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World Champion Peter Wright is dumped out of the Grand Slam of Darts after struggling defeat to Nathan Aspinall whereas Josh Rock units up a knockout encounter with Michael van Gerwen watch each dart stay on Sky Sports activities each day by way of to the ultimate on Sunday, November 20

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All the most effective finishes from Evening 4 of the Grand Slam of Darts in Wolverhampton

All the most effective finishes from Evening 4 of the Grand Slam of Darts in Wolverhampton

World Champion Peter Wright was sensationally dumped out of the Grand Slam of Darts by Nathan Aspinall whereas Josh Rock arrange a blockbuster conflict towards Michael van Gerwen in Wolverhampton.

On a spectacular night time, Aspinall produced a stirring comeback to knock out Wright, whereas Ross Smith delivered a record-breaking show in his victory over Van Gerwen.

‘The Asp’ reeled off 4 straight legs from 2-1 right down to get rid of World Champion Wright, as Teams E-H concluded on a dramatic Day 4 on the Aldersley Leisure Village.

Aspinall sent Wright crashing out with these winning darts...

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Aspinall despatched Wright crashing out with these successful darts…

Aspinall despatched Wright crashing out with these successful darts…

“I am so completely satisfied to get by way of and I am unable to consider I’ve topped the group,” admitted Aspinall, who will meet Jermaine Wattimena for a spot within the quarter-finals.

“Peter goes by way of a tricky time in the mean time. I do not assume his head was within the recreation and I give my greatest needs to Jo, however I needed to go up there and do my job.”

Tuesday, November 15 – Outcomes

Group F Jermaine Wattimena 5-1 Leonard Gates
Group F Jonny Clayton 2-5 Damon Heta
Group G Luke Woodhouse 4-5 Nathan Rafferty
Group G Michael van Gerwen 4-5 Ross Smith
Group E Alan Soutar 5-2 Fallon Sherrock
Group E Peter Wright 2-5 Nathan Aspinall
Group H Ryan Searle 3-5 Scott Williams
Group H Luke Humphries 3-5 Josh Rock

Nathan Aspinall couldn't hide his delight after beating Peter Wright to top Group E

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Nathan Aspinall could not conceal his delight after beating Peter Wright to high Group E

Nathan Aspinall could not conceal his delight after beating Peter Wright to high Group E

Wright required three legs to guide his place within the knockout levels, and he was punished for squandering two darts at tops for a 3-1 lead in an important fourth leg.

Aspinall capitalised and adopted up legs of 14 and 13 darts with a 106 checkout to guide 4-2, and regardless of spurning 5 match darts in an edgy conclusion, he regained his poise to wrap up proceedings through double eight.

'The Asp' hit this magnificent 106 finish during his win against Wright

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‘The Asp’ hit this magnificent 106 end throughout his win towards Wright

‘The Asp’ hit this magnificent 106 end throughout his win towards Wright

His 5-2 success noticed him high the group on leg distinction, and the Stockport star advances alongside debutant Alan Soutar, who defeated Fallon Sherrock 5-2 earlier within the night time.

“Watching that match backstage – that was the worst feeling I’ve ever had in darts. It was horrible,” admitted Soutar, who will now play Jonny Clayton in Thursday’s second spherical.

“The Grand Slam was a free roll for me and I am now on the planet’s high 40 after lower than two years on the tour, so I am completely delighted.”

Ross Smith says he wanted to show everyone what he could do against Michael van Gerwen

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Ross Smith says he wished to point out everybody what he may do towards Michael van Gerwen

Ross Smith says he wished to point out everybody what he may do towards Michael van Gerwen

Elsewhere, Van Gerwen sealed high spot in Group G regardless of succumbing to an impressed Smith in arguably the match of the match to date.

‘Smudger’ was assured of qualification earlier than his tie towards Van Gerwen following Luke Woodhouse’s defeat to Nathan Rafferty, and he produced a blistering show to prevail in a nine-leg epic.

Smith set a Grand Slam of Darts group stage record by hitting NINE maximums during his sensational win

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Smith set a Grand Slam of Darts group stage report by hitting NINE maximums throughout his sensational win

Smith set a Grand Slam of Darts group stage report by hitting NINE maximums throughout his sensational win

“I wished to point out everybody what I can do towards the most effective on the planet,” stated Smith, who averaged 107.9 and hit a most in each single leg.

“Hopefully I can kick on now. I am loving my darts and I am so pleased with life basically, so I simply need to maintain going.”

MVG nailed this stunning 145 checkout during his defeat against Smith

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MVG nailed this gorgeous 145 checkout throughout his defeat towards Smith

MVG nailed this gorgeous 145 checkout throughout his defeat towards Smith

Woodhouse noticed his qualification hopes dashed in an exciting nine-leg affair towards Nathan Rafferty, regardless of averaging 101, crashing in 5 180s and changing the primary 170 end of the match.

Rock qualified for the last 16 after hitting 121 against Humphries

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Rock certified for the final 16 after hitting 121 towards Humphries

Rock certified for the final 16 after hitting 121 towards Humphries

In Group H, rising Northern Irish star Josh Rock joined Luke Humphries within the final 16, after working out a 5-3 winner in a charming showdown between the pair.

Scott Williams posted a shocking 107 common to return by way of a high-quality conflict towards Ryan Searle within the different Group G tie, registering six 180s and two 11-darters within the course of.

Josh Rock says he is proud of himself after progressing to the last 16

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Josh Rock says he’s pleased with himself after progressing to the final 16

Josh Rock says he’s pleased with himself after progressing to the final 16

“I consider I can win this match,” insisted Rock, who will play three-time Grand Slam champion Van Gerwen in an enormous last-16 tie on Thursday night time.

“Will probably be a unbelievable match. I’ve by no means performed Michael earlier than – he is the second greatest participant of all time for my part, however I am not afraid of enjoying him.”

Luke Woodhouse pinned this wonderful 170 checkout in Wolverhampton

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Luke Woodhouse pinned this excellent 170 checkout in Wolverhampton

Luke Woodhouse pinned this excellent 170 checkout in Wolverhampton

Earlier within the night time, Jermaine Wattimena joined Jonny Clayton in advancing by way of Group F, punishing a profligate show from North American Champion Leonard Gates to finish an emphatic 5-1 victory.

Wattimena sealed the cope with a medical 108 kill, and this consequence meant that Damon Heta wanted to whitewash Clayton to maintain his Grand Slam dream alive.

The Australian was unable to provide the heroic escape act, though he bowed out on a excessive, averaging 93 and touchdown three 180s to inflict Clayton’s first defeat of the marketing campaign.

The best of the action from another dramatic night in Wolverhampton

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One of the best of the motion from one other dramatic night time in Wolverhampton

One of the best of the motion from one other dramatic night time in Wolverhampton

Wednesday, November 17 – Fixtures (7pm)

Final 16 (Better of 19 legs) Raymond van Barneveld vs Simon Whitlock
Michael Smith vs Rob Cross
Danny Noppert vs Gerwyn Value
Dirk van Duijvenbode vs Joe Cullen

The final 16 of the Grand Slam will get underneath means on Wednesday night time, as reigning champion Gerwyn Value performs UK Open winner Danny Noppert, whereas 2012 champion Raymond van Barneveld performs Australia’s World Cup hero Simon Whitlock.

Elsewhere, former World Cup of Darts companions Michael Smith and Rob Cross collide, whereas Masters champion Joe Cullen meets Dutch star Dirk van Duijvenbode for a spot within the final eight.

Watch the Grand Slam of Darts at Aldersley Leisure Village in Wolverhampton all over till the ultimate on November 20 – with each session stay on Sky Sports activities & do not forget the World Championship can be coming to Sky Sports activities from December 15 till January 3.

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