Premier League Darts: Week 11 Preview

Gary Anderson and Peter Wright face a huge night of Darts as they play twice when the Premier League Darts roadshow rolls into the Echo Arena in Liverpool.

Gary Anderson vs Dave Chisnall

Chisnall sits 6 points behind the top 4 and is hoping his home crowd can help him maintain his good form saying: ”it’s special, its probably one of my favourite places to go to”.

Anderson meanwhile sits 2 points off the play-offs and will need strong results against Chisnall and Wright to bounce back from his defeat to Adrian Lewis last week.

Michael Van Gerwen vs Peter Wright

Peter Wright is expecting a tough night but believes big results are vital to his campaign saying:” its a big night for me, every point is vital and you can’t relax”.

Van Gerwen meanwhile is top of the table and will be hoping to beat Wright to solidify his status as top dog and move one step closer to winning the league phase.

Adrian Lewis vs Raymond Van Barneveld

Lewis sits 2 points behind the top four after winning the last four out of 5 matches and said before the game:”everyone knows what’s at stake and everybody’s fighting for their life really”.

Van Barneveld on the other hand, believes he’s playing well and he refuses to give up saying:” I’m playing well and to win five out of six games is amazing. I’m still there and I’m not giving up”.

Phil Taylor vs James Wade

Taylor currently sits in the play-off places and will be hoping to condemn Wade to another defeat to solidify his place in the top four to secure his spot at the O2.

Wade the 2009 champion, has dropped off in recent weeks after consecutive defeats to Barneveld and needs to beat the 16x world champion to have any hope of making the top four.

Peter Wright vs Gary Anderson

Wright who sits 2nd in the standings will be hoping to pick up two wins from two in his attempt to dethrone MVG from the top spot in his attempt to win the league phase for the first time.

Anderson meanwhile will be looking for consecutive wins in order to break into the top four and maintain that spot so he can fight it out at the O2 to be crowned champion.