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Gerwyn Price suffered an early scare in his PDC world championship opener against Luke Woodhouse, but fought back to win the match 3-1 at Alexandra Palace.
Woodhouse, the current world No 50, made a blistering start as he took the first set with an average of 104.95, with Price missing five doubles and struggling for rhythm. Price took out an 83 finish to level the match at 1-1, and broke his opponent’s throw in the third leg of the next set, despite missing six more darts at doubles.
Written by Niall McVeigh
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