Week nine takes us to the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff for “Judgement Night” where we say goodbye to Jelle Klaasen and Kim Huybrechts. In fact it feel’s like “Judgement Night” was last week!
I have tipped four edge multipes so far for the Premier League and each time one leg let me down, but no harm done as I got my stake back. I have to get at least one right and I think week nine is the night!
2/2 winning tips last week and it’s looking like a profitable months for darts for March regardless of what happens on Thursday night. It’s just the one tip tonight as I have lost my stats for each week and it’s too time consuming to re do them, so there will be no most 180 lays for week nine.
Peter Wright v Kim Huybrechts
Peter beat MvG at the weekend 6:3 to win his second ET event this year and poor old Kim hasn’t won a match at all in this year’s Premier League campaign. Peter is a too short in price to back to win in a single, but he is a good “banker” for a multiple.
Phil Taylor v Jelle Klaasen
I was very impressed with Phil Taylor last week when he beat Peter Wright, where as Jelle has under performed this year. So I have to side with the old maestro himself here.
Gary Anderson v Adrian Lewis
Adrian has been playing better recently but I feel that Gary is far too superior in every department and should come out on top here.
Raymond van Barneveld v James Wade
Barney has beaten both Michael and Gary over the last two weeks so he is probably due a bad match! But I will sit this match out as there are more predictable matches to get stuck into.
Michael van Gerwen v Dave Chisnall
Micheal has the magic sign over Dave Chisnall as he has won their last 17 matches! There isn’t anything about Dave’s game that convinces me that he can win the final match of the night.
Edge Win Accumulator
(Money back if 1 legs lets you down)
5/4 (2.25) Betfair Sportsbook