Price claims glory at the 2021 Gibraltar Darts Trophy

Gerwyn Price sealed his fifth European Tour title at the 2021 Gibraltar Darts Trophy with an 8-0 demolition of Mensur Suljovic in the final.

The world number one had triumphed in the Hungarian Darts Trophy earlier this month and sealed the £25,000 title in the year’s second – and final – European Tour event.

Price performed superbly throughout the weekend, following up Saturday’s second round win over Florian Hempel with a 102 average in his Last 16 defeat of Damon Heta.

He improved on that to defy Michael van Gerwen’s 105 average in a thrilling Quarter-Final which went to a deciding leg, before seeing off Nathan Aspinall 7-3 in the Semi-Finals.

The final proved a thoroughly one-sided affair, with Suljovic’s four missed doubles in the opening two legs giving Price the opportunity to move 2-0 in front.

A 70 finish handed Price the third leg, and he posted tops and double ten to claim a five-leg lead before accelerating to the winning line with legs of 11, 12 and 12 darts – finishing 94, 95 and 82 in the process of completing a fifth European Tour triumph.

“It’s been a brilliant weekend,” said Price, who now sets his sights on defending his World Grand Prix title.

“In the final Mensur wasn’t the player I know he can be, but I played fantastic in the semi-final, final and quarter-final so I’m thankful for that.

“This weekend I played really well all the way through and I think I’m a deserved winner.”

Price had withdrawn from the Nordic Masters last weekend following the first round due to an elbow problem, and had a cortisone injection this week before heading to Gibraltar.

“It wasn’t very good in the World Cup, I could feel it then,” added the Welshman. “[The Nordic Masters] wasn’t a ranked event, and I knew I had to prepare for this week, next week and all the big tournaments coming up.

“It worked. A lot of people doubted what I did but I knew what I had to do.”

Suljovic had also reached the final of the World Cup of Darts a fortnight ago and enjoyed his best run in a singles event for two years as he won through to another decider.

The Austrian followed up Saturday’s narrow defeat of Kim Huybrechts by dropping just three legs to see off Jose de Sousa and Krzysztof Ratajski, and then overcame Simon Whitlock 7-5 in the Semi-Finals.

Whitlock enjoyed his best run for ten months, but fell short of claiming World Grand Prix qualification with his Semi-Final exit.

Aspinall averaged 107 in an epic Last 16 win over top seed Joe Cullen, and went on to defeat UK Open champion James Wade to reach the Last Four.

Following the Gibraltar Trophy, the top 32 players from the final European Tour Order of Merit qualify for the European Championship in Salzburg from October 14-17.

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Gibraltar Darts Trophy 2021 Day Three Results

Sunday September 26

Third Round
Simon Whitlock 6-4 Ted Evetts
Callan Rydz 1-6 Brendan Dolan
Adam Smith-Neale 2-6 Krzysztof Ratajski
Jose De Sousa 1-6 Mensur Suljovic
Gerwyn Price 6-3 Damon Heta
Michael van Gerwen 6-5 Danny Noppert
James Wade 6-3 Gabriel Clemens
Joe Cullen 4-6 Nathan Aspinall

Quarter-Finals
Simon Whitlock 6-4 Brendan Dolan
Krzysztof Ratajski 2-6 Mensur Suljovic
Gerwyn Price 6-5 Michael van Gerwen
James Wade 2-6 Nathan Aspinall

Semi-Finals
Simon Whitlock 5-7 Mensur Suljovic
Gerwyn Price 7-3 Nathan Aspinall

Final
Gerwyn Price 8-0 Mensur Suljovic

Gibraltar Darts Trophy 2021 Day Three preview and order of play | Euro Tour draws to a close

The 2021 PDC European Tour draws to a close on Sunday as the 16 remaining hopefuls battle it out at the Gibraltar Darts Trophy.

The final chapter of this year’s brief Euro Tour campaign sees eleven seeds and five qualifiers compete for the £25,000 title at the Europa Sports Park.

Michael van Gerwen is bidding to claim this title for the fourth time and go back-to-back in the space of a week, having ended his drought at the Nordic Masters in Copenhagen last Saturday.

The record 32-time European Tour event winner brushed aside Rob Cross with a 100 average in Saturday’s opener and now takes on former World Cup team-mate Danny Noppert in the Last 16 on Sunday afternoon.

Noppert, who missed the Hungarian Darts Trophy due to personal reasons, secured his place in the European Championship courtesy of a comfortable 6-2 win over Sweden’s Andreas Harrysson on Saturday.

Krzysztof Ratajski, who won the most recent staging of this event two years ago, steps up his title defence with a clash against a fellow former World Master – Adam Smith-Neale.

Smith-Neale, a UK Associate Member Qualifier, has enjoyed a dream Euro Tour debut this weekend, defeating Justin Broton and Premier League champion Jonny Clayton to gatecrash the European Championship.

James Wade, winner here in 2014, faces a tough test against German number one Gabriel Clemens – who has dispatched Luke Humphries and Devon Petersen en route to this stage.

Simon Whitlock, whose sole Euro Tour title came nine years ago, looks to remain on course to end the long drought when he faces multiple Development Tour event winner Ted Evetts – who defeated Dirk van Duijvenbode in Round Two.

Despite pulling out of last week’s Nordic Masters, world number one Gerwyn Price showed no sign of injury problems as he swept aside Germany’s Florian Hempel 6-1 with a 97 average on Saturday.

The Welshman now faces former Brisbane Masters winner Damon Heta – who dispatched Adam Hunt in his opener and is out to avenge three defeats to Price this season.

Callan Rydz has proved the stand-out performer of the weekend so far and will look to continue his blistering spell of form when he faces 14th seed Brendan Dolan.

Rydz followed up his 103 average in Round One with a sensational 110.7 average and a 170 checkout in dumping out Peter Wright on Saturday.

Grand Slam champion Jose de Sousa comes up against a resurgent Mensur Suljovic – runner-up in the World Cup of Darts a fortnight ago.

Top seed and two-time Euro Tour event winner Joe Cullen takes on former UK Open champion Nathan Aspinall in the final match of the afternoon, with ‘The Asp’ aiming to follow up his impressive 102.5 average in the last round.

The action gets under way from 12pm BST, with all matches up to and including the Quarter-Finals to be contested over the best of 11 legs, Semi-Finals best of 13 and the final best of 15.

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Gibraltar Darts Trophy 2021 Day Three Schedule of Play

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Sunday September 26

Afternoon Session (12pm-4pm)

Third Round
Simon Whitlock v Ted Evetts
Callan Rydz v Brendan Dolan
Adam Smith-Neale v Krzysztof Ratajski
Jose De Sousa v Mensur Suljovic
Gerwyn Price v Damon Heta
Michael van Gerwen v Danny Noppert
James Wade v Gabriel Clemens
Joe Cullen v Nathan Aspinall

Evening Session (6pm-10pm)

Quarter-Finals
Rydz/Dolan v Whitlock/Evetts
De Sousa/Suljovic v Smith-Neale/Ratajski
Van Gerwen/Noppert v Price/Heta
Cullen/Aspinall v Wade/Clemens

Semi-Finals

Final

Rydz runs riot against Wright at the Gibraltar Darts Trophy

Callan Rydz produced a spellbinding display to defeat Peter Wright 6-3 in the Second Round of the Gibraltar Darts Trophy on Saturday.

World Matchplay quarter-finalist Rydz averaged 110.7 in a devastating display, landing a 170 checkout and converting six doubles from as many attempts.

Wright, himself, averaged 108 with four 180s, but was powerless to stop the Tyneside thrower as he stormed into Sunday’s Last 16 at the Europa Sports Park.

That result also assures Rydz of a place in next month’s European Championship as the field for the 32-player tournament was confirmed following Saturday’s action.

A further ten players secured places in the European Championship – for which the field is comprised solely of the top 32 players from the European Order of Merit, despite this season’s European Tour consisting of just two events.

Adam Smith-Neale will be among a host of debutants in Salzburg after the former World Masters champion continued his dream Euro Tour debut by defeating Premier League champion Jonny Clayton 6-4.

Ted Evetts also secured his qualification as he edged out World Grand Prix finalist Dirk van Duijvenbode in a last-leg decider, extending the Dutchman’s barren run of results.

Mensur Suljovic continued his resurgence with a 6-5 victory over Kim Huybrechts, punishing three missed match darts from the Belgian.

Michael van Gerwen got off and running in style as he averaged 100 in a 6-3 success over Rob Cross with a high checkout of 112.

Van Gerwen will face fellow Dutchman Danny Noppert in Sunday’s Last 16 after he overcame Sweden’s Andreas Harrysson to also seal a spot at the European Championship.

James Wade held his nerve to edge out Croatia’s Boris Krcmar in a deciding leg, landing a timely 180 in the last leg and hitting double five with his final dart.

Second seed Jose de Sousa opened up with a whitewash win over struggling Belgian youngster Kenny Neyens, while top seed Joe Cullen with a comfortable 6-1 winner against Joe Murnan – who squandered 14 darts at doubles.

Simon Whitlock pulled off an impressive 6-2 win over Michael Smith with the aid of three maximums and a 114 checkout.

Whitlock’s World Cup team-mate Damon Heta safely dispatched Adam Hunt 6-3 with a high finish of 158, while Brendan Dolan thrashed an out of sorts Mervyn King 6-1 with 55 per cent on the doubles.

Krzysztof Ratajski, who won the most recent staging of the Gibraltar Trophy in 2019, began his title defence with a 6-3 win over Ryan Searle – who was punished for 13 missed darts at doubles.

World number one Gerwyn Price showed no sign of injury problems as he swept aside Germany’s Florian Hempel 6-1 to reach the Last 16, averaging 97.

Gabriel Clemens ended Devon Petersen’s hopes of European Championship qualification as he secured a 6-3 victory, while Nathan Aspinall overcame Ritchie Edhouse 6-3 with an emphatic 102.5 average and six from nine on the outer ring.

Van Duijvenbode, Clayton and Petersen join the likes of Dave Chisnall, Daryl Gurney, Dimitri van den Bergh and Gary Anderson as notable absentees at October’s European Championship.

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Gibraltar Darts Trophy 2021 Day Two Results

Saturday September 25

Second Round

Afternoon Session
Dirk van Duijvenbode 5-6 Ted Evetts
Brendan Dolan 6-1 Mervyn King
Danny Noppert 6-2 Andreas Harrysson
Damon Heta 6-3 Adam Hunt
Mensur Suljovic 6-5 Kim Huybrechts
Michael Smith 2-6 Simon Whitlock
James Wade 6-5 Boris Krcmar
Krzysztof Ratajski 6-3 Ryan Searle

Evening Session
Jonny Clayton 4-6 Adam Smith-Neale
Jose de Sousa 6-0 Kenny Neyens
Devon Petersen 3-6 Gabriel Clemens
Peter Wright 3-6 Callan Rydz
Gerwyn Price 6-1 Florian Hempel
Michael van Gerwen 6-3 Rob Cross
Joe Cullen 6-1 Joe Murnan
Nathan Aspinall 6-3 Ritchie Edhouse

Gibraltar Darts Trophy 2021 Day Two preview and order of play | Round Two commences on The Rock

The Second Round of the 2021 Gibraltar Darts Trophy takes centre stage on Saturday with European Championship places up for grabs.

The top 16 seeds make their entrance at the Europa Sports Park as they bid to reach the final day of the action in the season’s second and final European Tour event.

The top 32 players on the European Order of Merit following the event will secure places in October’s European Championship.

As it stands, 22 players have already sealed their spot in Salzburg, including a host of new faces, while six of the 16 seeds in action on Saturday must win in order to keep their hopes alive.

Premier League champion Jonny Clayton is among the notable names facing a must-win scenario, and the number seven seed starts out against former World Masters champion Adam Smith-Neale in the evening session.

Dirk van Duijvenbode, a quarter-finalist in last year’s European Championship, aims to clinch his return by overcoming multiple Development Tour event winner Ted Evetts in the opening tie of the afternoon session.

Mensur Suljović, European Championship runner-up in 2016, faces a tough test against a resurgent Kim Huybrechts – who averaged 105 in defeating Boris Koltsov on Friday.

Krzysztof Ratajski, who won the most recent staging of the Gibraltar Trophy in 2019, begins his title defence against two-time ProTour event winner Ryan Searle – who staged a superb fightback from 5-2 down to defeat Martin Schindler in Round One.

Devon Petersen, semi-finalist in last year’s European Championship, must defeat Gabriel Clemens if he is to join the German in the main event next month.

Danny Noppert, who missed the recent Hungarian Trophy for personal reasons, returns as the number 13 seed to take on Sweden’s Andreas Harrysson – who knocked out Keane Barry courtesy of some pinpoint finishing in Round One.

The stand-out tie of the evening sees two former World Champions collide as Michael van Gerwen meets Rob Cross.

Van Gerwen is bidding for back-to-back titles after ending his drought at the Nordic Masters last weekend, while Cross came through a tricky opener against Hungary’s Patrik Kovács and will be looking to raise his game accordingly against the green machine.

Kenny Neyens, who averaged just 71 in a gruelling First Round win over Dyson Parody, is now tasked with taking on Grand Slam champion Jose De Sousa.

Two former European Tour event winners go head-to-head as Michael Smith collides with Simon Whitlock in arguably the pick of the afternoon’s action.

UK Open champion James Wade will be poised for a tough test against Croatia’s Boris Krcmar – who knocked out World Cup winner John Henderson with a 97 average on Friday.

World Matchplay champion Peter Wright starts out against emerging star Callan Rydz – who averaged 103.7 with 75% on the doubles in a 6-1 rout of Host Nation qualifier Justin Hewitt.

Gerwyn Price makes a swift return to action after pulling out midway through last week’s Nordic Masters with an elbow injury, and the world number one’s first test comes in the shape of emerging German star Florian Hempel – who dispatched Stephen Bunting in Round One.

Nathan Aspinall will be eyeing a much-needed confidence boost when he faces Ritchie Edhouse, while top seed Joe Cullen opens up against former ProTour event winner Joe Murnan.

Former World Grand Prix finalists Brendan Dolan and Mervyn King lock horns in what could prove a close-run contest, while former Brisbane Masters winner Damon Heta hosts two-time Challenge Tour winner Adam Hunt.

The action gets under way from 12pm BST, with Second Round matches to be contested over the best of 11 legs.

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Gibraltar Darts Trophy 2021 Day Two Schedule of Play

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Saturday September 25

Second Round

Afternoon Session (12pm-4pm)
Dirk van Duijvenbode v Ted Evetts
Brendan Dolan v Mervyn King
Danny Noppert v Andreas Harrysson
Damon Heta v Adam Hunt
Mensur Suljovic v Kim Huybrechts
Michael Smith v Simon Whitlock
James Wade v Boris Krcmar
Krzysztof Ratajski v Ryan Searle

Evening Session (6pm-10pm)
Jonny Clayton v Adam Smith-Neale
Jose de Sousa v Kenny Neyens
Devon Petersen v Gabriel Clemens
Peter Wright v Callan Rydz
Gerwyn Price v Florian Hempel
Michael van Gerwen v Rob Cross
Joe Cullen v Joe Murnan
Nathan Aspinall v Ritchie Edhouse

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Searle comeback stuns Schindler at the Gibraltar Darts Trophy as Clemens claims crucial win

Ryan Searle produced a superb fightback from 5-2 down to deny Martin Schindler in a last-leg decider on Day One of the Gibraltar Darts Trophy.

Friday saw the 32 qualifiers go head-to-head at the Europa Sports Park, with several players booking their place in October’s European Championship.

Searle was staring defeat in the face with seven legs played, but reeled off four without reply to snatch victory, surviving three missed match darts from Schindler in the decider.

Searle, who goes through to face 2019 Gibraltar Trophy champion Krzysztof Ratajski in Round Two, landed five 180s and averaged 96.4 in a high quality contest as he ended the German’s hopes of qualifying for the upcoming World Grand Prix.

Gabriel Clemens was one of a number of players to clinch a place in the European Championship after he defeated Luke Humphries 6-4 with five maximums to his name.

Mervyn King also assured himself of a place in the European Championship after whitewashing Host Nation qualifier Craig Galliano 6-0 with two ton-plus finishes and 75 per cent on the outer ring.

Rob Cross dug deep to avert a banana skin as he came from 4-3 behind to defeat Hungary’s Patrik Kovacs 6-4 with a high checkout of 152 to set up a Second Round show-down with Michael van Gerwen.

An upset in the opening match of the day saw Sweden’s Andreas Harrysson knock out Irish star Keane Barry with a 6-3 victory which saw him land six doubles from eight attempts.

Former World Masters champion Adam Smith-Neale marked his European Tour debut with a 6-1 rout of Gibraltar’s Justin Broton, while Adam Hunt was ruthless in whitewashing an out of sorts Geert Nentjes 6-0.

Ted Evetts battled back from 5-3 down and survived five match darts from Ryan Murray to snatch a 6-5 victory with a 108 checkout in the deciding leg.

John Henderson’s first competitive appearance since his World Cup triumph a fortnight ago ended in a 6-2 defeat to Croatia’s Boris Krcmar – who averaged 97.7 to earn his first European Tour victory.

Callan Rydz swept aside Gibraltar youngster Justin Hewitt 6-1 with a blistering 103.7 average and 75 per cent on the doubles.

Kim Huybrechts also made a flying start as he dispatched Russia’s Boris Koltsov 6-2 with a 105 average and a high checkout of 161.

Florian Hempel withstood a late Stephen Bunting fightback to eventually close out a 6-5 victory with three ton-plus finishes to his name as he confirmed a meeting with Gerwyn Price on Saturday.

Joe Murnan held his nerve to edge out Martijn Kleermaker in a last-leg decider, while Simon Whitlock thrashed Wayne Jones 6-1 with a 96.6 average and five trademark maximums.

Ritchie Edhouse will take on Nathan Aspinall in Round Two after seeing off former World Champion Steve Beaton 6-4.

Belgium’s Kenny Neyens came through a gruelling encounter with Gibraltar’s Dyson Parody, eventually sealing a 6-4 victory despite an average of just 71.

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Gibraltar Darts Trophy 2021 Day One Results

Friday September 24

First Round

Afternoon Session
Andreas Harrysson 6-3 Keane Barry
Martijn Kleermaker 5-6 Joe Murnan
Adam Hunt 6-0 Geert Nentjes
Justin Broton 1-6 Adam Smith-Neale
Ryan Murray 5-6 Ted Evetts
Patrik Kovacs 4-6 Rob Cross
John Henderson 2-6 Boris Krcmar
Mervyn King 6-0 Craig Galliano

Evening Session
Stephen Bunting 5-6 Florian Hempel
Dyson Parody 4-6 Kenny Neyens
Ryan Searle 6-5 Martin Schindler
Wayne Jones 1-6 Simon Whitlock
Boris Koltsov 2-6 Kim Huybrechts
Callan Rydz 6-1 Justin Hewitt
Ritchie Edhouse 6-4 Steve Beaton
Luke Humphries 4-6 Gabriel Clemens

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Gibraltar Darts Trophy 2021 Day One preview and order of play | Qualifiers collide in Round One

The 2021 Gibraltar Darts Trophy gets under way on Friday as the 32 qualifiers go head-to-head in Round One.

A field of 48 players will battle it out for £140,000 in prize money from September 24-26, with the event to be held at the Europa Sports Park for the first time.

The top 16 players from the ProTour Order of Merit (as of June 28) are seeded and enter at the Second Round stage on Saturday, leaving the 32 qualifiers to battle it out for the right to join them.

Scotland’s John Henderson returns to action for the first time since his World Cup triumph alongside Peter Wright a fortnight ago when he takes on Croatia’s Boris Krcmar in Friday’s afternoon session.

Former World Champion Rob Cross is the highest ranked player in action in the afternoon session as he looks to avert an upset at the hands of Hungary’s Patrik Kovacs and set up a Second Round clash with Michael van Gerwen.

Irish sensation Keane Barry opens up against Sweden’s Andreas Harrysson, while rapid Dutchman Martijn Kleermaker faces former ProTour event winner Joe Murnan.

Former BDO World Masters champion Adam Smith-Neale takes on Justin Broton – one of four players to have progressed through Thursday’s Host Nation qualifier.

Two in-form young guns collide as Adam Hunt meets Geert Nentjes, while Scotland’s Ryan Murray starts out against 13-time Development Tour event winner Ted Evetts.

Mervyn King, European Tour event winner in 2014, kicks off his latest campaign against Gibraltar’s Craig Galliano – a player making his Euro Tour debut.

The evening session plays host to a show-down between UK Open finalist Luke Humphries and German number one Gabriel Clemens for the right to face Devon Petersen in Round Two.

World Champion Gerwyn Price lies in waiting for the winner of the tie between World Championship semi-finalist Stephen Bunting and emerging German star Florian Hempel.

Dyson Parody, Gibraltar’s most successful darter, aims to replicate the form which led him to the Quarter-Finals here in 2016 when he takes on Belgian youngster Kenny Neyens for the right to face Jose De Sousa on Saturday.

Former European Champion Simon Whitlock aims to navigate his way through a tough opener against former European Championship finalist Wayne Jones.

Martin Schindler is in need of a strong run this weekend if he is to gatecrash the upcoming World Grand Prix, but the German faces a formidable opener against two-time Players Championship event winner Ryan Searle.

Kim Huybrechts will be keen to atone for his recent early exit in the World Cup by overcoming Russian number one Boris Koltsov.

Former World Champion Steve Beaton starts out with a tricky tie against Ritchie Edhouse – a three-time ProTour event quarter-finalist this season.

World Matchplay quarter-finalist Callan Rydz faces fellow youngster Justin Hewitt – who represented Gibraltar in the recent World Cup of Darts.

The action gets under way from 12pm BST, with First Round matches to be contested over the best of 11 legs.

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Gibraltar Darts Trophy 2021 Day One Schedule of Play

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Friday September 24

First Round

Afternoon Session (12pm-4pm)
Andreas Harrysson v Keane Barry
Martijn Kleermaker v Joe Murnan
Adam Hunt v Geert Nentjes
Justin Broton v Adam Smith-Neale
Ryan Murray v Ted Evetts
Patrik Kovacs v Rob Cross
John Henderson v Boris Krcmar
Mervyn King v Craig Galliano

Evening Session (6pm-10pm)
Stephen Bunting v Florian Hempel
Dyson Parody v Kenny Neyens
Ryan Searle v Martin Schindler
Wayne Jones v Simon Whitlock
Boris Koltsov v Kim Huybrechts
Callan Rydz v Justin Hewitt
Ritchie Edhouse v Steve Beaton
Luke Humphries v Gabriel Clemens

Gibraltar Darts Trophy Betting Tips and Accumulator Predictions

The Gibraltar Darts Trophy signals the climax of the 2021 PDC European Tour, and we’ve picked out our best betting tips for each day.

A field of 48 players will battle it out over three days for £140,000 in prize money at the Europa Sports Park.

The top 16 players from the ProTour Order of Merit (as of June 28) are seeded and enter at the Second Round stage, while 32 qualifiers battle it out for the right to join them.

There are 24 Tour Card Holder qualifiers, two Associate Member qualifiers, four Host Nation qualifiers, one East European qualifier and a Nordic & Baltic qualifier.

The Gibraltar Darts Trophy makes up part two of this year’s condensed European Tour, with the top 32 players on the European Order of Merit following the event securing places in October’s European Championship.

Joe Cullen heads to The Rock as the number one seed, ahead of Grand Slam champion Jose De Sousa, World Matchplay champion Peter Wright and last week’s Nordic Masters winner Michael van Gerwen.

Reigning World Champion Gerwyn Price, Premier League champion Jonny Clayton, UK Open champion James Wade and multiple major finalist Michael Smith are among the other seeded stars in action.

The 2021 Gibraltar Darts Trophy runs from September 24-26 and we’ve picked out our top betting tips for each night’s action.

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Gibraltar Darts Trophy 2021 live stream | How to watch live online

The 2021 PDC European Tour culminates with the Gibraltar Darts Trophy, and a live stream is available for all matches.

A field of 48 players will battle it out for £140,000 in prize money at the Europa Sports Park from September 24-26.

The top 16 players from the ProTour Order of Merit (as of June 28) are seeded and enter at the Second Round stage, while 32 qualifiers battle it out for the right to join them.

There are 24 Tour Card Holder qualifiers, two Associate Member qualifiers, four Host Nation qualifiers, one East European qualifier and a Nordic & Baltic qualifier.

The Gibraltar Darts Trophy makes up part two of this year’s condensed European Tour, with the top 32 players on the European Order of Merit following this event securing places in October’s European Championship.

Joe Cullen heads to The Rock as the number one seed, ahead of Grand Slam champion Jose De Sousa, World Matchplay champion Peter Wright and last week’s Nordic Masters winner Michael van Gerwen.

Reigning World Champion Gerwyn Price, Premier League champion Jonny Clayton, UK Open champion James Wade and multiple major finalist Michael Smith are among the other seeded stars in action.

Qualifiers include Simon Whitlock, Rob Cross, Stephen Bunting, John Henderson, Luke Humphries and Mervyn King.

All matches will be available to watch exclusively live on laptop, mobile and tablet devices in the UK and various other regions worldwide.

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