Premier League Darts 02/29 19:15 3 Luke Humphries vs Michael van Gerwen View
Premier League Darts 03/07 19:15 3 Luke Humphries vs Gerwyn Price View
Premier League Darts 03/14 19:45 3 Luke Humphries vs Michael Smith View
Premier League Darts 03/28 19:15 3 Luke Humphries vs Luke Littler View
Premier League Darts 04/04 19:15 3 Michael Smith vs Luke Humphries View
Premier League Darts 04/11 18:15 3 Peter Wright vs Luke Humphries View


Premier League Darts 02/22 19:45 3 Rob Cross v Luke Humphries 6-5
Premier League Darts 02/15 22:20 1 Michael van Gerwen v Luke Humphries 6-5
Premier League Darts 02/15 21:50 2 Luke Humphries v Gerwyn Price 6-3
Premier League Darts 02/15 20:15 3 Nathan Aspinall v Luke Humphries 3-6
Players Championship 2 2024 02/13 13:45 57 Luke Humphries v Jurjen van der Velde 5-6
Players Championship 1 2024 02/12 14:45 6 Luke Humphries v Ian White 0-6
Premier League Darts 02/08 21:55 2 Luke Littler v Luke Humphries 6-5
Premier League Darts 02/08 20:50 3 Luke Humphries v Peter Wright 6-4
The Masters 2024 02/03 20:05 4 Luke Humphries v Stephen Bunting 7-10
Premier League Darts 02/01 20:55 3 Luke Littler v Luke Humphries 6-2
Dutch Darts Masters 01/27 18:10 3 Luke Littler v Luke Humphries 6-5
Dutch Darts Masters 01/26 21:20 4 Luke Humphries v Jermaine Wattimena 6-0

Wikipedia - Luke Humphries

Luke Humphries (born 11 February 1995) is an English professional darts player who plays in Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) events, where he is the current World No. 1 and World Champion. Nicknamed "Cool Hand Luke" in reference to the 1967 film, he is the reigning PDC World Champion, World Grand Prix champion, Grand Slam of Darts champion, and Players Championship Finals champion. He also won the 2019 PDC World Youth Championship.


Humphries won five PDC Development Tour titles in 2017, finishing top of the Development Tour Order of Merit. As a result of this, he qualified for the 2018 PDC World Darts Championship where he lost to Jeff Smith, and received a PDC Tour Card for the 2018 and 2019 season.


Humphries won the Development Tour Order of Merit in 2019, a year which culminated in a fantastic run at the 2019 World Championship for Humphries. He beat Adam Hunt, Stephen Bunting, Dimitri Van den Bergh, and defending champion Rob Cross, before eventually losing 1–5 to Michael Smith in the quarter-finals.

Following Gary Anderson's withdrawal from the 2019 Premier League, Humphries was selected as one of nine 'contenders' to replace him. He played a one-off match against Gerwyn Price on night four in Exeter.

At the age of 24 Humphries won the 2019 PDC World Youth Championship, where he beat Adam Gawlas 6–0.


In the 2020 World Championship, Humphries once again reached the quarter-finals before losing 3–5 to eventual champion Peter Wright. Humphries was once again selected for the Premier League, this time under the tag of 'challenger'. He faced Gary Anderson in Exeter and became the first challenger to win their game.


In the 2021 World Championship, Humphries suffered a shock 2–3 first-round defeat to veteran Paul Lim. Luke Humphries made his first major televised final at the 2021 UK Open in March 2021. His run to the final saw him claim wins over Dave Chisnall in the quarter-final and then-reigning champion Michael van Gerwen in the semi-final. He was defeated 5–11 by James Wade in the final.


In the 2022 World Championship, Humphries reached his third quarter-final in four years before losing 2–5 to Gary Anderson. Humphries reached his first PDC European Tour final at the 2022 German Darts Grand Prix by beating Jeffrey de Zwaan, Michael Smith, Wesley Plaisier and Michael van Gerwen. He beat Martin Lukeman in the final, hitting double 4 to win 8–2.


Humphries in 2023

In the 2023 World Championship, Humphries reached the fourth round before losing 1–4 to Stephen Bunting. In October 2023, Humphries won his first major title at the 2023 World Grand Prix, defeating tournament favourite Gerwyn Price, 5–2 in the final. The £120,000 prize money earned through this victory, saw him move into a career-high fourth in the Order of Merit. He won his second major televised title, 42 days later, at the 2023 Grand Slam of Darts, defeating Rob Cross 16–8 in the final, averaging an impressive 104.69. Humphries won his third televised title at the 2023 Players Championship Finals, defeating Michael van Gerwen (who hit a nine-dart finish) for the first time in his career, 11–9 (Van Gerwen also missed eight darts at doubles in the 19th leg, to set up a deciding leg), before Humphries won the match on double 1.


On 3 January, Humphries won the PDC World Darts Championship 7–4 against fellow Cheshire talent Luke Littler in the final. For that, he was invited to meet Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at Downing Street.