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2024 PDC World Darts Championship Final – Preview and Predictions

2024 PDC World Darts Championship

The 2024 PDC World Darts Championship Final is around the corner, and all the Darts enthusiasts are waiting to witness the real champion. The 2024 World Darts Finals is set to kick start on January 03, 2024, at Alexandra Palace between the most expected rivals, Luke Littler and Luke Humphries.



This final game of the 2024 PDC World Darts Championship between the two Luke’s has started to create a massive wave among the crowd. Anyone among the two Lukes, who pick the title will grab the first PDC World Darts Championship of their careers. So, this clash is going to be nothing less but full of furious and heart-pounding moments. The fact that Luke Littler is the youngest to reach the semifinals of the PDC Darts Championships adds another layer of excitement to the game. If Luke Littler lifts the title at the Ally Pally Darts 2024, he will remain the youngest player to achieve the record. But, on the flip side, a strong rival Luke Humphries, who has been delivering stunning throws from the start of this season, is looking to take the victory home. In light of this, to provide in-depth details about the clear favorite of this game, we have come up with some exciting facts, including the odds and predictions. For even more sports information, do visit our Website.

PDC World Darts Championship 2023 Outright Odds

2024 PDC World Darts Final – Event Details

Players: Luke Littler vs. Luke Humphries

Date: January 3, 2024 (Wednesday)

Time: Evening session (20:00 GMT)

Place: Alexandra Palace, London, England.

Streaming Details of 2024

PDC World Darts Championship Finals:

The 2024 World Darts Championship final game will be live-streamed on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Darts.

Prize Money for the season:

The 2024 PDC World Darts Championships will hold the prize money of £2.5 million in total. This Prize money has continued to be the same for the sixth year in a row. The Prize money is divided as follows:


Prize Money

First-Round Loser (For 32 players)


Second-Round Loser (For 32 players)


Third-Round Loser (For 16 players)


Fourth-Round Loser (For 8 players)


Quarter-finalists (For 4 players)


Semi-finalists (For 2 players)


Runner-up (For One player)


Winner (For One player)



Luke Littler vs. Luke Humphries

This clash between the two hot rivals of the season, Luke Littler and Luke Humphries is going to be intriguing till the very end. The 16-year-old Luke Littler heads into the 2024 PDC World Darts Championship Finals after making staggering efforts in the prior rounds. He smashed the efforts of Rob Cross in the Semifinals with a stunning score set of 2-6 to enter the finals. His hunger for victory at this age is astonishing, and the efforts he invests end each of his games in victory. Even though the youngster fails to impose a solid throw in the finals, he will remain the youngest to have reached the PDC Darts Championships. The Little Littler is not even worried about his finals, as he has recently registered in an interview that he will be repeating the same routine he has been doing so far. So, his patience and consistency might add another layer of hope to the youngster in the upcoming finals.

Luke Humphries, on the other hand, is a tough competitor, who is both equal and a step beyond the Littler. He has amazed his audience with many titles throughout his career, and this remains the first battle for his PDC Darts Championships. Humphries enters the 2024 PDC World Darts Championship Final after defeating Scott Williams with an exotic 0-6 score set. Humphries has reached the top of the PDC Rankings through his streaks of victories in recent times. Humphries has already made three quarter-final appearances at the World Championship, which provides him an add-on experience. In addition, he has invested more efforts in the 2024 PDC Darts Championships. So, Luke Humphries looks like a much better player, and he stands a good chance of winning the 2024 PDC World Darts Championship Final. 


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