GERWYN Price and Gary Anderson go head-to-head in the last eight of the Grand Slam of Darts tomorrow tonight, a year after the Welshman beat his rival to the title at the end of a controversial final.

Markham’s Price, 34, was fined £21,500, reduced to £11,500 on appeal, for gamesmanship and bringing the sport of darts into disrepute for his behaviour in the final and his quarter-final.

Price won eight of the last 10 legs to defeat Scotland’s Anderson 16-13 in the showpiece event, becoming the first Welsh player to claim a PDC major in the process.

The two will meet again in Wolverhampton after Price thrashed Darren Webster 10-1 and two-time world champion Anderson edged out fellow Scot Robert Thornton 10-8.

Price averaged close to 100 against Webster and only allowed his opponent three shots at doubles throughout the match, controlling proceedings from start to finish.

“Darren was a bit flat, but I still had a job to do and I’m really glad I played well," said Price.

“He told me I was ruthless and I take that as a massive compliment because he is a class player.

"I’m really happy to get the job done and be in the quarter-finals."

Anderson added: “The way I’m going, I have no idea what’s going to come out, but I can guarantee you that I will be doing my absolute best on Saturday night.

“We’ll see how we go but hopefully he brings the best out of me. I’ll be giving everything so let’s see what happens.”