Week nine of the Premier League takes place at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff on Thursday night.
With Kim Huybrechts and Jelle Klaasen eliminated a week before Judgement Night, attention will now turn to the race for the play-offs.
Raymond van Barneveld, Gary Anderson and Adrian Lewis all won last week as they search for a top-four spot alongside Michael van Gerwen and Peter Wright.
In our Premier League darts accumulator tips, a £1 bet will return over £61 if all four recommended bets come in.
Phil Taylor to throw more 180s than Jelle Klaasen @ 11/10
Taylor’s campaign is back on track after securing his first win in five matches in Manchester. ‘The Power’, despite regularly favouring 19, threw five maximums against Wright and, with injured Klaasen completing only one in a 7-5 defeat to Lewis, is a good price to win his 180s battle with the struggling Dutchman.
Gary Anderson and Adrian Lewis to draw @ 7/2
Lewis has a poor record in the Premier League against fellow former world champion Anderson, winning only one of his last five meetings. ‘The Jackpot’ has shown a return to form with three straight wins, though, and is set to take Anderson all the way.
James Wade to beat Raymond van Barneveld @ 7/5
Barney may have claimed three victories in a row, including following up his victory over Anderson in his homeland by ending Van Gerwen’s record 44-match televised unbeaten run in Manchester, but does not play well against Wade. The Dutchman has won only one of his last nine meetings against Wade in the Premier League and ‘The Machine’ is good value to continue his dominance over the 49-year-old.
Michael van Gerwen to beat Dave Chisnall, throw most 180s and complete highest checkout @ 17/10
Van Gerwen’s unbeaten streak may have ended but he has not lost to Chisnall in this competition, winning four and drawing one. The world champion hit nine 180s in two matches last week, with a highest checkout of 120, and is expected to take advantage of Chisnall’s rustiness having not featured at the Manchester Arena.
- Kim Huybrechts has pulled out of his clash with Peter Wright due to family reasons.