Canada qualified for the quarter-finals of the World Darts Cup for the second year in a row. Two bachelors were enough for North Americans to deal with New Zealand.
Jeff Smith put his country in the lead 1-0 by beating Haupai Puha 4-1. The silent took advantage of a few doubles duds from Puha in the first leg and went on to take a 3-0 lead. Puha won the fourth stage, but the victory went to Smith with a 100 points.
Matt Campbell was then able to guide Canada to the quarter-finals, but was 2-0 behind Cody Harris. With four excellent legs, Campbell turned the game in his favor, rendering a pairing match pointless.
Countries can decide for themselves which player plays the first and second single. If the score is tied after two singles, a twinning team will be involved to decide which country will advance to the World Darts Cup quarterfinals.
2020 World Darts Cup Schedule
Saturday November 7
Canada 2-0 New Zealand
Singles 1: Jeff Smith (88.32) 4-1 (88.41) Haupai Puha
Singles 2: Matt Campbell (96.19) 4-2 (88.24) Cody Harris
Austria / Portugal
Singles 1: Mensur Suljovic v Jose De Sousa
Singles 2: Rowby-John Rodriguez v Jose Marques
Belgium vs Latvia
Singles 1: Kim Huybrechts vs. Janis Mustafejevs
Singles 2: Dimitri Van den Bergh vs. Madars Razma
England v Lithuania
Singles 1: Michael Smith vs. Darius Labanauskas
Singles 2: Rob Cross vs. Mindaugas Barauskas
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