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Premier League Darts: 180s and high checkouts, our 33/1 acca has it all

| 15.02.2017

Premier League Darts returns to our screens for Week Three, where Leeds’ first direct arena will play host to some of the finest players on the PDC circuit right now.

And after last week’s downfall, we feel we owe you this time out, so we’ve asked our traders to price up a 33/1 five-fold which is sure to tickle your fancy!

Here are our selections…

Gary Anderson to hit over 3.5 180s

The Flying Scotsman is beginning to find his rhythm now after taking a point from Michael van Gerwen in Week One and breezing past Jelle Klassen last time out.

And up next is a clash with Peter Wright, who is sure to push him all the way.

That means we can expect plenty of legs, which should allow Anderson the opportunity to smash this line.

Adrian Lewis to beat James Wade

Jackpot wasn’t messing about last week, demolishing Dave Chisnall 7-2 after a disappointing opening night which saw him lose to Raymond van Barneveld.

But even then he flew out the traps, taking a 4-1 lead against RVB.

Yes, Wade is unbeaten thus far. But Lewis has won the last three meetings between this pair in the Premier League, and has lost just one of the last eight meetings between them in all events.

Phil Taylor v Raymond van Barneveld – highest checkout over 121.5

Taylor has said himself that he can’t keep up with the bigger players in this tournament over long formats.

But the Premier League is by no means a long format, and in Barney, he’s up against another veteran of the game.

This pair have put on plenty of epic displays for us in the past, and we’re expecting the same again here.

Both have a habit of raising the roof with huge finishes, and we wouldn’t be surprised if we saw another this week.

Michael van Gerwen v Jelle Klassen – Under 9.5 legs

Welcome back to the Premier League, Jelle.

The Cobra lost 7-4 to the world number three in Week One, 7-2 to the world number two in Week Two, and now he faces the world number one who’s beaten him in eight consecutive matches.

That includes a 10-3 win in the European Championships last October.

MVG almost pulled off a remarkable whitewash over Peter Wright last week. The fact he didn’t do it makes it all the more likely for him to win 7-0 this time out.

Sorry, Jelle!

Kim Huybrechts to beat Dave Chisnall

Chizzy is yet to pick up a point this year, after losing to Taylor and Lewis.

And while many expected Huybrechts to be an easy opponent to face, he’s so far proved us wrong, narrowly losing out to Wade before sharing the points with Barney.

He’s more than capable of taking two points off a downbeat Chisnall, who’s only picked up five legs so far.

To be honest, we’re surprised the Belgian is the 6/4 outsider here.

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



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.