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The seedings for events two to five will be based on that day's ProTour Order of Merit, with previous days' prize money included.
Matches from the first round through to the quarter-finals are the best of 11 legs, with the semi-finals being the best of 13 legs and the final being the best of 15 legs.
All players will be tested for Covid before entering their hotel room, where they will self-isolate until the results are due around 12 hours later.
If it's a negative result they'll be able to play, if it's positive then they must leave the premises.
Competing players must adhere to social distancing rules and are not allowed to leave the venue for any reason. Unlike in normal circumstances, each player will now be assigned specific practice boards to use and must also sit at one of the two designated tables situated by their match boards.
To keep numbers of people down in the venue, there will be no voluntary markers on the non streaming boards which means players will be forced to mark and referee matches away from the cameras.
In terms of rules of conduct during the matches, players must only approach the oche when their opponent has retrieved their darts and moved one metre away.
This could affect particularly speedy players. Once a player has finished playing their matches and are no longer required to mark other games, they must return to the players' hotel.
They can not hang around to follow the progress of the tournament. You can bet on the overall winner of each event while there's also in-play betting on the streamed matches.
Click here for all of Sky Bet's darts odds. There are two streamed boards each day, which will see matches broadcast through PDCTV and bookmakers' websites worldwide throughout the tournament.
Joyce won the next three before four missed doubles from Chisnall in leg 14 allowed him to level the tie, and when his rival missed the bull in a high-quality deciding leg he stepped in on double 16 for glory.
Chisnall had been agonisingly close to a 15th PDC ranking title and a first triumph in 12 months as he won through to the final. There, he was a winner over Nathan Aspinall before his five missed match darts proved costly in the final against Joyce.
Aspinall was denied by Chisnall in his bid to win a third Players Championship of the year, having defeated World Champion Peter Wright and James Wade in his run to the semi-finals.
Anderson was aiming to win his second Players Championship of , with his five wins on the day including a average in a whitewash of Ryan Murray.
Harald Leitinger 6 2 Max Hopp. Dave Chisnall 6 3 Arjan Konterman. Rowby-John Rodriguez 6 4 Callan Rydz.
Ryan Murray 6 5 Gary Anderson. James Wilson 6 1 Conan Whitehead. Andy Hamilton 6 5 Mensur Suljovic. Scott Mitchell 6 2 Robert Thornton.
Kirk Shepherd 6 4 Keegan Brown. Ryan Meikle 6 2 Darius Labanauskas. Daryl Gurney 6 1 Derk Telnekes.
Wayne Jones 6 1 Graham Usher. Steve Lennon 6 1 Gabriel Clemens. Steve Brown 6 2 Jan Dekker. Ian White 6 1 Madars Razma.
Krzysztof Kciuk 6 5 Andy Boulton. Vincent van der Voort 6 2 Geert Nentjes. Luke Woodhouse 6 1 Simon Whitlock. Harry Ward 6 5 Brendan Dolan.
Matthew Edgar 6 0 Ciaran Teehan. Jonny Clayton 6 0 Josh Payne. Kai Fan Leung 6 1 Steve West. Peter Wright 6 3 Matt Clark.
Ricky Evans 6 5 Niels Zonneveld. Dirk van Duijvenbode 6 1 Darren Penhall. Michael Smith 6 3 Mervyn King.
Scott Baker 6 3 John Henderson. Jermaine Wattimena 6 0 Nathan Derry. Cameron Menzies 6 4 William O'Connor. Nathan Aspinall 6 2 Jamie Lewis.
Nathan Rafferty 6 5 Boris Krcmar. Jeff Smith 6 4 Justin Pipe. Gary Blades 6 4 David Pallett. Gavin Carlin 6 5 Glen Durrant. He will face another player well known for his exploits on the ProTour in Ian White who eased past Krzysztof Ratajski Rob Cross then edged past Jamie Hughes denying the Tipton ace in a victory with a average, 'Voltage' will look to build up form ahead of his World Matchplay defence and what better way than a potential ranking win.
He will take on Mensur Suljovic who has produced some brilliant performances this week. He edged past Daryl Gurney in a win.
Cross edged past Callan Rydz who had accounted for Gerwyn Price in the previous round. He will take on Jamie Hughes who defeated Jason Lowe.
The action continues in Milton Keynes up to the Last 16 stage with Gerwyn Price the latest player to fall. The Number One seed would have been optimistic of potentially claiming a title today especially with Michael van Gerwen falling early on but despite averaging , he lost to Callan Rydz who averaged Rydz beforehand had produced a average to edge past Ryan Searle after a last leg decider win over Matt Clark.
The performance of the round though came from Daryl Gurney who claimed a win over Devon Petersen to put a dent in his World Matchplay aspirations.
The latter was awfully unlucky like he has been all week with the performances he has been putting in, he averaged to Gurney's but lost out in the end to 'Superchin'.
Martijn Kleermaker produced one of the performances of the round in seeing off Luke Humphries in a last leg decider.