Premier League Darts 2013 Night Four (Exeter) Premium Picks

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Premier League Darts 2013 Night Four (Exeter) Premium Picks.

Not the best night on the oche last week, I found the darts to be just a little bit boring. Well, Anderson/Hamilton aside. Last week exposed the weaknesses of the new Premier League format, as well as an obnoxious crowd which made the viewing almost unbearable. Sour grapes because of the results? Of course not. I think the “fans” that have been going to televised events (on Sky) have been getting worse over the past couple of years, and now want to go for a piss-up and get their mug/fancy dress outfit on camera while getting tanked on overpriced lager more than the darts. But I digress…

If you’ve subscribed for Premier League Darts Premium Picks, you get the entire Premier League Darts season included, and remember, it’s a marathon, not a sprint! Last week they went 1-4, with a nice profit of +0.49 units.

Robert Thornton Vs Gary Anderson.

An all-Scotland affair, and both men need a win. While Robert Thornton is undefeated, he does have two draws to his name. Anderson has one win, two defeats and really does need to get back to form. Maybe tonight? Possibly, but Thornton is playing well, and won’t make it easy.

Over 6.5 180s in Thornton Vs Anderson match: Evens @

Recommend: 2 units.

Andy Hamilton Vs Michael van Gerwen

The last two losers in PDC World Championship Finals – and two contrasting styles. Grinder versus flair. Hamilton has been playing very solid darts, while Van Gerwen has been doing what is expected of him, and won the two UK Open Qualifiers in Crawley over the weekend. The Dutchman is in form and will fancy a big win here.

Over 6.5 180s in Hamilton Vs Van Gerwen match: 11/10 @

Recommend: 1 unit.

James Wade Vs Phil Taylor.

Impressive wins for both men in Bournemouth last week, but Wade has to do it week in, week out to convince me he’s finding any kind of form. Taylor has a big advantage in the head-to-head in the Premier League, especially in the group format. Taylor will want to keep his undefeated run going and he’ll want to do it in style.

Phil Taylor -2.5 legs to beat James Wade: 4/6 @

Recommend: 2 units.

Wes Newton Vs Adrian Lewis.

Is anyone excited about this? No? It’s the bottom of the league clash and I think there’s no shock that both men are bottom of the league. Newton might be finding his feet in the Premier League, but Lewis is an old hand at it and nearly always starts slowly in this format. No win for either man, one point for Newton thanks to his draw last week.

Adrian Lewis to score most 180s Vs Wes Newton: Evens @

Recommend: 1.5 units.

Simon Whitlock Vs Raymond van Barneveld:

Both men played some great darts last week, but just didn’t get the rub of the green when it came down to the doubles. They know each other well, and Whitlock seems to have the advantage when it comes to this format. However, Barney is playing well and shouldn’t be written off. It’s going to be tight, could go either way, and I’d hate to pick a winner at the current prices.

Over 11.5 legs in Whitlock Vs Van Barneveld match: 11/10 @

Recommend: 1.5 units.