Result: James Wade, Michael van Gerwen to contest World Grand Prix final

Result: Wade, Van Gerwen to contest Grand Prix final
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James Wade and Michael van Gerwen will contest the World Grand Prix final after both came through their respective semi-final clashes on Saturday night.

James Wade won the final three sets of his match with Gary Anderson to reach the World Grand Prix final in Dublin.

The left-hander, who had already hit a nine-darter and beat Phil Taylor before his encounter with the Scot, was facing a 3-1 deficit at the midway point of the contest.

However, Wade stormed through the next two sets before coming out on top in a last-leg decider to deny Anderson his first final in Ireland.

Michael van Gerwen will play Wade in Sunday's final after he whitewashed debutant Stephen Bunting.

Three of the four sets went the distance, but the world number one was clinical at the pivotal points of each set and fully deserved his chance to win a second Grand Prix crown.

James Wade of England celebrates winning his first round match against Darren Webster of England during the World Darts Championship on Day Six at Alexandra Palace on December 19, 2013
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