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Phil Taylor

Premier League Darts Betting is hotting up now with Phil Taylor clawing his way into contention in the top four. Taylor gained some revenge over Adrian Lewis for a loss earlier in the season, by taking a 7-4 win last week in Sheffield. Taylor will be the subject of this week’s big clash as well, as he now goes toe to toe in Aberdeen on Thursday night against leader Michael van Gerwen. The first Phil Taylor v Michael van Gerwen betting match-up earlier in the season ended in a resounding 7-0 victory for the Dutchman.

Both are trending well now in good form in the Premier League and this will be Taylor’s big shot at clawing his way even closer to the top spot after such a rough start to the season. The Power starts the game five points adrift of leader Mighty Mike. Van Gerwen is priced at 13/10 for the match win, with Taylor trading at 8/5 to pick up maximum points. Should be a fascinating battle and it is double duty for Van Gerwen this week as he also has to take on Adrian Lewis in the last game of the night. Van Gerwen is 5/6 favourite to win that game against Lewis at 13/5.

Adrian Lewis’s other match of the night sees him go up against Gary Anderson, who he starts the night level on points with. It has been a four match stretch now for Lewis without a win, while Anderson has taken two in the last three. Peter Wright, who had lost just the one match over the first half of the season, hit a major stumbling block last week as he lost both of his matches, going down against Raymond van Barneveld and Gary Anderson. Wright is still in the top four and could get his chance to pick up a win again as he takes on Chisnall. Wright is 11/10 favourite to take the match win.

Sitting in eighth, and therefore last place, is Robert Thornton who faces a big uphill struggle to make it into the top four at this rate. He has lost his last two on the bounce and has only managed the one win this season, all the way back on week 3. That’s seven matches without a win posted for him, and he goes as 5/2 underdog against Raymond van Barneveld (10/11) this week, the Dutchman looking to hold onto second spot.

2014 Premier League Darts Betting Outright Winner Odds
Michael van Gerwen 11/10, Phil Taylor 9/4, Adrian Lewis 10/1, Peter Wright 11/1, Raymond van Barneveld 11/1, Gary Anderson 14/1, Dave Chisnall 100/1, Robert Thornton 100/1

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April 14th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Sports Betting

Premier League Darts betting moves into the second phase of the season. Wes Newton and Simon Whitlock were relegated last week after finishing in the bottom two spots, leaving the remaining eight to scrap it out for the top four spots and a place at finals night. It is on to the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield this week, with Raymond van Barneveld and Peter Wright taking double shifts.

League leader Michael van Gerwen, who lost just one of his first nine matches, looks as if he will remain comfortable at the top of the pile as he takes on Robert Thornton, who was eighth at the halfway stage and only survived because of a better leg difference over Wes Newton. Mighty Mike is strong 1/2 favourite to take the win over Thornton at 6/1. Gerwen took a 7-5 win over the Scotsman when they met earlier in the season.

The big clash of the night is Phil Taylor v Adrian Lewis. The Power was crushed 7-3 by Lewis earlier in the season, and so is out for revenge. Taylor looks to have put a shaky start behind him and now is four matches unbeaten, winning three of those. He goes as Even money favourite to take down Lewis, who is actually unbeaten in five now, but has drawn four of those, including the last three on the bounce.

Peter Wright will be hoping to keep up his assault on a place at finals night, as he heads into action this week in second place. Like Van Gerwen he has lost just the one game and he goes back into action against Gary Anderson who he beat 7-5 last week in Cardiff. Wright is trading at 5/4, with Anderson at 8/5 to win the match, and Wright is on double duty as he takes on Raymond Barneveld in the final match of the night. Barneveld has drawn his last five matches on the bounce and is Even money to beat Dave Chisnall in his first match of the night and at 6/4 to take the win over Wright to close the evening out.

2014 Premier League Darts Outright Winner Odds at Paddy Power
Michael van Gerwen 11/10, Phil Taylor 5/2, Adrian Lewis 11/2, Peter Wright 7/1, Raymond van Barneveld 16/1, Gary Anderson 25/1, Dave Chisnall 66/1, Robert Thornton 80/1

Online betting site Paddy Power offer some great coverage on your Premier League Darts betting thanks to their Money Back Special. If any match ends in a draw, then Paddy Power will refund all losing Correct Score bets placed on that game. The last five weeks has produced at least one draw on the night. New customers opening an account with Paddy Power can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus, the bookie matching the value of your initial stake.


April 9th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Simon Whitlock (Australia)

2014 Premier League darts betting heads to the halfway stage of the season this week, and it is crunch time for the bunch looking over their shoulders nervously at the bottom two. Following Thursday’s round of matches at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff, the bottom two will get relegated, leaving the remaining eight to duke it out over the second half of the season for a top four finish which will send them through the finals night.

Australia’s Simon Whitlock has already been relegated and so even if the Wizard manages to pull off a shock win over Michael van Gerwen on Thursday, it wouldn’t do him any good. The table-topping Gerwen is likely going to be strong for Whitlock and the Dutchman is 2/7 favourite to win his match.

Starting the week in the other relegation spot is Wes Newton and he takes on Dave Chisnall on Thursday night in a massive relegation scrap. Both players have the same points on the board, but Chisnall has a better leg-difference of eight over Newton, so Newton needs to bust out a win here somehow. He has actually won twice this season, where Chisnall has only taken one win. Newton is 9/5 to take the victory, with Chisnall at 5/4.

Also level on points with Chisnall and Newton is Robert Thornton who has a tough match as he takes on Phil Taylor. So the Scotsman need a win, but will really be hoping that Newton loses against Chisnall because Thorton has a massive leg-difference advantage over Newton. So if they both finish level on points, Newton will probably tumble.

Taylor, after an indifferent season has done enough to secure himself a place in the second half of the season, sitting on seven points. Even if he loses to Thornton, he’s not going to take the drop, no matter what happens in the Chisnall v Newton match. There’s a heavyweight clash between Adrian Lewis (6/5) and Raymond van Barneveld (28/17) in the top four. The night’s other match sees second placed Peter Wright, who lost for the first time last week against Van Gerwen, take on Gary Anderson.

2014 Premier League Darts Outright Winner Odds at Paddy Power
Michael van Gerwen 11/10, Phil Taylor 11/4, Adrian Lewis 5/1, Peter Wright 8/1, Raymond van Barneveld 14/1, Gary Anderson 16/1

Online betting site Paddy Power offer some great coverage on your Premier League Darts betting thanks to their Money Back Special. If any match ends in a draw, then Paddy Power will refund all losing Correct Score bets placed on that game. A word to the wise, there has been seven drawn matches in the last three weeks! New customers opening an account with Paddy Power can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus, the bookie matching the value of your initial stake.


April 1st, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Sports Betting

It was a night of drawn matches last week in the Premier League of Darts, with three of the five matches between drawn. 2014 Premier League darts betting this week moves on to the 02 in Dublin and this is the penultimate night of action before the bottom two in the table get relegated. So the pressure is on and the night’s big match will be Phil Taylor v Raymond van Barneveld.

It has been a rough ride for Taylor this season, with just three wins from his seven played so far, but he posted a 7-1 win over Wes Newton last week to climb out of the drop zone. He’s still only a point clear though and will be looking to consolidate against his old rival. Barneveld is lodged inside the top four having suffered just the one defeat all season and the big Dutchman Will be looking for more points to put him near the top of the table.

Taylor is priced up at 4/7 with Paddy Power to beat Barneveld, the Dutchman drawing his last two matches. There was a change at the top after last week’s round of matches, with Michael van Gerwen taking over supremacy again but only on leg difference over Peter Wright. Wright still remains the only unbeaten player in the Premier League this season, and it was he who held Barneveld to a tie last week in Leeds.

Van Gerwen and Wright will square off in Dublin in what should be a great ding-dong duel. Wright has been impressive this season on his Premier League debut, having beaten Phil Taylor and Adrian Lewis along the way. But he goes as 10/3 underdog against Michael van Gerwen this week. Mighty Mike is priced up at 4/7 to pick up the points and pull himself clear at the top of the table.

The week’s other matches sees Gary Anderson take on Wes Newton, Adrian Lewis face dave Chisnall and West Newton v Simon Whitlock. The last match on the card is a battle between the bottom two in the pile. Whitlock has managed just the three points all season, with Newton on five, but in the drop zone because of being worse off than Dave Chisnall in leg difference.

2014 Premier League Darts Outright Winner Odds at Paddy Power
Michael van Gerwen 11/10, Phil Taylor 7/2, Adrian Lewis 11/2, Peter Wright 8/1, Raymond van Barneveld 16/1

Online betting site Paddy Power offer some great coverage on your Premier League Darts betting thanks to their Money Back Special. If any match ends in a draw, then Paddy Power will refund all losing Correct Score bets placed on that game. A word to the wise, there has been seven drawn matches in the last three weeks! New customers opening an account with Paddy Power can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus, the bookie matching the value of your initial stake.


March 24th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Sports Betting

It is hard to have not gotten swept up in all the thrills of 2014 Premier League Darts betting, because it has been full of surprises and wide open this year. Debutant Peter Wright still tops the table after six weeks of action, remaining unbeaten with four wins and two draws in an impressive season. The Scotsman kept his fantastic season going with a comprehensive 7-3 win over Simon Whitlock last week in Nottingham.

The action moves on to Leeds this week, and after this round, there will be just two games each left for the players before the bottom two of the ten get relegated ahead of the second half of the season. Phil Taylor is one of the men in danger of taking the drop, in a big shock for the season. Taylor took a 7-5 win over Dave Chisnall last week, only his second victory of the season, but has closed the gap on some of those above him.

Taylor takes on Wes Newton this week and odds on at 5/11 to pick up the points, while the table topping Peter Wright squares off against Raymond van Barneveld in the night’s big match. Not too much to split the two players in that match, with Wright At 5/4 and Barneveld at 8/5 respectively to take the win. Barneveld has been ticking along nicely, only taking the one defeat this season and will draw level on points with Wright if the Dutchman takes a win.

Barneveld’s  compatriot Michael Van Gerwen got back to winning ways last week, thumping Wes Newton 7-1. Mighty Mike goes up against Gary Anderson this week, with the Scotsman looking for a win which could put him in the top four. In the night’s other matches, Adrian Lewis faces off against Robert Thornton, while Dave Chisnall faces Simon Whitlock.

2014 Premier League Darts Betting Outright Winner Odds at Paddy Power
Michael van Gerwen Evens, Phil Taylor 4/1, Adrian Lewis 9/2, Raymond van Barneveld 14/1, Gary Anderson 20/1, Dave Chisnall 50/1, Robert Thornton 50/1, Wes Newton 100/1. Simon Whitlock 100/1

Online betting site Paddy Power offer some great coverage on your Premier League Darts betting thanks to their Money Back Special. If any match ends in a draw, then Paddy Power will refund all losing Correct Score bets placed on that game. A word to the wise, there has been four drawn matches in the last two weeks! New customers opening an account with Paddy Power can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus, the bookie matching the value of your initial stake.

 


March 19th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Peter Wright (England)

Well, we think that you should give up on trying to predict what Phil Taylor is going to produce in 2014 Premier League Darts betting this season. The Power crumbled again last week, losing out 5-7 against Gary Anderson. That has left Taylor still in the relegation zone alongside Simon Whitlock. Strangely enough, Taylor is still second favourite to win the tournament outright, but frankly that doesn’t look to much of a viable bet right now. Taylor takes on Dave Chisnall this week, who is just two points ahead of him in the standings, so this will be the time for The Power to lay down some authority. But Paddy Power only have Taylor at 8/11 to win the match against Chisnall’s 11/4.

Scotland’s Peter Wright did enough last week in a 6-6 draw against Robert Thornton to hold on to top spot in the Premier League. The unbeaten Wright should have the chance to stay there too as he takes on Simon Whitlock who is rock bottom of the pile this season. The Aussie only picked up his first win of the season last week over Robert Thornton. Michael van Gerwen who has lost one and drawn one of his last two games gets a run out against Wes Newton, while Adrian Lewis, who hit back with a good bit of form last week in Exeter to hold Van Gerwen to a tie, takes on Gary Anderson who is streaking with back to back wins.

In the night’s other match at the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham, Raymond van Barneveld takes on Robert Thornton. It has been an action packed Premier League Darts betting season, simply because it suddenly looks more wide open and unpredictable as it has ever been. If Taylor starts pulling his socks up then it will get even more interesting. The bottom two of the ten get relegated after everyone has played each other once.

It was a big week for drawn matches last week, with the night’s first three games all ending square at 6-6. So it is worth heading to online betting site Paddy Power and looking at their darts betting promotion. If any match ends in a draw, then they will refund all losing Correct Score bets on that game. New customers opening an account with Paddy Power can also get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus too.

2014 Premier League Darts Betting Outright Winner Odds at Paddy Power
Michael Van Gerwen 6/5, Adrian Lewis 11/2, Phil Taylor 11/2, Peter Wright 8/1, Raymond van Barneveld 14/1, Gary Anderson 16/1, Dave Chisnall 40/1, Robert Thorn In 50/1, Wes Newton 80/1, Simon Whitlock 80/1


March 13th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Sports Betting

Week five of 2014 Premier League Darts betting heads to the Westpoint Arena in Exeter and the clash of the night should be the battle between Adrian Lewis v Michael van Gerwen. Outright favourite to top the league and win the Premier League Darts title this year, Van Gerwen took a surprise loss last week as he was outgunned by his fellow countryman Raymond van Barneveld 7-5. That snapped his unbeaten streak to the new season and also cost him top spot. His opponent this week, Adrian Lewis, started the season with a bang but the has hit the skids with back to back defeats.

Both will be wanting a comeback performance this week and Van Gerwen is edging favouritism for the match at 10/11, with Lewis at 21/20 with paddy Power. The man of the moment is debutant Peter Wright who is the only man left unbeaten for the season. He continued a great start to the season with a 7-2 win over Gary Anderson last week, taking his record to three wins and a draw for the season.

Phil Taylor, who lost his opening three matches of the season will be hoping to get up a head of steam after crushing Simon Whitlock last week for his first points of the term. He takes on Scotsman Gary Anderson this week, who has clocked up two wins and two defeats so far in his campaign. Taylor, despite his troubles this season takes favouritism.

The turnaround in events last week, with Taylor winning and Lewis losing, means that there has a been a bit of a shift in the outright Premier League Darts winner betting market. Taylor has reclaimed spot of second favourite at a price of 3/1 behind Van Gerwen at 5/4,w ith Lewis drifting out to 5/1. Taylor also moved back into second place in the To Top The League market at 13/2, again behind Michael van Gerwen at 4/6.

Premier League Darts Outright Winner Odds at Paddy Power
Michael van Gerwen 5/4, Phil Taylor 3/1, Adrian Lewis 5/1, Peter Wright 8/1, Raymond van Barneveld 12/1, Gary Anderson 25/1, Bar 50/1

Online betting site paddy Power run great betting coverage on Premier League Darts betting. If any Premier league match happens to end in a draw, then the bookmaker will refund all losing Correct Score bets on that match. New customers registering an account with online betting site paddy Power can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus too!

 


March 5th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Sports Betting

Premier League darts betting heads to Glasgow this week and things are looking pretty wide open this season. The big match this week is actually between the bottom two players, and that is shockingly Phil Taylor v Simon Whitlock. Neither player has won a match so far and have posted exactly the same record of just seven legs won and 21 conceded.

Phil Taylor lost against Peter Wright last week, despite posting a higher three dart average than his opponent in the game. Very strange to see him struggle after being so rock solid for so many years in the Premier League of Darts. Taylor is trading at a price of 5/11 to beat Whitlock who is up at 4/1 to topple The Power.

The only man in league with a 100% record so far is Michael van Gerwen, who just keeps powering on. He’ll square off against Raymond van Barneveld in an all-Dutch affair. Barneveld is doing alright, having won two and lost one and bounced back to winning form last week with a 7-4 victory over Simon Whitlock. Van Gerwen is trading at 8/15 to beat Barneveld, who is at 5/4 to grab the match win.

Peter Wright hasn’t found life in the Premier League of Darts overwhelming, having posted two wins and a draw so far from his three games. He scored that big win last week against Phil Taylor, which should help him settle into his debut season after more, building on a win over West Newton and a draw against Dave Chisnall. Surprisingly, his opponent this week, Adrian Lewis took a heavy hit last week, going down 7-2 against Wes Newton after starting the match as heavy favourite. Lewis had opened the season with back to back wins. Signs of his inconsistency creeping back in?

This week’s other games sees Robert Thornton v Wes Newton and Dave Chisnall v Gary Anderson. The way the early season is going, it is looking as if Mighty Mike (van Gerwen) is going to be handed the title, simply by the chasing pack taking too many points off each other. The Dutchman is favourite in both outright winner and To Top The League markets, while bookmakers are finally reacting and starting to drift the price of Phil Taylor coming out trumps in either market.

2014 Premier League Darts Outright Winner Betting Odds
Michael van Gerwen 6/5, ADrian Lewis 4/1, Phil Taylor 4/1, Peter Wright 14/1, Raymond van Barneveld 16/1, Dave Chisnall 25/1, Gary Anderson 28/1, Roberto Thornton 28/1, West Newton 80/1, Simon Whitlock 80/1

Online betting site paddy Power run great betting coverage on Premier League Darts betting. If any Premier league match happens to end in a draw, then the bookmaker will refund all losing Correct Score bets on that match. New customers registering an account with online betting site paddy Power can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus too!


February 25th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Phil Taylor

The early stages of the 2014 Premier League Darts season has been pretty exciting, with Phil Taylor losing both of his opening matches and currently sitting in the relegation zone. Early stages of course and at least he has gotten two tough matches out of the way, so there is a chance for him to start rebuilding and getting back in the mix of things. Taylor takes on the unbeaten Peter Wright this week as the action moves on to Belfast on Thursday.

Taylor lost his opening match 7-0 against Michael van Gerwen and then stumbled badly against last week going down 7-3 to Adrian Lewis. He’s favoured to bounce back this week though, but Peter Wright has scored one win over Wes Newton and took a draw against Dave Chisnall last week. Big step up in level of opposition for him here though and will be lining up as underdog against The Power.

Adrian Lewis will look to make it three wins from three this season as he squares off against West Newton who has opened the season with one win and one defeat. Lewis actually looks pretty strong at the moment and shouldn’t have too many troubles here. Michael van Gerwen is level on points with him at the top of the league table heading into week three and will be looking to keep his strong start going as he is odds on favourite against Dave Chisnall.

The other matches this week involved Robert Thornton v Gary Anderson and Raymond van Barneveld v Simon Whitlock. But all eyes really are going to be on Phil Taylor here. Still the bookmaker haven’t moved him from second favourite behind Van Gerwen in the outright winner market, but Adrian Lewis has been trimmed very close to The Power’s price right now and the latter makes the stronger bet.

Michael van Gerwen still heads up the League Winner Market at odds of 4/5 and Lewis moved into 3/1 second favourite after last week’s result, leaving Phil Taylor at a relatively distant price of 4/1 to grab top spot in the league. The top four at the end of the league matches move ahead to the final night knockouts to shoot of the Premier League title.

Online betting site Paddy Power are running some great insurance on Premier League Darts betting. If any match ends in a draw then the bookmaker will refund all losing Correct Score bets on that game. It’s always worth grabbing some coverage on your betting if you can find it, and this is nice insurance to have with your for Thursday night’s matches. New customers registering an account with online betting site Paddy Power can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus.


February 19th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Sports Betting

Well, Premier League Darts betting looks as if it is going to be very interesting this season in looking at the Week 1 results. Phil Taylor was battered into submission in a 7-0 defeat against Michael van Gerwen, and that was on the back of the bookies not knowing which way to swing in prices before the players stepped out to the oche. Van Gerwen headed into the 2014 Premier League Darts as favourite anyway, and Mighty Mike’s performance last week, just solidified that.

Online betting site Paddy Power are running a Money Back Special for your Premier League Darts betting. If a game ends up as a draw, then the bookie will refund your Correct Score bets on the game. Nice bit of coverage to have on your site for Thursday’s action.

Still, bookmakers haven’t reacted too much in the Premier League Darts Outright winner market, with Phil Taylor holding firm as second favourite at 5/2, behind Van Gerwen and his 7/5  favouritism.

It is off to Bournemouth and the BIC on Thursday, February 13th for the second week of action. The Power again will be involved in the highlight match of the night as he goes up against his “apprentice” Adrian Lewis. Lewis posted a big win himself last week, taking a 7-1 win over Australia’s Simon Whitlock, and will be hoping to build on that success and nail down some consistency this season in the league. Lewis also posted the highest checkout of week 1, a 130 finish.

In Adrian Lewis v Phil Taylor betting, the odds are pretty tight, with Lewis at 6/4 and Taylor at 5/4. There was time when those prices would never have been so close, so it’ll be interesting to see where bettors head to this time around. Will they support Taylor to fight back once more as he has done so often in recent years, or will they get behind Lewis to pile the pressure on The Power?

Other games of the night in Premier League Darts betting this week are Wes Newton v Raymond van Barneveld, Dave Chisnall v Peter Wright, Gary Anderson v Simon Whitlock and Robert Thornton v Michael van Gerwen.

Premier League Darts Outright WInner Odds
Michael van Gerwen 13/10, Phil Taylor 5/2, Adrian Lewis 7/2, Peter Wright 14/1, Raymond van Barneveld 16/1, bar 25/1

Premier League Darts To Top League Betting
Michael van Gerwen Evens, Phil Taylor 11/4, Adrian Lewis 7/2, Peter Wright 16/1, Raymond van Barneveld 25/1, Dave Chisnall 25/1, bar 33/1


February 11th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting










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