The Champions League of Darts returns this weekend, bringing together the finest eight players on the PDC tour.
Gary Anderson took the plaudits last year in Brighton after seeing off Peter Wright in the final and is back to defend his crown in Leicester over the coming days.
World No.1 Michael van Gerwen is yet to win the competition and will arrive determined to prove a point having not made the final since 2016.
Date, UK start time and venue
The Champions League of Darts takes place across Saturday 19 October and Sunday 20 October.
The Morningside Arena, Leicester, will host the venue.
Saturday's schedule (all times BST)
Afternoon session: 1:15pm to 4:30pm
Evening session: 6:30pm to 10:30pm
Sunday session (all times BST)
Afternoon session: 1pm to 4:30pm
Evening session: 6:30pm to 10pm
Saturday afternoon session
|Daryl Gurney v Peter Wright|
|Rob Cross v Gerwyn Price|
|Michael Smith v Gary Anderson|
|Michael van Gerwen v James Wade|
Results to be added as competition progresses
Live stream details and TV channel information
Coverage of the competition is available on free-to-air television with BBC broadcasting the whole show.
Saturday's opening session will be available on BBC One with BBC Two taking over for the rest of the weekend.
What players are involved?
- Michael van Gerwen
- Rob Cross
- Daryl Gurney
- Michael Smith
- Gary Anderson
- Peter Wright
- Gerwyn Price
- James Wade
Betting odds via Betfair | Subject to change (UK and Ireland only)
- Van Gerwin: EVS
- Anderson: 7/1
- Cross: 7/1
- Wright: 10/1
- Price: 10/1
- Gurney: 12/1
- Wade: 14/1
- Smith: 14/1
For ticket information head to the PDC website.
Champions League of Darts Prize money
Third in group stage: £15,000
Fourth in group stage: £10,000