Draw: Play through the Darts World Cup 2024 – the complete tournament tree

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The complete tournament tree of the Darts World Cup 2024 at a glance

As of: 3:51 p.m. | Reading time: 3 minutes

Cult caller Bray leaves the big stage

After the World Championships in January, darts is probably losing its most famous voice, Russ Bray. As “The Voice” announced on Thursday, the World Cup final will be his last. The 66-year-old will remain with the PDC in a different role.

The Darts World Cup starts in three weeks. Gabriel Clemens had a difficult task, Ricardo Pietreczko and Martin Schindler could start the tournament against a woman. But then opportunities arise. Play through the World Cup in advance. With the complete tournament tree at a glance.

The Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) World Darts Championship begins on December 15th in London. Discussions and predictions about the chances of the 96 players began after the draw on November 27th at the latest. Michael van Gerwen and Luke Humphries are the big favorites, but they would meet in the semi-finals.

In the year following Gabriel Clemens’ sensational World Cup semi-final appearance, Germany has five irons in the fire for the first time, more than ever before. However, the German number one got perhaps the toughest possible draw. Gian van Veen is considered the strongest player alongside Ricardo Pietreczko among the ProTour qualifiers.

The 21-year-old super talent from the Netherlands, who narrowly lost to Luke Littler in the final of the Junior World Championships on November 26th, is likely to be Clemens’ opponent in round two. In the third round Dave Chisnall would wait for the Saarlander, the further route to the round of 16 leads via Nathan Aspinall and top favorite Humphries. Pietreczko will face a female player in the form of replacement Mikuru Suzuki, and Martin Schindler could also compete against a woman and thus also against the audience in his first match with Fallon Sherrock.

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On the way to the quarter-finals, Strausberg would have to get rid of Danny Noppert and Damon Heta. The possible third-round duels between world champions Peter Wright and Raymond van Barneveld as well as Gary Anderson and Dirk van Duijvenbode are also causing anticipation. A legendary duel with Simon Whitlock awaits Anderson.

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Tournament tree Darts World Cup 2024


1st quarter:

Michael Smith (ENG/1) – Kevin Doets (NED)/Stowe Buntz (USA)

Madars Razma (LAT/32) – Mike De Decker (BEL)/Dragutin Horvat (D)

Ross Smith (ENG/16) – Niels Zonneveld (NED)/Darren Webster (ENG)

Chris Dobey (ENG/17) – William O’Connor (IRL)/Bhav Patel (IND)

2nd quarter:

Rob Cross (ENG/8) – Mario Vandenbogaerde (BEL)/Thibault Tricole (FRA)

José de Sousa (POR/25) – Ritchie Edhouse (ENG)/Jeffrey de Graaf (SWE)

Jonny Clayton (WAL/9) – Steve Lennon (IRL)/Owen Bates (ENG)

Krzysztof Ratajski (POL/24) – Jamie Hughes (ENG)/David Cameron (CAN)

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3rd quarter:

Peter Wright (SCO/4) – Jim Williams (WAL)/Norman Madhoo (GUY)

Raymond van Barneveld (NED/29) – Radek Szaganski (POL)/Marko Kantele (FIN)

James Wade (ENG/13) – Matt Campbell (CAN)/Lourence Ilagan (PHI)

Andrew Gilding (ENG/20) – Christian Kist (NED)/Luke Littler (ENG)

4th quarter:

Gerwyn Price (WAL/5) – Connor Scutt (ENG)/Krzysztof Kciuk (POL)

Brendan Dolan (NIR/28) – Mickey Mansell (NIR)/Xiaochen Zong (CHI)

Dirk van Duijvenbode (NED/12) – Keegan Brown (ENG)/Boris Krcmar (CRO)

Gary Anderson (SCO/21) – Simon Whitlock (AUS)/Paolo Nebrida (PHI)

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1st quarter:

Michael van Gerwen (NED/2) – Keane Barry (IRL)/Reynaldo Rivera (PHI)

Kim Huybrechts (BEL/31) – Richard Veenstra (NED)/Ben Robb (NZL)

Dimitri Van den Bergh (BEL/15) – Dylan Slevin (IRL)/Florian Hempel (D)

Stephen Bunting (ENG/18) – Ryan Joyce (ENG)/Alex Spellman (USA)

2nd quarter:

Danny Noppert (NED/7) – Scott Williams (ENG)/Haruki Muramatsu (JPN)

Martin Schindler (D/26) – Jermaine Wattimena (NED)/Fallon Sherrock (ENG)

Damon Heta (AUS/10) – Martin Lukeman (ENG)/Haupai Puha (NZL)

Josh Rock (NIR/23) – Luke Woodhouse (ENG)/Berry van Peer (NED)

3rd quarter:

Luke Humphries (ENG/3) – Lee Evans (ENG)/Sandro Eric Sosing (PHI)

Callan Rydz (ENG/30) – Ricardo Pietreczko (D)/Mikuru Suzuki (JPN)

Joe Cullen (ENG/14) – Jules van Dongen (USA)/Darren Penhall (AUS)

Ryan Searle (ENG/19) – Ian White (ENG)/Tomoya Goto (JPN)

4th quarter:

Nathan Aspinall (ENG/6) – Ricky Evans (ENG)/Simon Adams (RSA)

Daryl Gurney (NIR/27) – Steve Beaton (ENG)/Wessel Nijman (NED)

Dave Chisnall (ENG/11) – Cameron Menzies (SCO)/Rusty-Jake Rodriguez (AUT)

Gabriel Clemens (D/22) – Gian van Veen (NED)/Man Lok Leung (HKG)


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