The PDC laughed Dion Dublin is getting “Homes Under the Hammered” after he posted a photograph of himself at the pub before the Darts.
The former Manchester United and Aston Villa forward uploaded a photograph of himself and his many friends at Ally Pally. Alongside the picture of him and the rest of his group proudly showing off their six empty pint cups, Dublin wrote “Six down let’s go!”
The Homes Under the Hammer presenter also ensured to include the PDC in their post by tagging them in his tweet. And the darts bosses ensured their response was befitting of the occasion.
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They retweeted his photograph alongside the caption “Homes Under the Hammered!” Considering the fact Dublin and his accomplices so proudly showed off their half a dozen cups, it would not be out there to suggest they are only just beginning.
The former Premier League star has presented Homes Under The Hammer since 2015. He remains as one of the most famous and recognisable faces on the show today.
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However, he has swapped the houses and the auctions for Alexandra Palace on this occasion. Dublin will need to ensure he and his mates pace themselves as they have a long day of darts ahead of them.
Dick van Duijvenbode, Rob Cross, Gerwyn Price, and many more are all in action this evening. Darts fans have struggled to keep up with the breathless encounters at this year’s World Championships so far.
Michael Smith completed a stunning comeback to overcome Martin Schindler and keep his hopes of lifting the Sid Waddell trophy alive. The second favourite found himself 3-1 down to the German, who put in a stellar performance in the first four sets.
However, Smith used his experience to turn his fortunes around, winning three straight sets to demonstrate why he is one of the favourites heading into the contest.
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