Luke Littler vs Luke Humphries Live Stream PDC World Darts Championship 2023-24 Final Game Online Live Streaming Links Full HD

Luke Littler moved two wins away from PDC World Championship glory after the 16-year-old sensation demolished Brendan Dolan 5-1 to book his semi-final spot.

Littler, whose exploits on his Ally Pally debut have garnered global attention, was a warm favourite to beat his experienced Northern Irish opponent and once again lived up to the billing.

Having dumped out the well-fancied duo of Gerwyn Price and Gary Anderson in consecutive matches, 50-year-old Dolan was searching for another scalp and took the opening two legs of set one.

But his young opponent burst into life in what is quickly becoming trademark fashion, reeling off three legs to nick the opening set — just as he had done in his previous three contests.

That seemed to rock Dolan, who was well below his usual consistent level and allowed the Nuke to effortlessly breeze into a 4-0 lead. 

And while the young gun wobbled in set five, he quickly regained composure to secure a resounding 5-1 success to send a booming London crowd into pandemonium.

tight contest on paper looked like being a walkover after the in-form Dobey, fresh off dumping out reigning champ Michael Smith 4-0 on Friday night, stormed into another 4-0 lead.

The North East ace was blowing his opponent away but after seeing a match dart come and go in set seven, begun to wobble as a rejuvenated Cross roared back at him.

Some ludicrous finishing saw Cross haul an epic contest back to 4-4 and eventually take the decider 4-2 in extra legs — pinning 70 in two darts to seal the unlikely success.

New world No4 Cross will be Littler’s sternest test to date by a distance, with the young starlet yet to face an opponent ranked inside the world’s top 16.

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tight contest on paper looked like being a walkover after the in-form Dobey, fresh off dumping out reigning champ Michael Smith 4-0 on Friday night, stormed into another 4-0 lead.

The North East ace was blowing his opponent away but after seeing a match dart come and go in set seven, begun to wobble as a rejuvenated Cross roared back at him.

Some ludicrous finishing saw Cross haul an epic contest back to 4-4 and eventually take the decider 4-2 in extra legs — pinning 70 in two darts to seal the unlikely success.

New world No4 Cross will be Littler’s sternest test to date by a distance, with the young starlet yet to face an opponent ranked inside the world’s top 16.

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