We're fast approaching the final session of the 2022 Austrian Darts Open in Graz, and Michael van Gerwen is still looking to defend his title.
The three-time tournament winner started his defence on the main Premstattner Halle stage, and was unable to relax as Cameron Menzies piled on the early pressure.
But the 33-year-old quickly rose to the occasion and defied a 170 checkout from his opponent to eventually win 6-3.
Next up for the Dutchman is a familiar opponent in the shape of James Wade, who was the latest winner of a Premier League night in Dublin last week.
Wade fought his way to the Sunday matches by seeing off Brett Claydon 6-3 on Saturday.
However, Van Gerwen's biggest challenger for the title could be Callan Rydz, who has built on his superb World Championship showing and is looking mightily impressive in Austria.
'The Riot' reached the quarter-finals of the World Championships back in December, and he'll be wanting to reach the final rounds of the Austrian Darts Open after knocking out world No.1 Peter Wright on Saturday.
The 23-year-old initially trailed 3-2 to Wright, but reeled off four successive legs to reach Sunday's running, where he'll face Stephen Bunting in the last 16.
If the Austrian crowd is to celebrate a home star, then their hopes are lying with Zoran Lerchbacher, who stormed past Ryan Searle with a 6-3 victory on Saturday.
Lerchbacher will now face Dirk van Duijvenbode on Sunday for a spot in the last eight.
Afternoon Session (12:00 BST)
Danny Noppert v Jonny Clayton
Joe Cullen v Krzysztof Ratajski
Danny Jansen v Ricky Evans
Madars Razma v Nathan Aspinall
Zoran Lerchbacher v Dirk van Duijvenbode
Michael van Gerwen v James Wade
Gabriel Clemens v Rob Cross
Callan Rydz v Stephen Bunting
Evening Session (20:00 BST)
Noppert/Clayton v Cullen/Ratajski
Jansen/Evans v Razma/Aspinall
Lerchbacher/Van Duijvenbode v Van Gerwen/Wade
Clemens/Cross v Rydz/Bunting