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Premier League Darts Night 6: Price, MVG, Aspinall & Smith to prevail in 11/2 four-fold

The latest instalment of the 2023 darting roadshow takes place in Liverpool on Thursday and we’ve selected a four-fold that may just tickle your fancy…

Premier League Darts Four-fold:

Gerwyn Price to beat Peter Wright
Michael van Gerwen to beat Jonny Clayton
Nathan Aspinall to beat Chris Dobey
Michael Smith to beat Dimitri van den Bergh
Price – 11/2

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Quarter-Final One
Gerwyn Price (4/6) v Peter Wright (6/5)

Peter Wright (4/6) couldn’t have endured a more frustrating start to the 2023 Premier League having failed to register a single victory to date.

His task of ending that barren run on night six appears daunting to say the least, with world number one Gerwyn Price (6/5) lying in wait hoping to cement his spot in the top four.

The Welshman has made a more than satisfactory start to the campaign, registering his first nightly triumph in Wales a couple of weeks ago, and will be confident of edging himself further up the table over the coming weeks.

For Wright, who sits bottom of the table, it’s not as though he has been performing too poorly – he’s averaged nigh on 100 in a couple of his first round defeats thus far – but a lack of prowess with his finishing has proven to cost him dearly.

‘Snakebite’ did enjoy a run to round six of the UK Open last weekend before succumbing to defeat against Richie Burnett, and whilst that may have given him a lift heading into Liverpool on Thursday, ‘The Iceman’, you’d expect, should prove to have a tad too much for him.

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Quarter-Final Two
Michael van Gerwen (2/5) v Jonny Clayton (2/1)

11/8 outright favourite MVG heads to Merseyside with his eyes fixed on a Premier League hat-trick having reigned supreme in each of the last two nights of action.

The Dutchman’s 6-3 final success over this week’s opponent Jonny Clayton moved him six points clear at the summit of the table after making a relatively lacklustre start to the campaign.

You can question whether Clayton (2/1) could capitalise upon any chinks within the Green Machine’s armour after he was remarkably beaten by 250/1 shot Andrew Gilding in the final of the UK Open in Minehead on Sunday.

It was one of the biggest surprises in modern day darting history, and one that could derail MvG’s impressive run of Premier League form.

However, more often than not, the three-time world champion does bounce back from such setbacks, and that should be the case on night six, despite Clayton - the 2021 champion – showing clear signs of improvement over the past couple of weeks.

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Quarter-Final Three
Chris Dobey (11/10) v Nathan Aspinall (8/11)

The last time these pair squared off on the oche was on night one of the competition, an evening that saw 11/10 hope Dobey notch up a victory en-route to claiming the £10,000 winners bonus.

It represented a dream start to the North East native’s maiden showing on the big stage, although he’s found it a little more difficult to shine under the bright lights since.

In fact, he’s been eliminated at the quarter-final stage of the past four nights of action, and knows he has it all to do against the most prolific 180 hitter of the 2023 staging of the tournament to date, Nathan Aspinall.

The Asp, 8/11 to win the game, is yet to taste his first nightly victory, but comes into this clash in third place in the table, having won five matches thus far as well as reaching the last eight of the UK Open.

There should be fireworks in this one given both are relatively prolific big treble hitters, and whilst it may be a close fixture to call, Aspinall’s greater experience on the big stage could just carry him over the line.

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Quarter-Final Four
Michael Smith (8/13) v Dimitri van den Bergh (13/10)

Dimitri van den Bergh will certainly have his backers in this one as he takes to the oche as the 13/10 outsider against an opponent who hasn’t quite been at his best since romping to the world title in January.

Bully Boy, despite sitting in second place, has been inconsistent since his sensational Ally Pally triumph at the turn of the year, and things didn’t quite click into gear in Minehead for him either, as he succumbed to a second round loss at the hands of Luke Humphries.

Whilst there is no disgrace in being ousted by a genuine world top five player, it won’t have helped Smith’s confidence as he looks to find the consistency that landed him Grand Slam and World Championship success during the winter.

Still, van den Bergh will need no reminding of the St Helens’ throwers quality, with the Belgian on the wrong end of a 6-4 scoreline – a game in which Smith scored a stunning 109 three-dart average in their meeting in Glasgow last month.

Dancing Dimitri has produced his own share of blockbuster performances in the Premier League too, including a 105 average against Dobey just seven days ago, and whilst he will quietly fancy his chances of upstaging Smith in Liverpool, the odds-on 8/13 favourite is our pick to complete a Belgian double. 

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