Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode ahead of the WDF World Championships.
The boys start the show with an overall look ahead to the second staging of the tournament by the WDF, and pick out the main storylines heading into Lakeside, before focusing on the women's event and discuss who can stop defending champion Beau Greaves.
Alex and Burton also preview the men's event, discuss how much the absence of Eurosport as a broadcaster will harm the championships, and make their predictions on who will win the titles at Lakeside.
Beau Greaves (14:53) joins us ahead of her title defence at Lakeside. The reigning WDF women's world champion reflects on the last four months since winning in Blackpool, including her recent debut at the Grand Slam of Darts, and discusses why she choice Lakeside over Ally Pally.
Andy Baetens (42:20) also stops by ahead of his third tilt at a World Championship at Lakeside. The WDF men's number one looks back on his career so far, being the number one seed at Lakeside this year, exchanging texts with Luke Humphries since their Euro Tour meeting, and his plans for 2024.
Danny Lauby (1:03:15) calls in ahead of his first Lakeside appearance as one of the 16 seeds in the men's event. The American reflects on the last few years being based over in the UK, making his mark as a top up player in the Players Championships in the summer, and discusses his hopes for Lakeside and next year.
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