Breen is 20 points behind Kaur heading into the season finale where 42 points are up for grabs (25 points for victory plus one point for each fastest stage time recorded).
“I’m a young kid from Ireland that’s been in a difficult place for the last couple of years and to have this achievement under my belt, it wouldn’t even be just a dream it would be something that I couldn’t explain in words if I could pull it off,” said Breen. “To pull it off under the circumstances that I’m in now would be even sweeter. It’s a massive task ahead of me but we can only approach it with the most amount of confidence that’s possible and we’ll see what goes. The prize-money is life changing, so I want to do everything I can.”
Kaur, who has taken three wins to the solitary success managed by Breen this season, said: “It would be the biggest achievement of my career so far, and just to win and to come to the world arena would be just amazing. Also the prize would allow us to keep on going and keep on pushing and then go to the next level. So we try to go as fast as necessary as we have to follow what others are doing and then act accordingly.”