The 2020 bwin World Series of Darts Finals will be the sixth staging of the World Series of Darts Finals Live tournament, organised by the Professional Darts Corporation. The tournament is set to take place at the Salzburgarena, Salzburg, Austria, from 18–20 September 2020. It will feature a field of 24 players. Watch Live
The live darting action continues this weekend with the World Series of Darts Finals taking place at the Salzburgarena in Austria and it will be the return of darts to with the last event being the UK Open.
Usually the channel shows highlights of the World Series but due to it not taking place this year due to Coronavirus, there has been a big gap but there will be some World Series darts in the form of the Finals this weekend.
For a start, it hasn’t been anywhere. You may have read about COVID-19 in the news; it’s deprived the USA, Australia, New Zealand and Denmark of planned events. Now the World Series of Darts Finals kicks off in Salzburg, but without fans. The World Matchplay and Premier League turned out to be fun, so this can as well.
The PDC Pro Tour will hopefully be back to normal in 2021. But Harry Ward won’t be a part of it. The 23-year-old, after some soul-searching, decided his future lies away from the oche. Slightly before that, he managed to qualify for the World Series of Darts Finals. His debut, therefore, is likely to be his swansong as well.
Ward plays Darius Labanauskas, who might have to change his nickname to Unlucky D – the Lithuanian found during the Autumn Series that opponents were raising their game particularly high (credit to Jetze Jan Idsardi for the stats to back that up). He’ll need to use the remaining ranking events to scrap his way back into the World Championship spots, but for now his aim is meeting Nathan Aspinall in round two.
The calendar for Autumn in the PDC is jam-packed with big TV tournaments. This includes the Grand Slam of Darts, the Premier League playoffs and of course the World Championship in December. The first stop is the World Series of Darts Finals.
24 top dart players compete for the title at the Salzburg Arena. The eight seeded players will claim a bye and start in the second round. In addition, there is already a chance of such ties as Michael van Gerwen against Glen Durrant or Dimitri van den Bergh as well as Michael Smith against local favourite Mensur Suljovic.
The Fantasy World Series of Darts Finals 2020 starts on Friday 18 September 2020 at 20:15 hours CET.
You have a budget of 61 million euro to buy 7 darts players of which you think are going to win the most points in the Fantasy World Series of Darts Finals 2020. The game will cost £4.62 per team and will start with a guaranteed amount of £277.07 in prizes. The first prize will be £62.06 (10 GC prizes).
Values Players Fantasy World Series of Darts Finals:
1 Wright, Peter 20 mln.
2 Gerwen, Michael van 19,4 mln.
3 Aspinall, Nathan 14,8 mln.
4 Price, Gerwyn 14,1 mln.
5 Smith, Michael 12,5 mln.
6 Durrant, Glen 11,7 mln.
7 Cross, Rob 10 mln.
8 Wade, James 8,2 mln.
9 Gurney, Daryl 7,5 mln.
10 Chisnall, Dave 6,7 mln.
11 Whitlock, Simon 6,3 mln.
12 Ratajski, Krzysztof 5,6 mln.
13 Suljovic, Mensur 5,5 mln.
14 Smith, Jeff 5,1 mln.
15 Voort, Vincent van der 4,8 mln.
16 Beaton, Steve 4,6 mln.
17 White, Ian 4,5 mln.
18 Cullen, Joe 4,3 mln.
19 Bergh, Dimitri Van den 4,1 mln.
20 Labanauskas, Darius 4 mln.
21 Harris, Cody 3,9 mln.
22 Heta, Damon 3,7 mln.
23 Sherrock, Fallon 3,2 mln.
24 Ward, Harry 2,5 mln.
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