World Darts champion Gerwyn Price has been ruled out of the 2021 Premier League.
The 17-night tournament gets underway at Milton Keynes' Marshall Arena on Monday night.
All players and officials involved were tested for Covid-19 on Sunday.
The 'Iceman' returned a positive test and will be replaced in the field by UK Open champion James Wade.
Wade is the highest-ranked player in the PDC Order of Merit not to have been included in the 10-strong line-up.
He will play Gary Anderson in the opening round of fixtures before facing Rob Cross on Tuesday evening.
World number one Gerwyn Price has been ruled out of the Unibet Premier League after testing positive for Covid-19, and will be replaced in the field by James Wade.
— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) April 5, 2021
The tournament runs from 5-22 April.
All other players and officials tested on Sunday returned negative test results.
Price, who became the first-ever Welshman to win the PDC World Championship in January, will now return home to enter a period of self-isolation in line with government guidelines, the PDC announced on Monday.