Cross and Smith meet in the finals of the World Matchplay

Rob Cross and Michael Smith on Saturday in the final of the World Matchplay in Blackpool’s north shore, is reached. The Cross he defeated Daryl Gurney following a bizarre come-back with a 17-15, Smith was a bit too big for Glen Durrant: 17-10.

In the game between the Cross-and the Company went on to 4-4 are equal, then the Company and the matters in the hands of the app. The third of the plaatsingslijst walked through 4-9 to 9-15.

The Northern Irishman was in it, and then all will be lost. Number two in the world, the Cross began, which is supported by the public in the Winter Gardens – it is easier to roll the dice and put the party on its head. At 16-15, he put on his fourth matchdart to.

Later that night, Smith was clearly too much for Durrant, that is, in the second round is Michael van Gerwen had knocked down. Smith immediately took the initiative and had an average of 100,77 to be the only semi-finalist who, in the limit of 100 is passing.

The World Matchplay is following the world cup, the most important darts tournament of the year. In addition to Van Gerwen was also the Dutch Jermaine Wattimena, Jeffrey de Zwaan, van der Voort, Danny Noppert, soon sent home.

The tournament of Champions will be a different winner compared to last year, as defending champion Gary Anderson ended just as Van Gerwen in the second round.

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