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Michael van Gerwen and Gary Anderson meet in Dublin as they battle it out for the World Grand Prix crown, live on Sky Sports 1. Custom Portland Trail Blazers Jerseys . Anderson and Van Gerwen last met in a major televised final in the Premier League which Anderson won, coming out on top in 2015 when both men averaged in excess of 105 in a classic.John Part believes we are going to see more of the same on Saturday when the action gets underway from 8.30pm. Anderson books MVG date Report from Friday nights semi-finals The two pearls of the tournament are going to be battling it out - it was an excellent night of darts and Michael is the number one in the world but Gary is the world champ, said Part. I believe it will really be an epic final and I think it will go pretty deep, if not all the way because they will not give in to each other, they just wont.They both looked good, they are ready for each other and there is no surprises - its in front of them what they have to do. We will see the two best players in the tournament by far in a real clash of the titans. Michael van Gerwen came back from 2-1 down to beat Dave Chisnall 4-2 and reach the final of the World Grand Prix Anderson was below par in his quarter-final win over Kim Huybrechts but averaged just under 99 in seeing off Raymond van Barneveld in an impressive semi-final display.Not to be outdone MVG, winner of the UK Open, World Matchplay and Premier League already this year, averaged just under 100 to see off a game Dave Chisnall.The averages underline the quality of Saturdays finalists and while some are overawed by Van Gerwen, Part believes Anderson will rise to the challenge of the facing the world number one.I think that Gary has never been bothered by playing against MVG and he will just get in there and think he has every right to win - MVG will obviously think the same thing, he said. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just £6.99. No contract. Anderson doesnt have to stop Van Gerwen, he just has to be Gary Anderson and not worry about Michael and just take his chances and I think thats how Gary Anderson becomes the champ.Anderson claimed his second successive world title in January this year but the back-to-back world champion has yet to stamp his mark on the other majors, this will be his first World Grand Prix final and he is yet to win the Matchplay. Anderson sets up MVG final Gary Anderson beats Raymond van Barneveld; Michael van Gerwen sinks Dave Chisnall in World GP But Part believes that will add fuel to the fire - and he is speaking from experience.It means a lot to Gary. I think as an ex-world champion myself I was a little disappointed that I never cracked the Matchplay or the Grand Prix because they are the longest running in the PDC, so I can relate to how I think Gary might really want to take this title, Part added.It is a short turnaround to play a major final of this status in just one day but its good to have them playing equally well and standing up to good performances against them. Gary Anderson beat Raymond van Barneveld 4-1 to reach his first final in Dublin For now, Part is relishing the showdown between the two best players in the game at the moment: It doesnt get much better than the world champion against the world number one. I think MVG might set the pace early but it is hard to say that because Gary can be so explosive. I guess it will come down to the doubling in and who gets away with the 160s more often. They will both be good…really good so it will come down to a missed double here and there and maybe a high out shot here and there but they will be pretty level.You can follow all the action from Saturdays final with our live blog and on Sky Sports 1 from 8.30pm. Also See: Anderson sets up MVG final Semi-finals as they happened Grand Prix results/schedule WATCH: James Joyce and darts? Zach Collins Jersey .Jeff Green, playing in his second preseason game after missing the first four because of a calf strain, had 18 points. The Celtics (3-3) shot 47.2 per cent from the floor and made 15 of 37 3-point attempts. Terry Porter Blazers Jersey . The first of the three games will be played in Week 4, when the Oakland Raiders will take on the Miami Dolphins on Sept.BOSTON -- Living dangerously? Or just business as usual, showing off their resiliency and character? Its probably a bit of both for the never-say-die Boston Bruins, who climbed out of what looked to be a deep hole with four third-period goals for a stirring 5-3 comeback win over the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday afternoon. The scoring spree started midway through the final period, lasted seven minutes 58 seconds, and buried the Canadiens who had seemed in control after Thomas Vaneks second power-play goal of the game gave them a 3-1 lead 6:30 into the third. With each goal, the sellout crowd of 17,565 Bruins faithful at the TD Garden roared louder. At golf courses across the continent, Toronto Maple Leafs must have felt the Habs pain during the third-period collapse. The Vancouver Canucks were probably also cringing at their summer retreats. It was the Bruins first four-goal period in the playoffs since a 5-2 decision over the Canucks in Game 6 of the 2011 Stanley Cup final. The win sends both teams to Montreal with the second-round playoff series tied at one game apiece. Game 3 is Tuesday at the Bell Centre. "The way we just battled back through, I felt, a lot of crap that we put up with today was pretty indicative of what our teams all about," said Boston coach Claude Julien. "It just shows that if you focus on the things you need to focus on, this is a pretty good team that can accomplish a lot." Asked to elaborate on what he meant by crap, Julien declined, saying "I think anybody who watched the game knows whats going on there." Thats coach-speak for bad officiating. The Bruins took nine penalties to the Canadiens six and were punished twice on the power play. One of those Boston penalties was a late second-period bench minor. "The referee -- I kind of told him that I didnt agree with his calls," said a straight-faced Julien, drawing laughter. Trailing 3-1 midway through the third period, Boston pulled even on goals by Dougie Hamilton at 10:56 and Patrice Bergeron at 14:17. Reilly Smith scored the go-ahead goal with 3:32 remaining and Milan Lucic added an empty-net goal to cap a remarkable comeback. "Weve got to look at the big picture," said Montreal coach Michel Therrien, looking slightly more morose than usual. "I thought we played really well for 50 minutes. Even in the third period, the first 10 minutes we were almost perfect." "We got some breaks last game and they got the breaks (today)," he added, referring to the Habs 4-3 double-overtime win in Game 1 on Thursday. "So theres no way to panic. Were going home. We know its going to be a long series. Were ready for that." But then he offered a glimpse of the emotions behind the calm mask. "It would have been nice, honestly," he said wistfully. "It would have been nice, because we were in a position to pick up two games here. It would have been a great accomplishment." Hamiltons shot through traffic, on Bostons second shot of the third period, started the comeback. Bergeron then scored on an angled shot that deflected in off defenceman Francis Bouillon. Bad coverage and a bad bounce was how Therrien saw the two goals. Torey Krug found Smith cruising in towards goal and the Bruins forward rifled a shot past Carey Price for Bostons third goal in five minutes 28 seconds. Lucics empty-net goal came with 66 seconds remaining. "They were playing desperate at the end of the game and they found a way to put it in the net," Price said. "Weve just got to regroup, realize what the situation were in, were in a good spot, and move forward." Up until the comeback, penalties and ill discipline had cost the Bruins, who led 1-0 after the first period before giving up three straight goals. The Canadiens, who went 2-for-3 on the power play in Game 1, were 2-for-6 this time out. "I think in the first and mainly the second period, emotions got the best of us," said Smith. "We spent way too much time in the penalty box. Youre not going to come out of the period with a lot of positives after that happens. "Third period, we tried to focus and regroup. After that second intermission, we tried to come out with a different outlook. Bill Walton Jersey. " On Thursday, Boston came back from 2-0 and 3-2 deficits before falling victim to a P.K. Subban shot in the second overtime. Smith, for one, knows that the Houdini approach to playoff wins is prowing off his mobility as he sk
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