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Littler, Humphries and Van Gerwen headline Poland Darts Masters

World champion Luke Humphries, teenage sensation Luke Littler and reigning champion Michael van Gerwen will headline the 16-player field at the Poland Darts Masters.

The World Series of Darts will return to Poland in 2024 at PreZero Arena Gliwice on June 14-15, where eight of darts’ biggest names will take on eight east European darts talents.

Littler, who will face Humphries in the Premier League Darts on Thursday – live on Sky Sports Darts, will make his debut on Polish soil.

The 17-year-old reached the World Championship final at the start of this year before landing a nine-darter on his way to the Bahrain Darts Masters title on his World Series debut.

Littler will be joined in the £60,000 event by Humphries, who currently occupies top spot in the Premier League following a run of three consecutive nightly wins as well as the world number one spot on the PDC Order of Merit.

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Reigning Poland Darts Masters champion Van Gerwen produced a string of inspired performances to triumph in Warsaw last year, and the Dutch superstar will bid to continue his remarkable World Series record by going back-to-back in Poland.

Former World Champions Michael Smith, Gerwyn Price and Rob Cross will also feature in Gliwice, alongside 2024 World Matchplay champion Nathan Aspinall.

In addition, two-time World Champion Peter Wright will make his Poland Darts Masters debut after missing out on last year’s inaugural staging due to family commitments.

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Michael van Gerwen proves a point to Luke Littler by finishing off the youngster’s nine-darter by hitting a 144.

Poland’s number one Krzysztof Ratajski – a winner of ten PDC ranking titles – will head up the eight east Europe representatives, as he prepares to star on home soil.

Radek Szaganski – a winner on the Players Championship circuit in 2023 – will also make his return, while former UK Open quarter-finalist Sebastian Bialecki will make his World Series debut after winning through the first Polish Qualifier in March.

Czech Tour Card holders Adam Gawlas and Karel Sedlacek have earned a place in the field alongside Croatia’s Boris Krcmar, and the field will be completed with players from a Hungarian Qualifier and a second Polish Qualifier, which both take place in May.

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Luke Humphries claimed his third straight Premier League victory after beating Michael Smith in the final in Dublin.

Poland Darts Masters entry list

PDC Representatives

Luke Humphries (England)

  • Michael van Gerwen (Netherlands)
  • Michael Smith (England)
  • Nathan Aspinall (England)
  • Gerwyn Price (Wales)
  • Rob Cross (England)
  • Peter Wright (Scotland)
  • Luke Littler (England)

East Europe Representatives

  • Krzysztof Ratajski (Poland)
  • Radek Szaganski (Poland)
  • Adam Gawlas (Czech Republic)
  • Karel Sedlacek (Czech Republic)
  • Boris Krcmar (Croatia)
  • Sebastian Bialecki (Poland)
  • Polish Qualifier #2
  • Hungarian Qualifier #1

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