Premier League Darts Betting Tips – Night 4

Premier League Darts Betting Tips – Night 4

Night 4 of the Premier League season takes the eight top-level arrowsmiths to Newcastle’s Utilita Arena.

The action gets underway at (19:10) on Thursday night and Michael van Gerwen is looking to make it a hat-trick of weekly wins after victories in Glasgow and Berlin. 

  • Peter Wright to beat Luke Littler 
  • Nathan Aspinall to beat Michael Smith 
  • Gerwyn Price to beat Michael van Gerwen

Price Right To Back Snakebite Win

Peter Wright is one of two players yet to collect a point in this year’s Premier League but that may change on Night 4 in Newcastle. Snakebite has been badly out of sorts for the last 12 months, but the two-time world champion has had plenty of peaks and troughs in his career and there looks to be an upturn in the Scot’s fortunes incoming. 

Wright reached the semi-finals of the Players Championship 4 event on Tuesday and Snakebite averaged 98.54 in a 7-6 last-four loss to Chris Dobey.

The Scot could easily have lifted the title in Leicester and hit the headlines, but his excellent effort may have slipped under the radar. 

Luke Littler has been fantastic since bursting onto the darting scene at the World Championship, but he was beaten by James Wade in round one of the Players Championship on Tuesday and Snakebite looks excellent value at 3/1. 


Asp Can Break Quarter-Final Duck 

Nathan Aspinall is the second arrowmsmith yet to win a Premier League match this term but the Asp can put that right against Michael Smith. 

The Stockport thrower is averaging 93.27 across his ten matches on the Pro Tour this season, and while that is short of Aspinall’s top level, they are certainly not awful numbers. 

The Asp looked almost unbeatable in the opening four legs of his clash with Van Gerwen in Berlin, but the former UK Open champion missed a hatful of doubles and let victory slip away. 

Aspinall averaged 97.13 when losing out to an incredible Luke Humphries performance in Glasgow last week and a repeat of that effort could be too much for an inconsistent Bully Boy. 


Iceman Can Freeze Out MVG 

Van Gerwen has two nightly Premier League titles to his name this season and the Green Machine sits at the top of the table. However, Littler missed match darts to beat MVG in Berlin and Humphries completely outplayed Van Gerwen in last week’s final in Glasgow, but he was also unable to convert his chances. 

Consistency certainly is the name of MVG’s game at the moment and that could leave the Dutchman vulnerable to Gerwyn Price. 



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