The Unibet Darts Premier League – Bookies Favourite 4

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Michael van Gerwen is chasing a third Premier League title in a row, the reigning league winner will take some stopping.

MVG made his debut in the Premier League back in 2013, since then he has topped the league phase for five years in a row, winning three titles and reaching the final on all five occasions.
Van Gerwen will be looking to bounce back after his dramatic sudden-death defeat to Rob Cross in the World Championship semi-finals.
This ended his incredible unbeaten run which dated back to October, but he’ll still take some stopping this year, and is the bookies favorite at 7/4 to win the league.

Peter Wright will be looking for redemption after last year’s Premier League heartbreak.

The man they call ‘Snakebite’ suffered anguish in last years final when he failed to maximize six match darts against Van Gerwen. 2017 was Peter Wrights best year winning 11 titles, including his maiden TV major at the UK Open.
Snakenite is one of the most consistent performers on tour and he will be confident of making the play-offs for just the second time in his Premier League career, bookies have Peter Wright at 9/1 to win the league.

Rob Cross, if this time last year you heard that name, you would be forgiven for asking Rob who?

Cross only, 12 months was preparing to turn professional and now he is a world champion with a lucrative spot in the 2018 Premier League.
2017 was unreal for Rob, Four Players Championship titles on the Pro Tour circuit, he also reached his maiden TV final at the European Championship. Alexandra Palace, was the unreal ending to an unreal year for him, defeating Van Gerwen in a semi-final classic, before thrashing Taylor with an imperious display in the final, bookies make Rob Cross 2nd favourite at 7/2

Gary Anderson will be eager for his third Premier League title as he makes his eighth consecutive appearance in this event.

In his debut Premier League season in 2011 “The Flying Scotsman” beat Adrian Lewis to clinch the league title, before defeating Michael van Gerwen in a thrilling 2015 final.
Anderson’s best appearance in a ranking major in 2017 saw him reach the Grand Slam semi-finals, but he also won three World Series titles throughout the year.

The Scot has made the Premier League play-offs for four straight years and he’ll be strongly fancied to extend that run in 2018, bookies make Gary Anderson 3rd favourite at 6/1

Odds correct on 30/1/18.

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