The world's best darts players tonight kick off the first evening of Premier League Darts, which runs all the way until May.
Reigning world champion Luke Humphries is joined by Michael van Gerwen, Michael Smith and Nathan Aspinall in the Order of Merit, with four more in the form of Luke Littler, Gerwyn Price, Peter Wright and Rob Cross.
Darts has rarely been more popular in the modern era thanks to the emergence of 17-year-old star Littler, who will be the youngest player ever to compete in Premier League Darts.
He narrowly lost to Humphries in a thrilling World Championship final in early January but ended the month with a televised nine-darter at the Bahrain Darts Masters, beating Van Gerwen in the final. Van Gerwen later exacted swift revenge over Littler in the Dutch Darts Masters final last week.
We will get a rematch of that Worlds final on opening night of the Premier League Darts as Littler and Humphries renew their rivalry in Cardiff.
Night One schedule
Peter Wright vs Rob Cross
Gerwyn Price vs Nathan Aspinall
Michael van Gerwen vs Michael Smith
Luke Littler vs Luke Humphries
Where to watch Premier League Darts
TV channel: In the UK, the Premier League Darts will be televised live on Sky Sports, across both the Main Event and Mix channels. Coverage will begin at 7pm GMT.
Sky Sports have coverage of every arrow thrown across all 17 evenings up to and including May.
Live stream: Subscribers can also catch the contest live online via the Sky Go app.
Live blog: You can follow all the action tonight via Standard Sport’s live blog.