Gerwyn Price is set to compete for a second time in the the inaugural Home Tour darts series.
The series, which sees players compete from the comfort of their own homes due to the coronavirus pandemic, has been organised by the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC).
World number three Price, 35, from Markham, was knocked out at the group stage of the competition following a defeat to Englishman Luke Woodhouse.
However, Price will return to compete in Group 31 against world number 16 Joe Cullen, world number 30 Keegan Brown and world number 121 Bradley Brooks, who were all knocked out at the group stage.
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Price will be in action on Sunday, May 17, with all six Group 31 games taking place from 7.30pm.
Meanwhile, two-time world champion Gary Anderson will be competing in the competition for the first time. The scotsman was unable to compete in the earlier rounds because his internet was not fast enough, but he has since resolved the issue.
The action will be available for free for all fans with a PDCTV account, and will also be available on the Sky Sports app.
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