/box/ - Official Kovalev v Ward Aftermath
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Stephen A. Smith Edition
Thoughts on the outcome of tonight's PPV?
11/26 Lomachenko v Walters, BJS v Akavov
12/10 Crawford v Molina, Parker v Ruiz Jr, Joshua v Molina, Whyte v Chisora
12/17 BHop v Smith retirement fight, Povetkin v Stiverne
12/30 Inoue v Kono
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Pakistan 133 & 171 v New Zealand 200 & 108/2 (31.3 ov, target 105) New Zealand won by 8 wickets
India 455 & 204 v England 255 & 18/0 (13.3 ov, target 405)
Zimbabwe v West Indies at Bulawayo - Nov 19, 2016
Victoria 510/6d & 105/2d v NSW 225 & 192 (81.5 ov, target 391) Victoria won by 198 runs
Queensland 475/7d & 228/7d v South Aust 258 & 317 (121 ov, target 446) Queensland won by 128 runs
West Aust 262 & 345 v Tasmania 402 & 150/1 (35.2 ov, target 206)
/180/: SINGHA BEER GRAND SLAM OF DARTS DAY 9
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The last 3 matches of the Grand Slam of Darts take place today from Wolverhampton and after a pretty poor group stage, the tournament finally got going and we are now at the best of 31 legs (first to 16) finals day.
Our opening fixture sees the 12th meeting this year of world number 1 Michael van Gerwen and the always colourful Peter Wright. While the Autism Express didn't even have to shift out of neutral to defeat boring Brendan Dolan, the East Anglian clown produced arguably the performance of his career to remove Phil Taylor in a 16-10 epic on Friday night. The stats do not make for pretty reading for the imminent World Number 3 as he has not beaten MVG in any tournament since the Japan Darts Masters in June 2015, but with another professional and composed performance this afternoon, he may finally get a major win over the Dutchman.
The other semifinal today sees the first all-glasses battle between current World Champion Gary Anderson and 2010 Grand Slam runner-up James Wade. In last night's session, Gando was involved in one of the finest GSoD matches seen yesterday with his 16-13 victory over Raymond van Barneveld, including a 47-darts-in-4-legs burst to win it, while it was classic Wade in his thrashing of young Chris Dobey. The last two ranking TV meetings saw pathetic implosions as the Machine malfunctioned at the Worlds to average under 90 in the QF while the Flying Scotsman went off the rails at the European Championship, losing 6-0 and not even averaging 80! Based on yesterday, the bipolar one will have to improve the scoring if he's going to get through to tonight.
Coverage starts at 1:00pm UK time on SS2 with the final from 7:00pm on SS1.
>Afternoon Session (1;00pm)
MvGOAuTism v Snakeshite
Gary "Big Game Counter" Anderson v James "The Meds Are Back In Town" Wade
>Evening Session (7:00pm)
Singha Beer Grand Slam of Darts Final
>Day eight roundup