Home Tour Re-Starts Tonight!

The Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs will begin on Tuesday May 26 as the PDC’s home-staged tournament returns for the second phase of action, featuring the 32 group winners.

Low6 HHome Tour Play Off Groups.

The first phase of the Home Tour saw elite level darts brought from the homes of 101 PDC Tour Card Holders around the world to the homes of fans through remote live broadcasts.

Among the highlights of the first 32 nights was Luke Woodhouse’s nine-darter from his kitchen on his way to winning Group Two, while World Champions Peter Wright, Rob Cross and Gary Anderson also progressed to the second phase.

The 32 group winners are now set to compete in the Play-Offs over a further 11 consecutive nights of live action from Tuesday May 26 onwards, with a champion crowned at the climax of the tournament on Friday June 5. 

The 32 players have been seeded in order of their PDC Order of Merit ranking for the Last 32, and placed into groups based on the regular PDC seeding pattern.
The players who win Groups One-Four will proceed to play in Semi-Final One on Wednesday June 3, with the winners from Groups Five-Eight moving through to Semi-Final Two on Thursday June 4.
The top two players from each of the Semi-Final groups will then move through to compete in the Championship Group on Friday June 5.
All games from the Last 32 onwards are the best of 11 legs, with each group being a round-robin format.

Reigning World Champion Wright, who became the last player to secure a Play-Off place in Monday’s Group 32, will headline the opening night of the Play-Offs in Group One, which also contains Cristo Reyes, Jelle Klaasen and Ryan Murray.Premier League table-topper Glen Durrant lines up in Group Two, while two-time World Champion Anderson, who improved his internet connection especially to take part in the event, will compete in Group Three.Multiple TV finalist Dave Chisnall is drawn in Group Four, while reigning World Matchplay champion 5thCross is set to star in Group Five.Joe Cullen, who posted some stunning averages in the first phase, lines up in Group Six, former UK Open winner Nathan Aspinall is drawn in Group Seven and Jonny Clayton is set to star in Group Eight.

All Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs action will be broadcast live on PDCTV for FREE to ALL registered PDCTV users, regardless of membership type.Registered PDCTV members can also watch for FREE through the official PDC App.

Fans in Great Britain and Ireland can also watch the action through the Sky Sports app.

As well as being shown through a series of bookmakers’ websites, the Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs will be broadcast live by a number of the PDC’s international broadcast partners.

Muzz Lightyear Exclusive – To The Bedroom And Beyond!

RYAN MURRAY is thankful he moved his dartboard out of his son’s bedroom so he can play two World Champions in peace!

Can ‘Muzz’ make the most of his Corona blighted debut year? (Pic: L Lustig / PDC)

The Edinburgh ace, dubbed Muzz Lightyear, will face Peter Wright, Jelle Klaasen, and Cristo Reyes in the next group phase of the PDC Home Tour on Monday night. He only got his Tour Card in January but has seen his debut year wrecked by the coronavirus crisis.

However Murray, 32, roared through his opening group in the PDC lockdown online home event and now has a dream draw. He said: “I was looking forward to the Home Tour. I’ve recently changed at home. The dartboard was in the children’s room but now I’ve moved it to my own bedroom.

“There’s no distractions in there. It was hard to play with my kids shouting to their friends while playing on the Xbox!“

The kids will be going out for a nature trail when I’m playing the Home Tour so I get some peace and quiet, no running up and down the stairs to to the toilet.

“We’ve got a tortoise but that’s the only pet and he’s not likely to give us any problems!”

Murray admits it’s been a frustrating time since achieving the ‘golden ticket’ of a Tour Card but is still buzzing for the future. He said: “It feels like every time I get so close to something, it always goes wrong. Thankfully I’ve now got this Home Tour to play in.“It’s obviously frustrating that the darts has stopped. I’d just got the Tour Card and was playing good. But I’m sure the PDC will sort it out so it’s fair.

 “To be honest, the PDC and PDPA are in touch almost every day making sure all the players are OK, they have been fantastic. They always do the best for us.“

I’d qualified for two European tours but they are obviously on hold for the moment. That was something big I’d qualified for. It will happen hopefully at some point.”

Phil Lanning| 5-times award-winning journalist/publicist

Unibet Home Tour 19 & 20: Durrant Dominant As Murray Springs Surprise.

Glen Durrant picked up a hat-trick of victories to top Group 19 of the Unibet Home Tour on Tuesday night.


Premier League table-topper Durrant picked up where he left off just over six weeks ago as he averaged 101.8 in a 5-1 defeat of Dutchman Vincent van der Meer in his opening game of the night.

Durrant followed that up with a 5-3 defeat Justin Pipe, who was Durrant’s nearest challenger on the night, finishing second with two victories.

Heading into the final game of the evening, Durrant knew he needed four legs against Maik Kuivenhoven to top the group ahead of Pipe.

The 50-year-old duly delivered with a 100.1 average to see off Kuivenhoven 5-3, ensuring he ended the night undefeated.

Ryan Murray won the Unibet Home Tour Group 20 on Wednesday, edging out Joe Cullen to take the honours.

The Scot enjoyed a successful night, winning matches against Jermaine Wattimena and John Michael as he held onto top spot.

Cullen had defeated Murray 5-4 and also saw off Michael 5-3 in the night’s final contest, but missed match darts against Wattimena as he lost in a deciding leg cost the Yorkshireman dearly.

The Unibet Home Tour continues on Thursday, with world number four Rob Cross in action in Group 21.

The Unibet Home Tour can be watched live and free through PDCTV for registered users (new users can sign up for FREE here), as well as through bookmakers’ websites and international broadcasters.

Unibet Home Tour 
Group 19 – Tuesday May 5
Glen Durrant 5-1 Vincent van der Meer
Justin Pipe 5-1 Maik Kuivenhoven
Maik Kuivenhoven 5-1 Vincent van der Meer
Glen Durrant 5-3 Justin Pipe
Justin Pipe 5-2 Vincent van der Meer
Glen Durrant 5-3 Maik Kuivenhoven

Group 20 – Wednesday May 6 (1930 BST)
Joe Cullen 5-4 Ryan Murray
Jermaine Wattimena 2-5 John Michael
Ryan Murray 5-3 John Michael
Joe Cullen 4-5 Jermaine Wattimena
Jermaine Wattimena 1-5 Ryan Murray
John Michael 3-5 Joe Cullen