The race is on to qualify for the 2023 BoyleSports World Grand Prix ahead of this weekend's German Darts Open (ET11).
With just two ranking events left to play before the qualification cut-off, a host of players are in the running to qualify for the double-start event.
Following the Hungarian Darts Trophy (ET12), which will take place from September 22-24, the 32-player field for the 2023 BoyleSports World Grand Prix will be confirmed.
The top 16 players from the PDC Order of Merit will qualify, the top eight of whom will be seeded, and they will be joined by 16 further qualifiers from the one-year ProTour Order of Merit.
The tables below show the latest standings in the race to the BoyleSports World Grand Prix, displaying each player's minimum prize money by the qualification cut-off date (September 24).
As it stands, Steve Beaton currently occupies the 16th ProTour Order of Merit qualification place. However, both he and Kim Huybrechts have not qualified for ET11 or ET12, meaning they are set to be overtaken.
Germany's Ricardo Pietreczko (qualified for ET11 and ET12) and rising Dutch star Gian van Veen (qualified for ET11 and ET12) lead the pack of players looking to snatch a place in the TV event.
The BoyleSports World Grand Prix will take place at Leicester's Morningside Arena from October 2-8, as 32 of the world's top stars compete for the prestigious title and £600,000 in prize money.
The tournament will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK, through the PDC's worldwide broadcast partners including DAZN and Viaplay, and on PDCTV (excluding subscribers based in the UK, Germany, Austria & Switzerland).