Premier League Darts Week 4 Betting: Adrian Lewis To Get Off The Mark
This week the Premier League Darts road show rolls into Exeter and once again fans and punters can look forward to a cracking night of action. We are now into week four of the 2013 Premier League and already we are starting to get a feel for which players might be featuring at the business end of proceedings. At this stage three players remain unbeaten after three games with current World Champion Phil Taylor currently sitting pretty at the top of the table with two wins and a draw to his name.
Gary Anderson (6/5) v (Draw 10/3) Robert Thornton (6/4)
The first match of the night sees an all Scottish clash between Gary Anderson and Robert Thornton hit the stage. It promises to be a tight match as the betting suggests with the big scoring Anderson taking on the solid and consistent Robert Thornton who is making his debut in the Premier League. The result will depend on the ability of Anderson to hit the doubles with his scoring likely to be heavier than that of Thornton who will no doubt play is usual solid game on Thursday.
Andy Hamilton (4/1) v (Draw 4/1) Michael Van Gerwen (4/9)
Next up we see the in-form Michael Van Gerwen clash with the super solid Andy Hamilton in what promises to be a fascinating clash. Van Gerwen has only one once so far this season but he remains unbeaten and should have too much class for The Hammer in Exeter. Van Gerwen picked up a draw against Van Barneveld last week and he is as short as 9/4 with Paddy Power to win the tournament outright this year. Taking that into account we can't see past a win for MVG win here who is surely too good for a plucky Hamilton.
Phil Taylor (4/11) v (Draw 5/1) James Wade (9/2)
Phil Taylor meets James Wade in the third match of the night and there is no surprise to see the Power as the hot favourite here. The man from Stoke has found his best form again in 2013 winning the World title and starting the Premier League season in great style. James Wade is an experienced player these days who could well be a semi-final contender later in the season, but it would be a major surprise if he were to upset the Power this week despite being in decent form himself.
Adrian Lewis (11/10) v (Draw 7/2) Wes Newton (13/8)
The fourth match of the night sees two out-of-form players clash with Wes Newton and Adrian Lewis going head-to-head. The two of them have just 1 point between them and a win is a must for both players here if they are to avoid relegation. Lewis has been woeful so far this season to the surprise of many but he can be backed at 11/10 with Paddy Power Bookmakers to finally break his duck in 2013. Newton appears to have been over-rawed so far on his Premier League debut but he did pick up his first point last week which should have given him a timely boost.
Raymond Van Barneveld (Evens) v (Draw 7/2) Simon Whitlock (17/10)
The final match of the night looks set to be a cracker with fans favourite Raymond Van Barneveld set to go up against Aussie battler, Simon Whitlock. It is Van Barneveld who starts this one as the slight favourite but it has all the makings of a potential classic on Thursday night. The Dutchman seems to be playing somewhere near his best at the moment having won two of his three matches so far while Whitlock needs the win having just two points to his name so far this season.
Outright Premier League Darts Win Odds
13/8 Phil Taylor
9/4 Michael Van Gerwen
6/1 Raymond Van Barneveld
12/1 James Wade
18/1 Gary Anderson
18/1 Simon Whitlock
18/1 Robert Thornton
22/1 Andy Hamilton
33/1 Adrian Lewis
50/1 Wes Newton
All markets are supplied courtesy of Paddy Power.com
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