Michael van Gerwen and Gary Anderson red hot in the Premier League right now
There have been seven weeks of Premier League darts in 2015 and a double on Gary Anderson and Michael van Gerwen would have obliged on four occasions thus far.
Therefore, the 6/4 with Sky Bet about the two best players in the world winning their matches on Thursday night looks half-decent if you’re looking to boost your cash by 150%.
Anderson is playing Stephen Bunting who has gone unbeaten in his past three matches to show his class, although how the scouser will cope with an in-form Scotsman in front of an intimidating crowd in Dublin remains to be seen.
As for Van Gerwen, there are no gimmes in the Premier League although the Dutchman has won five of his seven matches and faces compatriot Raymond van Barneveld.
Barney produced magic to beat Phil Taylor last week although last year’s winner of the Premier League has been blowing hot and cold this year and we’re fairly confident that the 6/4 double will pay out.
The night kicks off with Adrian Lewis facing Dave Chisnall and Jackpot can’t be backed considering the Stoke player has failed to win in six matches.
Chizzy has four wins from his seven matches played although two straight defeats means that this match is worth leaving alone.
Peter Wright goes up against James Wade, with little between the two players although it’s worth noting that Snakebite has not lost since Week 2.
Coral offer a stick-out 15/8 about the Scot and that is a tasty price considering that Wade has tasted defeat a couple of times in the tournament thus far.
Perhaps the best “value outsider” bet comes in the final match of the night where Kim Huybrechts will be looking to cause a stir against Phil Taylor.
The Power has lost three matches this year already and his Belgian opponent seems to have caught several of his opponents on a good night.
Huybrechts needs a victory to give himself a chance of avoiding relegation and 9/2 is pretty chunky about the Premier League rookie.
We also really like the 6/5 about Kim getting home with a +2.5 leg handicap considering that he simply needs to get to five before Taylor gets to seven. He’s done it four of the last five occasions!
All odds were correct at time of posting.