Welsh duo to lead off

By Editorial Staff 21/12/2021

The post-Christmas schedule of play for the William Hill World Darts Championship third round has been confirmed.

The remaining 32 players will continue their battle for the Sid Waddell Trophy when the tournament resumes on Monday December 27, with the third round spread across three packed days of action.

The first day back after the three-day Christmas break will see reigning champion Gerwyn Price continue his title defence, with 2021's most successful player Jonny Clayton also in action.

Three-time winner Michael van Gerwen and world number two Peter Wright will be the star attractions on Tuesday December 28.

The remaining four third-round ties will take place on Wednesday December 29, the last of which will see Gary Anderson play Ian White before the fourth round begins with two matches.

The tournament is being broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK, through the PDC's worldwide broadcast partners including DAZN and RTL7, and on PDCTV (excluding UK and Netherlands-based subscribers).
William Hill World Darts Championship
Schedule of Play​​​​​​
Monday December 27
Afternoon Session (1230 GMT)
3x Third Round
Ross Smith v Dirk Van Duijvenbode/Boris Koltsov
Michael Smith/Ron Meulenkamp v Glen Durrant/William O'Connor
Dimitri Van den Bergh/Florian Hempel v Devon Petersen/Raymond Smith
 
Evening Session (1900 GMT)
3x Third Round
James Wade v Vincent Van der Voort/Adam Hunt
Gerwyn Price v Kim Huybrechts/Steve Beaton
Jonny Clayton v Gabriel Clemens/Lewy Williams
 
Tuesday December 28
Afternoon Session (1230 GMT)
3x Third Round
Steve Lennon v Mervyn King
Ryan Searle/Willie Borland v Danny Noppert/Jason Heaver
Joe Cullen/Jim Williams v Simon Whitlock/Martijn Kleermaker
 
Evening Session (1900 GMT)
3x Third Round
Rob Cross/Raymond Van Barneveld v Daryl Gurney
Peter Wright v Damon Heta/Luke Woodhouse
Michael van Gerwen v Chris Dobey/Rusty Jake Rodriguez
 
Wednesday December 29
Afternoon Session (1230 GMT)
3x Third Round
Jose De Sousa/Jason Lowe v Mensur Suljovic/Alan Soutar
Dave Chisnall v Luke Humphries/Rowby-John Rodriguez
Nathan Aspinall/Joe Murnan v Brendan Dolan/Callan Rydz
 
Evening Session (1900 GMT)
1x Third Round, 2x Fourth Round
Gary Anderson v Ian White​
Thursday December 30
Afternoon Session (1230 GMT)
3x Fourth Round
Evening Session (1900 GMT)
3x Fourth Round
Saturday January 1
Afternoon Session (1230 GMT)
2x Quarter-Finals
Evening Session (1930 GMT)
2x Quarter-Finals
Sunday January 2 (1930 GMT)
2x Semi-Finals
Monday January 3 (2000 GMT)
Final

Schedule subject to change
Format
First Round - Best of five sets
Second Round - Best of five sets
Third Round - Best of seven sets
Fourth Round - Best of seven sets
Quarter-Finals - Best of nine sets
Semi-Finals - Best of 11 sets
Final - Best of 13 sets
Tie-Breaks
From the Second Round onwards, there will be a tie-break rule employed in all matches; where a deciding set must be won by two clear legs. If the score in the final set reaches 5-5 then a sudden-death leg will be played.
There would be no throw for the bull in any sudden-death legs.
Prize Fund
Winner - £500,000
Runner-Up - £200,000
Semi-Finalists - £100,000
Quarter-Finalists - £50,000
Fourth Round - £35,000
Third Round - £25,000
Second Round - £15,000
First Round - £7,500

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