Luke Littler recently became the youngest-ever player to make it to the final of the PDC World Darts Championship after beating Rob Cross 6-2.

He will now face off against Luke Humphries as the pair battle it out at the Ally Pally in London for the sport's biggest honour - the Sid Waddell Trophy.

With only hours to go before they compete, many will be wondering what the odds are that Luke Littler will make history by becoming the youngest winner of the World Championship.

When will the World Darts Championship final between Luke Humphries and Luke Littler take place?

The showdown between Luke Humphries and Luke Littler at the Ally Pally will take place tonight (Wednesday, January 3) from 8pm.

A stream of this match will be available on Sky Sports from 7:30pm.

Will Luke Littler win the World Darts Championship? 

The odds that Luke Littler will win the World Darts Championship currently sit at 5/6, according to the Betfred.

The teen sensation was previously given 4/6 odds to beat Rob Cross before storming his way to the final.

Luke Humphries on the other hand is the favourite to win the Sid Waddell Trophy with odds of 8/11.

Both players have set historic performances during the competition with the two averaging 106.05 and 108.74 respectively.

Despite Luke Humphries being the favourite among bookies, Littler has continued to impress fans and pundits.

During his last match against Rob Cross, 'Luke the Nuke' thew 16 180s before securing his 6-2 victory.

The final is likely to prove to be one of Littler's most challenging matches yet with what has been described as a "more favourable run" set to come to an end.