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Ladbrokes World Darts Championship – QFs live updates

| 28.12.2012

The quarter finals get under way tonight at the Ladbrokes World Darts Championship – and we’ll be bringing you comprehensive coverage of tonight’s games as the identity of two semi-finalists will be known.

Up first is 2007 world champion Raymond van Barneveld, who beat Gary Anderson 4-0 in round three, and Simon Whitlock, winner of a 4-3 nail-biter with Dave Chisnall.

Then it’s a battle between two natives of Stoke-on-Trent as Phil Taylor, the winner of 15 world titles, takes on last year’s runner-up Andy Hamilton.

Over the next few hours, we promise to let you know about any big shots, any fun costumes in the crowd and get some opinion from the press room at Ally Pally.

There will also be live odds from both games as they progress. With each set, they’re bound to change so if you’re betting in play, you’ll be able to make a decision on the spot.

Meanwhile, on our blog, we’ve got views from the likes of fellow quarter-finalists James Wade and Wes Newton as well as commentator John Gwynne on the tournament and what lies in store over the next few days.

Here’s the schedule of play for tonight:

7.15pm: Raymond van Barneveld v Simon Whitlock

9.15pm: Phil Taylor v Andy Hamilton

This session is sure to provide plenty of thrills and spills, especially with so much quality on the stage.

Get involved – There are plenty of talking points surrounding the Ladbrokes World Darts Championship. Who do you fancy to win it? And what’s been your highlight so far? Tweet us using the hashtag #LadbrokesDarts and tell us your views via Facebook below.

Right, on with the action…

Please Note: All Odds and Markets are correct at the time of publishing





Sumit Lakhina

After graduating from Middlesex University, Sumit has gone on to write for several large websites. A particularly keen Cricket and Tennis fan, Sumit has an in-depth encyclopedic knowledge of Cricket and its array of statistics and records.