England's Luke Littler and Luke Humphries will face off in tonight's (Wednesday, January 3, 2024) 2023/24 Paddy Power World Darts Championship final at London’s Alexandra Palace.

Littler at just 16-years-old has taken the UK and the world by storm with his run to the final of the World Darts Championship becoming the youngest player in history to do so.

But he will face his toughest challenge yet in tonight's final coming up against recently crowned world number one - Humphries, as the pair battle it out for the sport's biggest honour - the Sid Waddell Trophy and £500,000 prize money.

Both Littler and Humphries have played some outstanding darts throughout the tournament with the two averaging 106.05 and 108.74 respectively.

During his last match against Rob Cross, 'Luke the Nuke' threw 16 180s before securing his 6-2 victory.

Odds currently show Humphries as the favourite to win the 2023/24 World Darts Championship final at the Ally Pally tonight.

According to Betfred, Humphries is showing 8/11 odds, while Littler sits at 5/6.

How to watch the Darts World Championship final tonight?

The 2023/24 World Darts Championship final between Luke Humphries and Luke Littler will be live on Sky Sports tonight from 8pm, with the final to get underway at around 8.20pm.

You can also stream the final, contract-free, via a Now TV day membership, which costs £11.99.

It will not be available to watch on any free-to-air TV after Sky Sports received no offers from free-to-air broadcasters to screen the Littler v Humphries World Darts Championship final.

Channel 4 struck a deal with Sky to show the England men’s cricket team when they reached the final of the T20 World Cup in 2022 and the 50-over World Cup in 2019.

But no such deal has been struck for the darts final tonight (Wednesday, January 3).

However, those without a Sky Sports or Now subscription can get live updates on BBC Radio 5 Live from 7pm.

Audiences can also follow a comprehensive live text commentary of the final on the BBC Sport website and app.

While all the big moments and latest news from the all English darts final will also be available across BBC Sport social channels.