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20.04.21 10:42

Premier League Darts – Tuesday’s 10/1 Acca


We’re edging closer and closer to Thursday’s Judgement Night in the 2021 Premier League as the scrap for survival continues between the world’s best arra’smiths.

Glen Durrant is all but confirmed to face the chop, with another due to be sucked into the relegation spots over the next few days.

Anyone can beat anyone in this league, with no player currently owning more than a 50% win rate over six matches.

We’ve got another tasty acca for you here for Tuesday’s matches spitting out a lovely 10/1 price.

Check out the individual legs here…

Jose De Sousa to hit over 3.5 180s

De Sousa has now hit 31 180s in six matches, averaging over five per match in his debut season.

He’s playing Durrant on Tuesday which may limit the number of legs he is forced to contest, but we think the big Portuguese is capable of landing at least four maximums.

4/6 is a nice little opener on this three-fold acca and De Sousa looks in good enough form to get it over the line.

Dimitri van den Bergh to beat Rob Cross

Van den Bergh is the current table-topper losing just one of his six Premier League encounters.

His power-scoring is impressive leading the 140+ hitting and second in the maximum race.

Cross is still blowing hot and cold and we reckon the dancing Belgian has his number.

4/5 in the outright win market is a solid option.

Nathan Aspinall -2.5 handicap v Jonny Clayton

At 5/2 this is the longest leg of the acca, but we think Clayton may just have hit his ceiling too early.

He’s been playing some incredible darts in 2021, but Aspinall is a fighter and will jump on any lose darts from the Masters champion.

Clayton has lost two of his last three with Aspinall going unbeaten in four and an Aspinall win of 7-4 or better looks good for a 5/2 shot.

A lot of these legs are determined by the finest of margins and we fancy the bottle of the “Asp” to get us over the line.

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

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