2022 Masters Darts: Previews, results and updated draw from the ITV4-televised event

With the 2022 Masters heading into its final day, make sure to follow all the results and upcoming games right here with Planet Sport.

The opening round might have produced a lot more thumpings than thrillers, but it's fair to say that since then, the competition has been hotting up. 

Two of the top four seeds - James Wade and Peter Wright - have already bowed out of the tournament, while the other two men - Gerwyn Price and Michael van Gerwen - were taken to the limit in the second round.

As we head into the final day, here are the results and the latest draw for the 2022 Masters Darts.

First-round draw

Krzysztof Ratajski in action during day three of the William Hill World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace, London. Picture date: Friday December 17, 2021.

Krzysztof Ratajski (12) 6-5 Gabriel Clemens (21)

Dimitri Van den Bergh (9) 6-1 Ian White (24)

Dave Chisnall (13) 6-0 Stephen Bunting (20)

Joe Cullen (11) 6-2 Daryl Gurney (22)

Ryan Searle (16) 6-1 Mervyn King (17)

Dirk van Duijvenbode (15) 2-6 Simon Whitlock

Rob Cross (10) 6-2 Brendan Dolan (23)

Devon Petersen 1-6 Luke Humphries (19)

Second-round draw

Peter Wright celebrates beating Callan Rydz (not in picture) during day fourteen of the William Hill World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace, London. Picture date: Saturday January 1, 2022.

Ryan Searle (16) 8-10 Gerwyn Price (1)

Dimitri Van den Bergh (9) 9-10 Jonny Clayton (8)

Dave Chisnall (13) 10-4 James Wade (4)

Krzysztof Ratajski (12) 6-10 Michael Smith (5)

Simon Whitlock 10-8 Peter Wright (2)

Rob Cross (10) 7-10 Jose de Sousa (7)

Luke Humphries (19) 9-10 Michael van Gerwen (3)

Joe Cullen (11) 10-1 Gary Anderson (6)

Quarter-final draw

Joe Cullen

The quarter-final will take place on Sunday, January 20.

Gerwyn Price (1) vs Jonny Clayton (8)

It's an all-Welsh affair in the quarter-finals with Gerwen Price and Jonny Clayton going head-to-head.

Former world champion Price wasn't firing on all cylinders against Ryan Searle in the previous round, but the 10-8 victory sealed his place in the quarters.

Clayton, on the other hand, averaged 100 as he beat Dimitri Van den Bergh in a final leg decider. The Ferret, who is the defending champion, has only won two of his 11 meetings with Price since 2019.

Dave Chisnall (13) vs Michael Smith (5)

Is Dave Chisnall beginning to rediscover his best form? After averaging 92 in the first round, Chizzy put on a much-improved display against James Wade as he averaged 100 in a 10-4 win.

However, the next challenge for Chisnall will be to find a way past a rampant Michael Smith.

The world championship finalist averaged 105 in his 10-6 win over Krzysztof Ratajski and looks to be the man to beat at this year's Masters.

Simon Whitlock vs Jose de Sousa (7)

Simon Whitlock came into the tournament as a replacement for Danny Noppert but he's certainly making most of the opportunity.

After taking out Dirk van Duijvenbode, the Aussie eliminated current world champion Peter Wright. Can he keep it going against Jose de Sousa?

The Special One will be a tough man to beat after putting on an impressive performance in his 10-7 win over Rob Cross.

Michael van Gerwen (3) vs Joe Cullen (11)

The main event of the quarter-finals will see Michael van Gerwen take on Joe Cullen.

While MVG squeaked past Luke Humphries in a final leg decider, Cullen absolutely obliterated Gary Anderson in a 10-1 thrashing.

The Rockstar posted the tournament's highest average of 106 and is the man to watch as we head into the last eight.

Semi-final & final draws

Both the semi-finals and the final will take place on the same day as the quarters.

The last three games of the tournament will be a race to 11 legs.

Gerwyn Price/Jonny Clayton vs Dave Chisnall/Michael Smith

Simon Whitlock/Jose de Sousa vs Michael van Gerwen/Joe Cullen

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