Gerwyn Price is through to the last eight of the PDC World Darts Championship.
Gerwyn Price overcame Mervyn King at the PDC World Darts Championship on Wednesday to seal his place in the quarter-finals (Gerwyn Price 7/2 – PDC World Championship Outright).
The makeup of the last-eight is now complete after Wednesday’s round of action at Alexandra Palace, with all of the quarter-finals set to take place on January 1.
Price kept alive his dream of winning a maiden World Darts Championship when securing an emphatic 4-1 victory over King.
The Welshman, who has won more titles than anyone else in 2020, also has his sights set on the world number one rankings.
His reward for beating King is a last-eight tie with Northern Ireland’s Daryl Gurney, who defeated Vincent van der Voort 4-2 on Wednesday (Gerwyn Price 2/5, Daryl Gurney 2/1 – PDC World Championship Match Betting).
Meanwhile, Gary Anderson made easy work of South African Devon Petersen, winning 4-0, and will take on Dirk van Duijvenbode.
The Titan was involved in a tense fourth round tie with Glen Durrant but prevailed 4-3 to earn a quarter-final spot for the first time in his career,
World number one and 4/5 tournament favourite Michael van Gerwen booked his place on Tuesday and has discovered he will face Dave Chisnall on January 1.
Chisnall, who has never gone beyond the quarter-finals at the showpiece event, won a thrilling match against Dimitri van den Bergh.
The quarter-final bracket is completed with a clash between Krzysztof Ratajski and Stephen Bunting after they defeated Gabriel Clemens and Ryan Searle respectively.