Michael van Gerwen will confront Dave Chisnall in the final of the World Grand Prixand following both players procured dominant successes on Friday night in Dublin.
The reigning champion was too strong as the Englishman was chose at by him apart in some style, and it seemed like he had the other equipment in book.
Earlier in the day, Chisnall stopped the debut conduct of Glen Durrant, as Chizzy qualified for his first major final.
The world No 1 remains on course to defend the Grand Prix title for the very first period, and claim that his crown that is fifth complete from the process.
Mighty Mike stormed with minimal fuss, until a response was mustered by Dobey. Since he seemed to par affairs, the 2019 Premier League competition established a lead in the second group.
However, MvG was not going to give him a sniff. The Dutchman reeled his opponent right in, and struck his soul by carrying the group 3-2, at the final leg thanks to a 156 checkout.
From there, it was a mere gimmick. MvG was operating at a greater level, and always seemed in control, breaking throw at the third set decider.
The final set was a romp, since the Dutchman sealed his final berth in style, finishing with a mean of 91.41.
With this kind, it is hard to make a case for any scenario that doesnt culminate on Saturday in another name for MvG night.
Dave Chisnall is into his PDC closing, after a dominant 4-1 win over Glen Durrant at Citywest.
The 2013 Grand Prix runner-up was full value for his victory, pulling away the former BDO kingpin came roaring back into contention.
It had been Chizzy who burst into an early lead, hitting on a 90 moderate to choose the group. After Duzza overlooked two darts for a fracture of throw at the leg of their match, Chisnall pushed into the very first set, and then subsequently pounced.
Durrant badly had to settle, and exactly like he did against Krzysztof Ratajski and Jermaine Wattimena this week, he shook off cobwebs to storm back into the competition. Before sealing the next in style holding throw at the first leg of their second group, he broke Chizzy using a 154 checkout.
The three-time Lakeside champ continued his hot-streak, using a break for a 1-0 lead. As Duzza surged Chizzy needed something to break the momentum of his opponent – along with a 170 end did the trick.
In truth, the fish was the significant turning point from the game. The prior Premier League star propelled himself back and took the third at a leg.
From there, he didnt return. Chizzy was aided by A 140 checkout into the fourth group. Despite a fightback in the fifth from Duzza, it was not enough.
As a familiar foe lies within his way chisnall is currently just one step away from his PDC important name. The Englishman toppled at the forefront of the Masters and Players Championship Finals at 2016 – Chizzy will hope its a case of third time lucky.
Coverage of the World Grand Prix finishes with the final live on Sky Sports Main and Sky Sports Action Event in 8pm Saturday.
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