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13 Apr 2017 by TSZ

2017 Premier League Darts - Week 11 Preview

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CURRENT TABLE

Players in white signify those in the current play-off positions.

MATCH-UPS

Verdict & Betting Tips
Two power scorers should keep the callers busy in this one, so over 5.5 180's is surely a tempter here. Chisnall showed signs of improvement last week in his draw with Peter Wright, but having been 6-3 up, he will have been disappointed with the end result. Anderson slipped out of the promotion places in Dublin, so expect him to bring his A-game and edge a tight, high-scoring affair.

Prediction - Anderson win

Verdict & Betting Tips
In this battle between the top two, it's difficult to look past the Dutchman to extend his lead at the summit. He defied a 110 average from an inspired Wade last week to claim a narrow win, and looks every bit the champion-in-waiting. Wright will push him hard, and expect both to average in excess of 100 in a high-quality encounter.

Prediction - Van Gerwen win


Verdict & Betting Tips
This battle between two experienced Premier League players is a tough one to call, with both in good form and in the mix to qualify for the play-offs. RVB certainly has the edge in their previous Premier League meetings having won 13 of their 20 encounters, but Lewis claimed a morale-boosting victory over Gary Anderson last week and is fired up for this. In a match which could go the distance, consider the over 11.5 legs market.

Prediction - Draw


Verdict & Betting Tips
Three consecutive victories have pushed Taylor into the top four positions, but he will know that a slip-up here may well see him drop down again. The result of this match may depend on which James Wade turns up, as last week he turned in two contrasting performances (although lost both games). Taylor's more consistent form should see him prevail, but this could be a match with under 5.5 180's as both players sit at the bottom of that particular table.

Prediction - Taylor win


Verdict & Betting Tips
The final fixture of the evening promises to be a tasty affair between the two Scots at number two and three in the world. If Anderson doesn't pick up the points against Chisnall in his first match of the evening then he will look at this as a must win, whilst we know that Wright will put in the kind of quality performance that we have come to expect from the recent UK Open champion. In their first Premier League match this season, both players averaged over 100 and hit a ton plus checkout, and a repeat is a distinct possibility here.

Prediction - Draw

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