TWO-TIME world darts champion Gary Anderson will resume his quest for a third title tomorrow (Thursday). 

The Honest Toun ace, who lifted the trophy at Alexandra Palace in 2015 and 2016 and s runner-up at the 2017 tournament, saw off the challenge of veteran Paul Lim to book his place in the third round. 

Indeed, Lim came within one dart of a nine-dart finish in their match on Friday, only for the 63-year-old's final throw to fall narrowly outside double 12.

He was the first person to record a nine-darter at the World Championships in 1990 and it seemed history would repeat itself more than quarter of a century on. 

However, Anderson eventually prevailed 4-1 to set up a third round tie with Steve West. 

That match is expected to get under way some time after 7pm tomorrow (Thursday) and will be live on Sky Sports.