2020 Unibet Premier League Darts – Glen Durrant vs Nathan Aspinall Preview & Prediction
When is Glen Durrant vs Nathan Aspinall taking place? Thursday 27th February, 2020 – evening (UK)
Where is Glen Durrant vs Nathan Aspinall taking place? 3Arena
What channel is Glen Durrant vs Nathan Aspinall on? Sky Sports Action
Where can I stream Glen Durrant vs Nathan Aspinall? Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match via Sky Go
Where can I get tickets for Glen Durrant vs Nathan Aspinall? Click here to purchase tickets for the 2020 Premier League Darts
What was the score in the last meeting? Glen Durrant beat Nathan Aspinall 5-0
- Glen Durrant defeated Gary Anderson in Cardiff last Thursday night to move to the top of the Premier League table with two wins and a draw from his opening three matches of his debut campaign in the competition.
- The clinical finishing from Durrant was very evident in his victory against Anderson as he ended the match with a checkout percentage of 54% and never lost a leg in which he had a dart at a double.
- Duzza produced some good performances last Saturday at Players Championship 5 where he reached the quarter-finals before losing to the eventual champion Peter Wright, who was in outstanding form. At Players Championship 6 on Sunday, he lost in the last 32 to Devon Petersen who averaged almost 105 in their encounter.
- Nathan Aspinall bounced back from his loss against Rob Cross in Nottingham by impressively defeating world number one Michael van Gerwen 7-5 on night three with an average of 101.12.
- Despite having led 4-2, Aspinall had to come from behind to win the match after Van Gerwen had edged in front at 5-4. Undeterred, a strong finish from Aspinall saw him claim the final three legs of the encounter.
- The Asp lost in last-leg deciders in each of the two Players Championship tournaments last weekend, with a defeat against Gabriel Clemens on Saturday followed by an exit against Stephen Bunting on Sunday.
These two Premier League debutants will be very happy at their haul of points from the opening three rounds of the campaign and they come into this match having earned notable wins in Cardiff, with Durrant beating Anderson and Aspinall defeating Van Gerwen. It’s very hard to separate them in terms of quality and it could well be a match that goes the distance and ends in a draw. Aspinall most 180s and a checkout of 118.5 from either player also look like strong possibilities.