World Darts Championship LIVE: Semi-final standings following Luke Littler’s victory over Rob Cross, which sets up Luke Humphries for the final

Is Luke Littler, 16, capable of making it to the World Darts Championship final in his first game?

Luke Littler, a teenage superstar, sailed into the final and is now just one victory away from realizing his incredible ambition of winning the World Darts Championship.


The 16-year-old is the youngest player to ever make it to the final of the top darts competition and has lit up Alexandra Palace over the past two weeks.


In order to go to the last four, the 16-year-old Littler easily overcame previous world champion Rob Cross. This earned him a spot in Wednesday’s championship match. Cross, who took first place in the competition in 2018, secured his spot in the semifinals on Monday with an incredible performance. He overcame a 4-0 deficit to upset the highly skilled Chris Dobey 5-4. But after losing 6-2, he had little hope of winning this time.


Luke Humphries, the pre-tournament favorite, defeated Scott Williams in the other semi-final and will face Littler in the championship match. Humphries advanced to this point with a convincing victory over Dave Chisnall, while Williams pulled off one of the tournament’s biggest upsets when he defeated three-time world champion Michael van Gerwen in the quarterfinals. However, Williams was unable to duplicate the victory, falling short 6-0 in the semifinals.


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