It is time for another thrilling few days in the 2012 Championship League Darts as the Group four, five and six fixtures take place on the 16th, 17th and 18th October respectively, as darts fans can view the latest odds and watch all true action through Bet365 and their darts live stream service.
This is a rather unique tournament of course. Although it has a similar format to that of Premier League Darts, it has more players involved. Basically, if you are a lower ranked darts professional, this is the tournament for you.
The players are divided up into a certain number of groups with all fixtures taking place on the same day. The winner then progresses to the winner’s group, while the beaten semi-finalists and those finishing 5th and 6th move to the next group, along with three players next in line according to the order of merit.
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Basically, the format allows players a second chance to make it to the winner’s group and then a shot at the title. It really does throw up some fascinating situations.
So, ahead of the Group 4 fixtures on Tuesday 16th September, how is the 2012 event shaping up?
Well, Wes Newton, Justin Pipe and Ronnie Baxter are the players to have made it through to the winner’s group so far.
Looking to join them on Tuesday is one of Phil Taylor, Simon Whitlock, Terry Jenkins, Dave Chisnall, Mark Walsh, Paul Nicholson, Vincent van der Voort and Mervyn King. These are the players that make up Group 4 for the 2012 Championship League Darts.
This throws up a whole host of entertaining matches and there is no doubt that last year’s Champion Phil Taylor will be the front runner to make it through. Things can be very unpredictable in this format though, so everyone will be fighting to progress to the winner’s group.
For those that only just miss out on top spot, Andy Smith, Colin Lloyd and Robert Thornton await in Group 5 for Wednesday’s matches. Then, it is Wayne Jones, Jamie Caven and John Part in Group 6 which will get underway on Thursday 18th.
Overall, a superb few days darts awaits with plenty of time for twist, turns and entertainment.