Gerwyn Price holds the statistical edge over Gary Anderson going into Sunday's William Hill World Darts Championship final.
Following five matches piece, Price and Anderson see little difference in their tournament average, with the Welshman's 97.95 marginally ahead of Anderson's 97.41.
Price, though, has finished almost 44% of his darts at a double, compared to over 39% from Anderson - with the number three seed also having landed a 170 checkout amongst 20 ton-plus finishes.
Price has also landed 42 180s to Anderson's 33, although the Scot has required 26 less legs and six less sets in his run to a fifth Alexandra Palace final.
Anderson has also recorded two ton-plus averages to Price's one - with both topping the 100 mean score in their respective semi-final victories.