Darts – That Darts World Cup – brings the day into play

London (AP) – Corona Anarchy in Great Britain. And in the midst of all this, the darts are played again.

On the first day of Christmas (1pm and 7pm / Sport1 and DAZN), eight more games are on schedule. After the German duel on Monday, a famous former champion competes this time – and a Dutchman who wants to make the eggplant more and more famous.

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This is the second round duality. Former world champion Rob Cross from England will meet Dutch shooting star Dirk van Duijenbod (9pm). When it comes to successes and rankings, the “Voltage” cross is the favorite. But van Duijenbod, who works on an Anbargin farm and has recently brought aubergine on stage, is in top form and considered a highly dangerous outsider.

What is former champion leveling?

Two-time world champion Adrian Lewis has been playing below his prospects for a long time. On Tuesday (4 pm) he must at least defeat America’s Daddy Baggisch to reach the third round.

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Paul Lim is 66 years old – and would like to play some more matches. In a duel with debutant Belgian debutant Dimitri van den Berg (11pm), the “Singapore Slinger” is a dashing outsider. He was like that in a round against Luke Humphries. Both van den Berg and Humphries can be Lim’s grandchildren by age.

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