Suffolk Darts star Peter Wright will bid for a place in the Ladbrokes World Championship final tonight when he takes on Simon Whitlock.
The 43-year-old was considered as an outsider before the tournament, but impressive victories over the likes of Michael Smith and Wes Newton have seen him progress to the last four.
Wright will now have to overcome Australian Whitlock to reach Wednesday's final.
Michael van Gerwen and two-time champion Adrian Lewis will contest the other semi-final.
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