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World Darts Championship 2019: Michael van Gerwen blasts into final against emotional Michael Smith

Independent Monday, 31 December 2018
Smith played superbly in his first semi-final at Alexandra Palace to end the run of Nathan Aspinall in a 6-3 triumph before Van Gerwen swept aside Gary Anderson, winning 6-1
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