The Super League Darts finals night takes place tomorrow night at Sky City and underdog Peter "Stumpy" Hunt will be looking to cut the tournament favourites down to size.
The bookies' rank outsider will play the tournament favourite Craig Caldwell in the second semi-final after Rob Szabo and Warren Parry compete for the first spot in the final.
After three rounds of pool matches, four of New Zealand's finest darts players will compete in the semifinals and the final in one night to claim the title.
Tournament promoters announced last week they would be increasing the capacity for the night and only a few tickets are left for the event.
Coverage of both the semifinals and finals will be live on Sky Sport, making it the first ever live darts event broadcast in New Zealand.
It's now sudden death knockout after the pool stages and tournament manager Mark Hudson said the atmosphere inside Sky City has been fantastic - giving the players an extra buzz they're not used to with normal darts events.
Nearly 1500 fans have witnessed the best New Zealand darts has to offer in the past few weeks and they'll have the opportunity to see the world's finest at the end of this month, when the PDC World Series visits Auckland on August 28-30.