Stoke-on-Trent's Phil Taylor takes on Michael van Gerwen in the opening night of the PDC Premier League Darts competition tonight.
'The Power' will be looking for revenge over 'Mighty Mike', who beat him in the final of last year's competition, and also took his World Championships crown on New Years Day.
Adrian Lewis, the second Stoke thrower in the competition, faces Australian, Simon Whitlock, in his first match.
Adrian Lewis is now the second favourite to win the PDC World Darts Championship, following last night's exit of favourite, Phil Taylor.
Two-time winner Lewis is, like Taylor, from Stoke-on-Trent, and now stands at 15/8 to take the title, just behind Dutchman, Michael van Gerwen.
Another two Stoke throwers will now also feel they can benefit from the Power's 4-3 defeat to Michael Smith. 2012 runner-up Andy Hamilton is now at 33/1 for the tournament, but Ian White remains an outsider at 100/1.
Sixteen-time World Darts Champion Phil Taylor has been knocked out of the PDC World Darts Championship in a second-round shock defeat at Alexandra Palace.
Taylor, from Stoke-on-Trent, was beaten 4-3 by world youth champion Michael Smith. Phil 'The Power' Taylor was well below his best, making many errors throughout the match.
Stoke-on-Trent's Phil Taylor will face Robert Thornton in tonight's PDC Grand Slam of Darts final at Wolverhampton Civic Hall.
'The Power' came through an epic semi-final with fellow Stoke player, Adrian Lewis, winning 16-9 this afternoon.
The 16-time world champion will be hoping to add a fifth Grand Slam of Darts victory to his collection against Scot, Robert Thornton, who beat Scott Waites 16-9.
Sixteen-time darts world champion, Phil Taylor, claimed another World Grand Prix title last night in Dublin.
'The Power', from Stoke-on-Trent, won his 11th World Grand Prix title with a 6-0 demolition of Dave Chisnall, losing only two legs in the process.
Stoke-on-Trent's more recognisable sportsman, Phil Taylor, has today joined fans at a bookmakers in Birmingham for a game of darts.
The 16-time world champion is taking part in the Premier League at the NIA in Birmingham tomorrow.
One of Stoke's finest, Phil 'The Power' Taylor, will be in Birmingham today to meet fans ahead of the Premier League Darts competition.
The 16-time world champion will challenge fans to a few rounds at the Coral bookmakers on Bull Street, between 12:30pm and 2:30pm.
Stoke legend Phil Taylor was named the Player of the Year at the PDC Annual Awards Dinner last night.
'The Power', which Phil Taylor is also known as, claimed his 16th World Darts Championship on New Year's Day following a hugely successful 12 months.
The World Champion, said: "It's a wonderful honour to receive this award. With the brilliant performances of so many players in the last year, it means a huge amount to me to be named as the Player of the Year."