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Ladbrokes World Darts Championship – QFs Live Updates – Saturday

| 29.12.2012

Good evening darts fans! Tonight, we find out who will be joining Phil Taylor and Raymond van Barneveld in the semi-finals of the Ladbrokes World Darts Championships.

We promise to give you comprehensive coverage of the evening’s entertainment, providing live odds, interesting tweets and any key developments in the two matches.

First, seven-time major winner James Wade takes on the two-time major finalist Wes Newton, with the latter hoping to make the semis for the very first time.

Following on from that is a mouth-watering tie between reigning and two-time World Champion Adrian Lewis and World Grand Prix champion Michael van Gerwen. That game should be quick-fire.

To make sure you’re able to see the start of both games, here’s tonight’s schedule of play:

7.15pm James Wade v Wes Newton

9.15pm Adrian Lewis v Michael van Gerwen

Both games are the best of nine sets, so first to five wins the match.

If you want to learn a little more about what tonight’s games have in store, you might want to visit our blog to read what some of the biggest names in darts have to say, including some of tonight’s star turns.

All four players like to throw quickly, and have all reached at least one televised tournament final in the past 12 months, so you know it’ll be good!

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 then, let’s get on with the action…

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

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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.