We recall five of the greatest Premier League Darts finals to have taken place across the past two decades.
It's a competition that is littered with history, astronomical averages and nine-dart legs - oh, and some quite sensational Dutch dominance!
Michael van Gerwen is the record holder for the most victories in the event, having reigned supreme on seven occasions. In fact, he's reached the final in nine of his 11 appearances to date, and is bidding to make it 10 from 12 in 2024.
But do any of his recent successes make our top five list of great Premier League finals?
Of course they do... check them out below!
The 2010 final at Wembley Arena was one of the most incredible darting spectacles of all time.
Phil Taylor, in his pomp and the most dominant sportsman on the planet, conjured two nine-dart finishes on his way to beating James Wade 10-8.
Wade played well against The Power, but Taylor averaged a remarkable 111.67 to win a fifth Premier League title.
Taylor is the only player in Premier League history to produce a nine-dart finish in the final.
It was 7-7 in legs when Taylor delivered his second nine-darter, and ultimately proved decisive in the late swing of momentum which captured 'The Power' the title.
By 2013, the rivalry between Van Gerwen and Taylor was intensifying - the Dutchman arriving on the scene as a generational talent ready to dethrone the king of arrers.
The pair met in the Premier League final at the O2 Arena and it was a ding-dong affair.
Taylor had the superior three-dart average (104.10 to Van Gerwen's 103.29), but Mighty Mike held his nerve at key moments to edge over the line 10-8 and become Premier League champion for the first time.
Peter Wright turned up for the 2017 final at the O2 knowing that he needed to play extremely well to stop defending champion Van Gerwen retaining the Premier League crown.
Wright dug deep to deliver a 101.06 average - Snakebite gave everything he had - but Van Gerwen was in his golden period of apparent invincibility and the Dutch darting dynamo held his nerve in a final-leg decider.
The 2018 final was one-sided, but is memorable for the levels reached by Van Gerwen.
The former world number one had a staggering average of 112.37 in the final, crushing Michael Smith 11-4.
There were 40 180s hit on playoffs night at the O2 Arena - during the semi-finals and final - and 16 of them were delivered by Van Gerwen.
It was a night when it seemed inevitable that he would dominate darts for years to come.
When Van Gerwen found himself in yet another final in 2022 - he has reached the last two of this competition nine times - he probably expected an easy ride against surprise finalist Joe Cullen.
RockStar was not prepared to surrender, though, and pushed his illustrious opponent all the way to a final-leg decider.
The 2022 event was the first Premier League final to be played overseas - at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin - and the German crowd were treated to a classic.
Cullen missed a dart at double 16 which would have won him the title.
He would have become the third debutant in a row to win the title at their first attempt, following victories for Glen Durrant and Jonny Clayton. Cullen missed, though, and Van Gerwen pounced.
|Michael van Gerwen beat Gerwyn Price 11-5
|Michael van Gerwen beat Joe Cullen 11-10
|Jonny Clayton beat Jose de Sousa 11-5
|Glen Durrant beat Nathan Aspinall 11-8
|Michael van Gerwen beat Rob Cross 11-5
|Michael van Gerwen beat Michael Smith 11-4
|Michael van Gerwen beat Peter Wright 11-10
|Michael van Gerwen beat Phil Taylor 11-3
|Gary Anderson beat Michael van Gerwen 11-7
|Raymond van Barneveld beat Michael van Gerwen 10-6
|Michael van Gerwen beat Phil Taylor 10-8
|Phil Taylor beat Simon Whitlock 10-7
|Gary Anderson beat Adrian Lewis 10-4
|Phil Taylor beat James Wade 10-8
|James Wade beat Mervyn King 13-8
|Phil Taylor beat James Wade 16-8
|Phil Taylor beat Terry Jenkins 16-6
|Phil Taylor beat Roland Scholten 16-6
|Phil Taylor beat Colin Lloyd 16-4