Chris Dobey in action at the William Hill World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace, London. Steven Paston/PA Wire.

Chris Dobey will play Gary Anderson in the second round of the World Series finale tonight in Glasgow. 

The Bedlington thrower set up a clash with Anderson after reeling off six straight legs to defeat the in form Mensur Suljovic on Friday night.

After going 3-0 down, he produced some solid darts – including 4 180s and 60 percent on the doubles – to progress.

Dobey told SportsByte that it was a “brilliant feeling” to win back on the big stage.

“It’s a brilliant feeling getting the win last night, and my darts are going nicely at the minute so hopefully this continues.”

Now looking forward this weekend, the Englishman will face a tough test in the form of his mentor Gary Anderson – in front of the Scotsman home crowd.

Dobey admitted though that he would have to be “on his game” if he is to have any chance of progressing past the world number three.

“To be honest I can’t wait to play tonight, I know the crowd will be against me but I’ll thrive off that.

“If I can just play like I know I can then it will be a good game between me and Gary for sure.

“I just have to make sure that I am on my game from the beginning, because I can’t afford to start slow against someone of his ability.”