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Want value in this week’s Premier League Darts? Then look no further

| 10.05.2017

We’re into the final week of the regular season of this year’s Premier League, with the PDC circuit heading to Aberdeen. And with the top four all but nailed on, we think we’ve picked out the best bet of the night.

It might be a fairly short price, but we’re confident it’ll land.

And failing that, we’ve thrown in a couple of top bets also worth considering…

Michael van Gerwen & Peter Wright both to win @ 15/8

Between them, MVG and Snakebite have won an impressive 18 of 30 matches in this season so far, and we’re fully expecting the pair to add another two points on Thursday night.

Up first is Wright, who faces Raymond van Barneveld. This pair drew in the league back in February, but Wright has since got the better of RVB at the UK Open, and looks good value to make it two wins on the bounce against the Dutchman.

Snakebite has breezed past Adrian Lewis, Phil Taylor and James Wade in recent weeks, and knows a victory would pile the pressure on Mighty Mike at the top of the table.

In fact, were he to win, he’d leapfrog MVG into first-place, meaning the Dutchman would have to respond by taking something from his match.

And he’ll come up against Gary Anderson – who’ll have the backing of every fan inside the GE Oil & Gas Arena.

But MVG relishes these games, and he’s certainly capable of playing through the expected boos. Priority for him is starting strong – do that and he’ll silence the crowd and should get the job done with relative ease.

He’s an 8/13 shot on his own, but we’re coupling that with a win for Wright against Barney.

Top Bets

Dave Chisnall v James Wade – Chisnall to hit over 4.5 180s @ Evens

Phil Taylor v Adrian Lewis – Lewis to win @ 9/4

Peter Wright v Raymond van Barneveld – RVB to throw highest checkout @ 6/5

Michael van Gerwen v Gary Anderson – Anderson to throw the most 180s @ 6/4

Click here for a full list of Premier League Darts odds.

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

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Alex Apati

Alex has been with the Ladbrokes PR team since 2017 having previously worked for the news department. From sparring with Peter Fury to talking interviews on the Duke and Duchess' baby names, he's covered a range of sports and novelty events.

A frustrated West Brom fan who is no stranger to an oche, Alex is originally from Dudley, although he's worked hard to rid himself of the Black Country twang.