QF)

Evening Session (7pm-11pm)
Lisa Ashton 2-0 Lorraine Winstanley (Women’s QF)
Dennie Olde Kalter 1-4 Mario Vandenbogaerde (RD2)
Mikuru Suzuki 2-0 Anastasia Dobromyslova (Women’s QF)
Martijn Kleermaker 1-4 Paul Hogan (RD2)

Friday January 10

Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm)
Wayne Warren 5-3 Chris Landman (QF)
Lisa Ashton 2-0 Corrine Hammond (Women’s SF)
Mario Vandenbogaerde 5-3 David Evans (QF)

Evening Session (7pm-11pm)
Jim Williams 5-1 Paul Hogan (QF)
Mikuru Suzuki 2-1 Beau Greaves (Women’s SF)
Scott Waites 4-5 Scott Mitchell (QF)

Saturday January 11

Afternoon Session (2.30pm-5pm)
Wayne Warren 6-3 Scott Mitchell (SF)
Leighton Bennett 0-3 Keane Barry (Youth Final)

Evening Session (7pm-11pm)
Jim Williams 6-4 Mario Vandenbogaerde (SF)
Lisa Ashton 0-3 Mikuru Suzuki (Women’s Final)

Sunday January 12

Men’s Final

Wayne Warren 7-4 Jim Williams

BDO World Championship 2020 Prize Fund

Winner: £50,000
Runner-up: TBC
Semi-Final losers: TBC
Quarter-Final losers: TBC
Last 16 losers: TBC
First Round losers: TBC
Total: TBC

Winner: £8,000
Runner-up: £3,500
Semi-Final losers: £1,200
Quarter-Final losers: £650
First Round losers: £500
Total: £20,500