Eight places remain up for grabs at the 2020 Betfred World Matchplay heading into Sunday's final day of the Summer Series in Milton Keynes.

PDC stars have been in Players Championship action over the last four days, attempting to force their way into contention for the World Matchplay, which will take place behind closed doors at the Marshall Arena from July 18-26.

The 16 seeded players are now secure, though the order of positions 13-16 could still change on the final day of the Summer Series.

Eight players are guaranteed qualification for the prestigious tournament through the ProTour Order of Merit, with the final eight ProTour spots still to be finalised.

Ricky Evans provisionally occupies the final ProTour qualification place, with Ryan Searle needing to win at least three games on Sunday to stand a chance of forcing his way into a ProTour qualification position.

Kim Huybrechts would need at least a quarter-final berth to keep his hopes alive, Stephen Bunting would need at least a semi-final, while Steve West, Luke Humphries and John Henderson would all need to reach the final.

Devon Petersen heads a group of 15 players who would need to claim Sunday's title to stand a chance of qualifying for the World Matchplay.

World Matchplay race