Premier League Darts Betting Tips
🕗 Thursday 18th of May, 19:00 GMT
Here we have a preview of the night’s lineup for tonight’s Premier League Darts and we have also included a couple of betting tips and an accumulator for you.
On Thursday Night, we have an intriguing lineup in the Premier League of Darts. This week of Darts is the final chance for Jonny Clayton or Nathan Aspinall to make it into the top four. Gerwyn Price, Michael Smith and Michael Van Gerwen have already certified their spot in the top four and will be going into finals night. The final round of darts is being played in Aberdeen.
The winners of the semi-finals will then go on to compete for £10,000 at the end of the night. All of the games are the best of 11 legs. The players get two points per semi-final finish, three points per runner-up finish, and five points per final win.
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Quarter Final Matches In Aberdeen
The first game of week sixteen we see Gerwyn Price take on Peter Wright.
The second match of the night is very much the one to keep an eye on as we see Jonny Clayton take on Nathan Aspinall and these are the two players battling it out for that fourth and final spot in the league standings which would mean a place at finals night.
In the third matchup of the evening, we see in form and last weeks winner, Michael Smith take on Dimitri Van De Bergh. Smith has also already qualified for finals night.
The final game of the night’s quarter finals sees Michael Van Gerwen take on Chris Dobey with MVG having already qualified.
Gerwyn Price V Peter Wright
Currently the Welshman is sat at the top of the Premier League standings and is three points clear of Michael Smith in second. Peter Wright has struggled in the Premier League this year. The Scotchman has only registered nine points in the fifteen weeks of darts played.
In the last three meetings between the two, the Scotchman has beaten the world number four on two occasions.
Jonny Clayton V Nathan Aspinall
This matchup is most definitely the biggest game of the night. Nathan Aspinall is in fifth place and has accumulated twenty-two points over the course of the fifteen weeks. Jonny Clayton is currently sat in fourth place on twenty-four points. Both players will be looking to win this game to give them the best chance of finishing in the top four and to make finals night.
Michael Smith V Dimitri Van De Bergh
Bully Boy has already qualified for the top four. He’ll be looking to carry on his momentum going into finals night, which will be played at the O2 in London next Thursday evening. On the other hand, the Belgian is in seventh place and has only managed to get eleven points in the league. Michael Smith has won the last five meetings against Dimitri Van De Bergh.
Michael Van Gerwen V Chris Dobey
The Dutchman has already qualified for the top four but could push himself into second place, if he was to win the mini-tournament on the night. Chris Dobey is now sat in sixth place on just fourteen points. Both players have been victorious twice, in the last four times they have met.
Having a bet on the darts?
If you are interested in some betting tips or an accumulator for this intriguing night of darts, our accumulator is at the top of this article for you.
If you fancy Nathan Aspinall to win this week’s mini-tournament, Bet365 are offering an attractive 12/1 for Aspinall to be the week sixteen winner.
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