With three months to go until the start of the 2019 World Grand Prix, we take a look at who is provisionally in line to star in Dublin.

Tickets are still available for the Irish event, which will see a 32-player field competing from October 6-12 at the Citywest Convention Centre live on Sky Sports.

The top 16 players from the PDC Order of Merit will qualify for the World Grand Prix, and will be joined by 16 qualifiers from the one-year ProTour Order of Merit.

The top eight from the PDC Order of Merit will be seeded.

Below is how the list of provisional qualifiers currently stands, along with the list of remaining ranking events to play before the September 22 qualification cut-off.

Ranking events to play before September 22 cut-off:
Jul 16: Players Championship 19
Jul 17: Players Championship 20
Jul 20-28: Betfred World Matchplay
Aug 3:
Players Championship 21
Aug 4: Players Championship 22
Aug 30-Sep 1: Austrian Darts Championship (ET10)
Sep 6-8: European Darts Matchplay (ET11)
Sep 10: Players Championship 23
Sep 11: Players Championship 24
Sep 13-15: International Darts Open (ET12)
Sep 21: Players Championship 25
Sep 22: Players Championship 26

Provisional 16 seeds for World Grand Prix cut-off as of July 6:

Provisional PDC Order of Merit (PDC)

Provisional ProTour Order of Merit for World Grand Prix cut-off as of July 6:

Provisional ProTour Order of Merit (PDC)