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Luke Littler shares his incredible pre-match routine, it's worked a treat

Luke Littler shares his incredible pre-match routine, it's worked a treat

16-year-old Luke Littler beat Rob Cross to reach the PDC World Darts Championship final.

Luke Littler had fans in stitches after revealing his incredible pre-match routine.

In his tournament debut, the 16-year-old sensation has become the youngest ever PDC World Darts Championship finalist after a 6-2 win over 2018 world champion Rob Cross.

Littler was a set down for his first time ever but kept his composure and produced another masterclass at Alexandra Palace.

It was his seventh consecutive victory and one that netted him a minimum of £200,000 in prize money.

Littler will take on the winner of the other semi-final between Luke Humphries and Scott Williams on Wednesday and will net £500,000 if he goes all the way.

Afterwards Littler spoke with maturity beyond his years but stressed that he would not be changing up his winning routine.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

His love of kebabs and vapes has been well-documented but since his debut, Littler makes sure he has the same two meals every day.

Asked if he is going to change up his approach on Sky Sports, Littler said: "Just do what I've been doing, in the morning go for my ham and cheese omelette.

"Come in here [Ally Pally], have my pizza and then go to the board. That's what I've done every day!"

What Littler is doing is almost inhuman for his age, recording a 106 average in his semi-final.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

Yet despite a whole new level of media attention and footballers even wanting pictures, he is calm and humble as can be.

"It's crazy to even think i'm in a world championship final in my debut," he added.

"I was happy winning one game but I could go all the way.

"I knew I was spending more time in London to play Andrew [Gilding'] the next day so my next target was spend Christmas with the family and come back and here I am in the final."

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Luke Littler, Darts