Betting Tips for the Smart Punter

Premier League Darts Week 13

Thursday’s matches:

Peter Wright v Phil Taylor

Raymond Barneveld v Gary Anderson

Adrian Lewis v Robert Thornton

James Wade v Michael Van Gerwen

Peter Wright v Gary Anderson

Just 3 more rounds to go before the semi final line up is confirmed and we’re looking to build on the profits we accumulated last week in Bournemouth.

Peter Wright is up against Phil Taylor in the first match and The Scot is currently struggling with his form. 2 losses on the bounce have left him adrift of the playoff places and it’s hard to see him making up ground tonight. Wright plays Anderson in the last match of the night also and we’re backing him to get precisely zero points for his efforts. A double on both Taylor and Anderson to beat Peter Wright pays about 11/8.

Barney plays Anderson in the 2nd game and once again we’re looking at the Most 180s market. Last week we backed Barney at a massive 7/4 to hit more 180s than Lewis and he obliged. We know just how good Anderson is at smashing the lipstick, but the bookies have once again underestimated Barney’s maximum ability. Both players have hit 38 180s in this year’s tournament so far (admittedly Anderson has played 1 games less) so odds of 2/1 on Barney hitting more tonight are just far too big to turn down.

Adrian Lewis currently occupies 4th spot in the table and has been around that position since week 5. He has been a consistent performer throughout this competition whereas his opponent tonight, Robert Thornton, certainly has not. Lewis is a standout best 10/11 with BetVictor to beat Thornton tonight and that is far to big. We make him closer to an 8/11 shot so take the 10/11 before it disappears.

Michael van Gerwen is a 4/9 shot to beat James Wade and we can’t argue with that. The bookies seem to have got all the 180s markets in line with what we think they should be so we’ll leave this game as a No Bet.

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