Michael van Gerwen and Dave Chisnall through to Grand Prix final

Michael van Gerwen will confront Dave Chisnall in the closing of the World Grand Prix and after dominant victories were secured by both players on Friday night.
The champion was too strong for Chris Dobey, since the Englishman was chose by him apart in some style, and it seemed like he had the other gear in book.
In the day, Chisnall stopped Glen Durrants advent run, as Chizzy qualified for his first major final.
The world remains on track to defend the Grand Prix title for the very first time, and claim his crown that is fifth in the procedure.
Mighty Mike stormed with minimal fuss to a 1-0 lead, until Dobey mustered a reply. Since he looked to level affairs, the 2019 Premier League contender created a 2-0 lead at the second set.
MvG wasnt going to offer him a tease. By taking the set 3-2, in the leg because of a 156 checkout the rampant Dutchman reeled his opponent right in, and broke his soul.
From that point, it turned out to be a mere gimmick. MvG always seemed in control, and was working at a greater level, breaking throw in the set decider.
The final group was a romp, as the Dutchman sealed his final berth in style, finishing with a mean of 91.41.
With this kind, its hard to make a case for any scenario that doesnt culminate on Saturday in another name for MvG night.
Following a dominant 4-1 win over Glen Durrant in Citywest dave Chisnall is now into his fifth PDC major final.
The 2013 Grand Prix runner-up was full value for his success, pulling away that the former BDO kingpin came roaring back to contention.
It was Chizzy who burst hitting at on a 90 moderate to take 3-0, the initial group. Following Duzza overlooked two darts to get a break of throw at the leg of this game, Chisnall pushed into the set, and then subsequently pounced.
Durrant had to repay, and like he did against Krzysztof Ratajski and Jermaine Wattimena this week, he shook off cobwebs to storm back in the contest. Before sealing the next holding throw at the first leg of their second group, Chizzy using a gorgeous 154 checkout then broke.
The three-time Lakeside champ continued his hot-streak. As Duzza jumped forward, Chizzy wanted something to break his opponents momentum – and a 170 end did just the trick.
In truth, the fish has been the turning point from the match. The Premier League star took the third at a leg, and propelled himself back into the lead.
From that point, he did not look back. Chizzy was helped by A 140 checkout into the fourth set. Even with a late fightback from the fifth from Duzza, it wasnt enough.
As a familiar foe lies within his manner chisnall is currently one step away from his initial PDC major name. MvG toppled the Englishman at 2016 in the forefront of the Masters and Trainers Championship Finals – Chizzy will probably be hoping its a case of third time lucky.
Coverage of this World Grand Prix finishes with the ultimate live on Sky Sports Main and Sky Sports Action Event from 8pm Saturday.

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