James Anderson plays Alastair Cook at the World Matchplay darts on Tuesday. Heres a look at their last encounter back in 2014. Two years ago, the England cricket duo locked horns at the World Championship in a memorable moment for darts top competition. But were approaching a massive rematch - the Matchplay is live on Sky Sports 3 on Tuesday from 7pm.In a dramatic one-leg shoot-out, we saw heart-break for one player in their first encounter. Watch the video at the top of this page to see whether Anderson or Cook reigned supreme at the oche. Also on Tuesday in Blackpool, weve got the spicy match-up between Adrian Lewis and Gerwyn Price to settle a war of words that has gone back-and-forth over the past few days.World No 1 Michael van Gerwen is also playing Kyle Anderson, while Peter Snakebite Wright will face Ian White. Robert Thornton is taking on Dave Chisnall in the fourth and final meeting.But we get a feeling a pair of darts-loving cricketers might steal the show with their highly-anticipated rematch... Also See: Sky Bets darts odds On Sky TV Schedule/Results Features Get Sky Sports Cody Franson Jersey
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