Full draw from Dusseldorf as defending champion Robert Thornton faces either Wes Newton or Shaun Griffiths.
Mighty Dutchman Michael van Gerwen claimed his 17th major title in Blackpool on Sunday, so we delve into the archives to look back at his biggest wins.
Do Phil Taylor's hopes of winning another major rest with next year's Matchplay? Talking points...
Phil Taylor's gamesmanship in the World Matchplay final did little to rattle Michael van Gerwen, say Sky Sports darts experts Rod Harrington and Wayne Mardle.
Michael van Gerwen won the World Matchplay for a second successive year after thumping 15-time champion Phil Taylor 18-10 in Blackpool.
Recap the action after Michael van Gerwen retained his World Matchplay title by beating 15-time winner Phil Taylor 18-10 in Blackpool.
'Phil Taylor is not a normal 55-year-old', says Wayne Mardle. The darts expert believes Sunday's Matchplay final will come down to who hits their doubles.
Reigning World Matchplay champion Michael van Gerwen will face a rejuvenated Phil Taylor in Sunday's final after both players eased through their semi-finals.
Recap of the action from Blackpool as Michael van Gerwen sets up World Matchplay final against Phil Taylor at The Winter Gardens.
Look back over Adrian Lewis and Michael van Gerwen's feisty history before Saturday's World Matchplay semi-final at The Winter Gardens in Blackpool.
Phil Taylor came through a back-and-forth World Matchplay quarter-final with Mervyn King on Friday.
Phil Taylor and Gary Anderson earned hard-fought wins over Mervyn King and Steve Beaton, respectively.
Adrian Lewis remains an 'enigma' but is still capable of defeating Michael van Gerwen at the World Matchplay, says Sky Sports expert Wayne Mardle.
Adrian Lewis beat Peter Wright and Michael van Gerwen toppled Dave Chisnall at the World Matchplay.
Look back at quarter-final wins for Adrian Lewis and Michael van Gerwen from Thursday in Blackpool.
Peter Wright produced a lively entrance at the Grand Slam of Darts and made sure Adrian Lewis could not ignore him.
Steve Beaton has returned to the big stage, playing darts from out of this world. But how has the man nicknamed Magnum PI done it?
Phil Taylor and Gary Anderson marched on at the World Matchplay while Steve Beaton turned back the clock to join the big boys in the quarter-finals.
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Phil Taylor and Gary Anderson go through after another bumper night of tungsten action from the Winter Gardens in Blackpool.