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Target’s Dave Chisnall suffered a narrow defeat to Lakeside World Champion Glen Durrant at the Grand Slam Of Darts, as the former finalist exited in the round of 16.

“Chizzy” hit five 180s and averaged in excess of 96, but was beaten 10-8, meaning Durrant goes through to the quarter-finals a Wolverhampton Civic Hall.

Target’s Stephen Bunting also suffered disappointment in the knockout rounds, having topped his group, going down to world number two Peter Wright.

“The Bullet” also hit five maximums, but misfired on his doubles, as the UK Open Champion booked his place in the last eight with a 10-4 victory.

Thursday night sees the quarter-final draw completed with six-time winner Phil “The Power” Taylor taking on Darren Webster, and an all-Target clash between Rob Cross and Raymond van Barneveld.

The action will be screened live on Sky Sports and worldwide via the PDC’s broadcast partners.

Exclusive Interview With Target’s Rob Cross

The Rob Cross fairy tale has been unlike no other. A player who has made history with the most incredible debut year, has now shown the world what he is made of with poise, determination and a humbled elegance.  Target spoke with the ‘Voltage’ at the...

Walking In A Taylor Wonderland

He has been called The Crafty Potter, The Governor, The Godfather and The Power. He has been described as a winning machine, a competitive animal and a genius. He is Philip Douglas Taylor. It all kicked off in 1986 when Eric Bristow the 5 Time World...

Premier League Podcast – The Final

Target's World Champion Rob Cross's debut Premier League season ended in a run to the semi-finals. "Voltage" had produced some stunning displays in his first attempt at the tournament, but he could not overcome world number one Michael van Gerwen at the O2...

Premier League Podcast – Aberdeen

Target's Premier League pair Rob Cross and Raymond van Barneveld both finished off the league stage of the competition with draws in Aberdeen. Former winner "Barney" hit three ton-plus checkouts and averaged more than 97 in his 6-6 result with...