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22.04.21 10:48

Premier League Darts – Thursday’s 14/1 Acca


It’s Judgement Night in the darts Premier League, but there will be very little to judge inside the Marshall Arena.

10 have already tumbled into 8, as Glen Durrant and Rob Cross are booted out of the bottom of the standings.

But there is still plenty to play for for the other eight players jostling for position!

Let’s take a look at our tasty 14/1 acca for Thursday night’s action!

Jose De Sousa most 180s v Peter Wright

This opening leg of the acca looks like a dead cert.

With Peter Wright’s darts laying down, “Snakebite” is often forced to plump for 19s on his second or third visit.

Jose De Sousa is a 180 machine.

He’s hit 43 maximums in the league so far to Wright’s 17, averaging over five per match, and should walk this one in a fixture that is expected to have legs in it.

Nathan Aspinall to beat Gary Anderson

Aspinall is proving very hard to beat in the Premier League.

Last year’s finalist is unbeaten since week two and holds an impressive checkout percentage of 52% for the tournament so far.

Anderson has won one of his last four – against the eliminated Rob Cross – and could get stung by the “Asp” here.

Aspinall in the outright market is dripping in value at 11/8.

Dimitri van den Bergh v James Wade draw

After receiving a last-minute invite to the Premier League, former winner James Wade is turning on the heat.

“The Machine” has won four of his last five and has edged into the top four in the standings.

Dancing Dimitri is playing very well, topping the table winning five of his eight matches, but would arguably settle for a point against the composed Wade.

A 6-6 draw is a meaty 7/2 but it’s a nice buffer at the end of the acca.

Please note that all odds are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.

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