Tonight, Phil Taylor and Raymond van Barneveld will do battle for the 80th time when they meet in the Second Round of the World Matchplay at Winter Gardens. On what could be their final meeting, here's some stats and trivia surrounding the two darting giants.
In preparation for the 2017 Betway World Cup of Darts, which starts tonight, we've put together some statistics on the eight seeded teams to see how their World Cup history and current form compares. Netherlands go in as slight favourites ahead of Scotland, while reigning champions England are seeking a fifth title.
After fifteen weeks of top tungsten, we arrive at the 02 Arena for the play-offs as Michael van Gerwen, Peter Wright, Phil Taylor and Gary Anderson compete for the top prize. We round up the league phase and preview tonight's action.
In the final week of league action, the Premier League Darts visits Aberdeen, where last year Van Gerwen recorded the highest ever televised three-dart average. The Dutchman will battle with Wright for top spot here, whilst one final place at the 02 remains up for grabs.
Van Gerwen and Wright both secured play-off qualification in Birmingham last Thursday, but the remaining six players are still fighting for the final two spots as the action reaches Sheffield. Follow our preview and betting tips for night 14 of Premier League Darts.
Both Van Gerwen and Wright could mathematically secure their passage through to the play-offs tonight, as the Premier League Darts visits Birmingham. All remaining players still have a fighting chance of qualifying, as we bring you our statistical take on this week's fixtures.
Belfast is the venue for tonight's Betway Premier League Darts, and the Irish crowd will be treated to some tasty ties as we approach the climax of the 2017 season. The battle for the top four places remains as tight as ever, as Taylor and Chisnall both double up this week.
The race to the 02 Arena continues at full throttle tonight, as the 2017 Premier League Darts visits the Echo Arena in Liverpool. Scottish pair Gary Anderson and Peter Wright double up this week, whilst six-time winner Phil Taylor is seeking a fourth consecutive victory.
We're now at the business end of the 2017 Premier League Darts, with those all-important qualification places up for grabs. We preview all the match-ups, and using a wealth of data on historical match-ups and current form, provide our tips for the betting markets to consider.
With the 2017 World Darts Championship now underway, we focus in on the man who has dominated his profession in recent years, not least in 2016 where he racked up an astonishing 25 tournament victories.
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