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PDC Dutch Masters 2015 – Live Stream and Dutch Masters Darts Sunday Preview



Play at the PDC Dutch Masters 2015 continues today.

Sunday’s darts is scheduled to start at 12:00 BST.

In selected countries, you can watch, as well as bet, on live darts with 365.


Michael van Gerwen rewarded an incredible reception from his home crowd at the Dutch Darts Masters with a commanding 6-2 win over Mensur Suljovic in the second round of the PDC European Tour event at the Evenementenhal in Venray on Saturday.

The world number one began his bid to win an amazing fourth successive European Tour event this year with the performance of the second round in the £115,000 tournament, averaging 103.09.

He also landed four maximums against the Austrian qualifier, and sealed victory with an 11-dart finish to progress to a third round clash on Sunday afternoon with Dave Chisnall.

In-form Chisnall booked his spot in the last 16 as he held his nerve to win a final-leg decider against another Dutchman, Jelle Klaasen.

In a see-saw game, the opening three legs went with throw before four breaks in a row left Klaasen 4-3 up only for Chisnall to level before landing a 12-darter to move 5-4 up.

To the delight of a 4,500 crowd, Klaasen levelled, but Chisnall silenced the home support in the deciding leg to claim the win.

Terry Jenkins opened his Dutch Darts Masters account with a 6-3 win over Dutchman Jerry Hendriks, who broke in the game’s opening leg but never recovered from seeing his rival take the next four for a 4-1 lead.

Hendriks took two of the next three to keep his hopes alive, but Jenkins was too strong as he progressed for a meeting with Brendan Dolan, who dropped only one leg as he knocked out another of the home hopes, Christian Kist.

Mervyn King, last year’s runner-up to van Gerwen in the Dutch Darts Masters, marched into the third round with a 97.4 average in his 6-1 victory over Ricky Evans, taking the opening five legs without reply in a commanding display.

King now takes on Simon Whitlock on Sunday afternoon after the Australian brushed aside Germany’s Max Hopp 6-3 in Saturday’s evening session.


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After sharing the opening two legs, Whitlock won the next three without reply, including a 12-darter, before fending off Hopp’s fightback to secure progression to the last 16.

An afternoon session littered with shocks saw both Holland’s Vincent van der Voort and Betway Premier League star Stephen Bunting both being eliminated.

Vincent van der Voort (Photo by Ben Hoskins/Getty Images)

Van der Voort, who had the backing of a passionate home crowd, was sent crashing out in a last leg decider against the youngster Nathan Aspinall, whilst Stephen Bunting was beaten by another young gun, Josh Payne 6-4.

Aspinall, a debutant on the European Tour in this event, made a fine start as he took a 3-1 lead before van der Voort hit back to level before the pair traded legs to see the game go all the way.

Van der Voort had the advantage of throw, but a 14-dart finish from Aspinall sealed his victory and a third round tie with Justin Pipe, who also enjoyed a 6-5 second round win, against Austrian youngster Rowby-John Rodriguez.

Payne, meanwhile, capitalised on some poor finishing from Bunting to book his place in the third round, with the Kent youngster taking out 40 percent of his chances at a finish to set up a tie with Michael Smith.

Smith, a European Tour winner in Germany last year, booked his place in the third round with a 6-1 win over Greek ace John Michael, averaging an impressive 96.86 in the process.

Australia’s Kyle Anderson knocked out world number five Peter Wright 6-2 to win through to the third round – continuing his push for qualification for next month’s BetVictor World Matchplay – and he now plays Steve Beaton, who edged past Gary Stone 6-5.

Ian White knocked out Dutch youngster Jeffrey de Zwaan 6-4, while Kim Huybrechts enjoyed a 6-5 win over Ireland’s William O’Connor and Jamie Caven produced the day’s only whitewash as he swept past John Henderson.

The £115,000 tournament concludes today, with the afternoon session’s third round followed by the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final in the decisive evening session.


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Harry James' love for sports began in his high school basketball days. Sadly, an injury meant he couldn't further his NBA dreams, but the hooper's loss is our gain as he then found journalism.

Harry James' love for sports began in his high school basketball days. Sadly, an injury meant he couldn't further his NBA dreams, but the hooper's loss is our gain as he then found journalism.

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