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Premier League Darts: Native Anderson to delight Glasgow crowd

| 27.03.2013

Another night of enthralling action is in store as Glasgow prepares to host the latest renewal of Premier League Darts fixtures.

And we believe we have picked out three winners to bring punters a 6/1 payout.

First, we take Adrian Lewis to thrive in what is sure to be a hostile atmosphere in Scotland, and continue his resurgence in the table.

Threatened with slipping out of the competition before the play-off stage, Lewis must build on a recent improvement that has seen him avoid defeat in his last three outings.

He has won two of those bouts, with one of those victories coming against table-topper Michael van Gerwen, and as such, we take him to overcome Andy Hamilton at 6/5.

Hamilton himself is in decent form, winning his last two matches, but with Lewis’ need for victory more pressing, we take him to continue his resurgence here.

And his former mentor Phil Taylor accounts for the second leg of our treble, after getting back on track with a 7-2 demolition of Wes Newton in his last match.

The triumph represented Taylor’s first in three weeks, but after becoming better acclimatised with his new darts, the finest player to ever play the sport can record a second successive triumph here.

Raymond van Barneveld stands in his way of justifying 4/6 odds, and the Power’s 45 wins from 57 encounters between the pair suggests the Dutchman may be easy prey.

Finally, we choose Gary Anderson, buoyed by the support of a vociferous home crowd, to overcome Newton at 10/11 as the third leg of our selections.

Anderson was bested by Van Gerwen last week, but in fairness to the Scot, it is likely that anyone would have succumbed to such a scintillating performance from his Dutch counterpart.

And after already conquering Taylor in this year’s tournament, we confide in the 2011 Premier League champion to pick up another crucial victory against rock-bottom competition debutant Newton.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.



John Klee